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Hexagon SF Magazine, Issue 2

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Hexagon Speculative Fiction Magazine, Issue 2/Fall 2020
Editor JW Stebner

Taylor Rae - Benjamin Buckley's Impossible Menagerie
Deborah L. Davitt - On the Donor List
C. M. Fields - Memory Momentum
L Chan - The Last Trophy of Hunter Hammerson
Feng Gooi - Memories Taste Best When Marinated With Sadness

Cover by Goran Gligović
ebook, 41 pages
Published September 1st 2020 by Hexagon Speculative Fiction Magazine
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Aug 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
I received this early for my previous review. I believe it will be available on Hexagon's website on 9/1. It was of similar quality as issue one, with some noticeable improvements. Let's get into the stories, I'll try to avoid any spoilers.

Benjamin Buckley's Impossible Menagerie - Taylor Rae (Flash Fiction) - A quick story that could have been fun, but went pretty dark. It has some really neat moments and left you wondering what was going to happen. Intriguing flash fiction, I would look for fur
Marvin Lee
Sep 05, 2020 rated it liked it
A solid issue for the magazine's second run.

My favorite story for this issue was Memories Taste Better When Marinated With Sadness by Feng Gooi. Its about a bartender who instead of selling drinks sells the bottled sadness of people's memories. As she tries changing the minds of the rich and ruling class about helping the homeless and refugees who live right next to them. They revel in the almost euphoric memories but otherwise don't care enough to actually change the status quo.

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