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Kzine Issue 21

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Kzine is a kindle magazine of original SF, Fantasy, Horror and Crime short stories. This issue has stories by Matthew Lyons, Lars H. Hoffmann, Jamie McNabb, J.H. Zech, Geoege Sandison, and Anne E. Johnson.
Published by: Kimota Publishing | Publication date: 05/22/2018
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 94 pages

Compelling Science Fiction Issue 5

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Compelling Science Fiction is a magazine full of stories that are entertaining, inspiring, and extremely well thought out. Our stories tend to lean toward what is referred to as 'hard' science fiction, in the sense that we prefer stories that are self-consistent, scientifically plausible, and technically detailed when necessary. This issue of Compelling Science Fiction contains five excellent stories:1. "Tav", a complex near-future story about an augmented reality company, and about how a man reacts to a secret entrusted to him by his long-time friend and business partner. This knowledge becomes a test of his very sense of self (9250 words).2. "Skychildren", a story about a secret commune in the asteroid belt full of illegally genetically engineered humans (5677 words).3. "X&Y", a social story about how society copes when a madman creates a virus that targets women (5930 words).4. "Entangled," a space story about quantum entanglement and sending information through time (5800 words).5. "White Dust," a reprint (previously published in Asimov's Science Fiction magazine) exploring the concept of self when humans can be easily copied and sent over large distances (5800 words).
Publication date: 01/31/2017
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 119 pages

Compelling Science Fiction Issue (12 Book Series)

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From Book 1: Compelling Science Fiction is a magazine created by people who believe that science fiction is important. Science fiction expands the mind and drives progress through inspiration. Our goal is to find and deliver great science fiction stories that are entertaining, inspiring, and extremely well thought out. Our stories tend to lean toward what is referred to as 'hard' science fiction, in the sense that we prefer stories that are self-consistent, scientifically plausible, and technically detailed when necessary. This first issue of Compelling Science Fiction contains five excellent stories: 1. Lawrence Buentello's "Gaia's Children," an intense tale about planetary colonization. 2. Aaron Wright's "Reflection," which gives a glimpse into the life of a sentient hospital. 3. "Mean and Clean" by Marie DesJardin, a lighthearted look at a unique alien life-form. 4. "Opportunities for Lost Children" by James Beamon, an interesting take on mind transference. 5. "the Art of Failure" by Robert Dawson, an exhilarating first contact situation with a clever resolution.
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