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Welcome to issue 114 of NIGHTMARE! We have original short fiction from Erica Ruppert ("The Golden Hour") and R.L. Meza ("The First Year"). Our Horror Lab originals include a flash story ("Skins") from Pedro Iniguez and a poem ("Said the Carrion to the Corvus") from Woody Dismukes. We also have the latest installment of our column on horror, "The H Word," plus author spotlights with our authors, and a book review from Adam-Troy Castro.[Ebook Permalink]
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Welcome to issue 142 of LIGHTSPEED! Once upon a time, television viewers enjoyed the thrilling investigations, fast cars, and casual lifestyle of Magnum, PI. This month, we're delighted to offer you Shiv Ramdas' new fantasy novelette, "Bhatia, PI," which features a thrilling investigation, fast lies, and a lifestyle not so much casual as "totally out of cash." If you're looking for a few good laughs, we think Bhatia has you covered. Our other original fantasy works include Maria Dong's new story "Nine Tails of a Soap Empire"-a tale of obsession and power that will make you re-think the bubbles beside your sink. Nicole D. Sconiers returns to our pages with a flash piece called "Hood Alchemy," a rumination on the way ordinary objects can change us-even without magic. Our fantasy reprint is "All the Time We've Left to Spend" by Alyssa Wong. Our SF shorts include a scholarly essay from beyond the apocalypse: "An Exegesis of the Socioreligious Ramifications of the Collection of Peribi," by Daniel David Froid. If you've ever caved and bought your kid a fast food meal just because of the toys, this story might have extra resonance. In her new story "The Historiography of Loss," Julianna Baggott wonders what might happen if we could recreate the past, and what we might learn if we did. Merc Fenn Wolfmoor contributes a flash story, "The Heaven That They Never Knew," and our SF reprint is "Parables of Infinity," by Robert Reed. The nonfiction team has brought us spotlight interviews with our authors and some reviews of terrific new books. Our ebook readers will get a sneak peak of Maurice Broaddus's new novel, SWEEP OF STARS.
Thoughtfully she looked down at the book in her hands. After all this trouble to get hold of it, she was just a little curious about what great secrets of necromancy might be revealed within. Raising armies of the dead? Invoking ghosts? How to unnaturally extend your life for thousands of years?