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Cor. Swag.


Today, postie brought me the amalgamated British Fantasy Society Journal. The three magazines – Prism, Dark Horizons and New Horizons – are now a single hardback book. And very smart it looks too. See:

And what’s this on page 22? Why, it’s a story by Yours Truly: ‘Barker’, an alt history about the Space Race.

And while I’m at it: M-Brane SF Quarterly #1 is also now available in the UK:

With two of my stories in it: ‘Through the Eye of a Needle’ and ‘Human Resources’.

Go on, you know you want a copy…

9 thoughts on “Cor. Swag.

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  2. I don’t mind admitting when I’m being daft, and in regards to trying to track down where I could get a copy of this I am daft indeed. I’ve clicked through to the website and looked around but I’m not seeing anything as simple as “If you want this book, click here and give us money”.

    • Unfortunately, you have to be a member of the British Fantasy Society to receive a copy of the journal. It’s worth joining though, even if you’re not British 🙂

      M-Brane SF Quarterly #1 is readily available in the US from Amazon, although Book Depository do free shipping worldwide.

      • So…does that mean if you join the society you automatically get that BFS Journal Winter 2010 or is that an additional cost? The reason I am asking is because the “real time review” has me really interested in this collection.

  3. The journal is free to members, and takes the place of the three magazines previously sent to members: Prism, Dark Horizons and New Horizons (they now form the journal’s contents).

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