Areh by Jeffrey Kinsey, Mia Bergeron and Amelia Dregiewicz
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Areh by Jeffrey Kinsey, Mia Bergeron and Amelia Dregiewicz

An ancient religion grotesquely modernized, The Purpose, deifies children for their deformities—a beautiful girl with three arms, a brave boy with one eye… the exceptional list goes on. Painted and costumed, they are worshiped on stage. Shy and exposed, they are ridiculed in the streets, often by the same faces. Glorious or repulsive? Gods or … Continue reading

I Want Superpowers by Steven Bereznai
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I Want Superpowers by Steven Bereznai

The Genetic Wars that turned most of the planet into a wasteland are over. The so-called “dregs” (short for “DNA regulars”) and superpowered “Supergenics” now live separately from each other: the Supergenics in the shiny towers of Jupitar City, the dregs across the river in the squat concrete buildings of the boroughs. But Supergenic children … Continue reading

Ask an Author – Steven B Williams
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Ask an Author – Steven B Williams

Author of the fantastic Heartsnare (reviewed here), author Steven B Williams dropped in for a chat to discuss fantasy, Yorkshire, magic and future plans.   Firstly – please tell us a little about yourself. Who is Steven B. Williams? I’m a thirty year-old Bradford-born queer lad. I like tea and cats and books. When I’m not … Continue reading

Ace of Spiders by Stefan Mohamed
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Ace of Spiders by Stefan Mohamed

  Stanly is frustrated. Having set himself up as London’s protector, he’s finding that the everyday practicalities of superheroism are challenging at best, and downright tedious at worst. So it’s almost a relief when an attempt is made on his life and Stanly finds himself rushing headlong into a twisted adventure, with enemies new and … Continue reading