September-October Table of Contents

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FICTION

attic-300Original Flash Fiction:
The Attic of Memories

by Sunil Patel

A bucket list with a life of its own.

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flowers-300Original Flash Fiction:
I Miss Flowers

by Alexandra Grunberg

When living forever isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.

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elvis-300Short Story:
Elvis has Left the Building

by Dario Ciriello

The King was only the opening act.

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ink-300wShort Story:
Cartographer’s Ink

by Beth Cato

Conquering a map, literally.

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ro-sham-bot-300Flash Fiction:
Ro-Sham-Bot

by Effie Seiberg

What do you do with an old, obsolete robot’s heart?

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REVIEWS & COMMENTARY

fan-200Reviews: 
Reviews: The Fan: Virgin Ghosts, Virgin Priestesses, and Virgin Vampires

by Carole McDonnell

In this month’s column, Carole McDonnell reviews 
the American film A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, the Korean series Oh My Ghostess!, the 2012 film Chanthaly directed by Mattie Do, the first female Laotian horror film maker, and Abengoni, Charles Saunders African-inspired sword and sorcery novel.

adam-200Reviews:
The Magic Lantern: 
Erasing the Origins

by Adam-Troy Castro

Adam-Troy Castro uses the Western as a model for what should and shouldn’t be done to cope with the modern comic book movie epidemic. Err. Renaissance! Full disclosure: A-T C writes comics, as well as other things, and his opinions are fascinating. 

area51-200Reviews:
Area 51 1/2
September-October 2015

by Steven Sawicki

In this issue our resident Alien reviews novels by John Scalzi, Adam Christopher, John C. Wright, short fiction by Kelly Link, and the animated short THE OCEANMAKER, written and directed by Lucas Martell.
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gillian-200Reviews:
New & Noteworthy Short Genre Fiction: 
September-October 2015

by Gillian Daniels

Gillian  reviews stories by C.S.E. Cooney, Jei D. Marcade, Arie Coleman, Sofia Samatar, and Charlie Jane Anders.

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