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GUD Issue 5--is ALIVE! :D



What's not to love???

Issue 5

... WRAPS A SCIENTIFIC CORE WITH OUR MOST ECLECTIC SELECTION TO DATE—including two "mini graphic novels", and a script that will have you bubbling over with mirth.

We open with Rose Lemberg's "Imperfect Verse", a tale of poetry, deception, and warring gods; then span the years to Andrew N. Tisbert's "Getting Yourself On", which sees mankind taken to the stars but suffering new forms of wage-slavery.

There's science fiction that stretches to the fantastic, science that once stretched the fantastic and has now become brilliantly pervasive, and dollops of science in otherwise mundane lives (see "The Prettiest Crayon in the Box").

Of course, we've got fantasy, psychological horror, humor and drama; poetry serious, sublime, and satirical; and art that stretches from the real, to the surreal, to the violently semi-abstract.

read some teasers! or just buy it, hey? ;)

Comments

blueblindbee
Feb. 8th, 2010 04:31 am (UTC)
He mainly harped on http://www.elimae.com/ (Mostly, I guess, because he was published in it)

And he explained discovering new ones by going through its links which I think are all free, online mags.

WHO DAT! :D (Be glad you don't live down here btw. I think it's dangerous to go outside pretty much everywhere. haha)
kaolinfire
Feb. 8th, 2010 04:41 am (UTC)
:HEH: Oh, I'm glad I don't live there. I lived near enough, long enough; did Mardi Gras in Galveston once (and saw my first fresh human brains spilled on the ground). Visited N'Orleans once or twice. :)

Kind of surprised he'd mention finding magazines any way other than through Duotrope, though.
blueblindbee
Feb. 8th, 2010 04:58 am (UTC)
haha I can believe that!

- huh, Come to think of it, yeah that seems like an obvious choice. *shrug*

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