[PDF / Epub] ✑ Deep Magic August 2016 ☄ Jeremy Whitted – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk


Deep Magic August 2016 DEEP MAGIC Is A Bi Monthly Electronic Magazine That Publishes Clean Short Fiction In The Fantasy And Science Fiction Genres Epic, Paranormal, Steampunk, Etc Our Issues Are Also Filled With Author Interviews, Art Features, Book Reviews And Tips For Writers This Month, We Feature An Exclusive Interview With Rysa Walker On Her First Graphic Novel Based On Her Bestselling Series Time Travel Series, The Chronos Files We Also Share Some Sage Advice On Worldbuilding From USA Today Bestselling Author Shannon Mayer We Also Include Short Stories From Fantasy Legend Eldon Thompson Thorns , John D Brown From The Clay Of His Heart , And A Sci Fi Story From Eleanor Wood Her Glimmering Facade We Also Feature Stories This Month By Stephen S Power Catskill Dragon , Charity Tahmaseb S Fairy Tale Twist Gretel And Hansel , And Beth Powers Claimed By The Sea And Along With An Interview Of Our Amazing Cover Artist, We Ll Also Be Publishing An Extended Sample Of Josi Russell S Excellent Sci Fi Novel Caretaker Once You Ve Read It, You Ll Want To Purchase The Rest On If You Want To Read Gripping Stories That Don T Rely On Sex, Swearing, And Graphic Violence You Ve Come To The Right Place


10 thoughts on “Deep Magic August 2016

  1. says:

    One of the things I love about publishing Deep Magic is finding new authors There is so much talent out there We get over 200 stories submitted each month and only pick the gems to publish We re also able to feature established writers that I ve read before For example, I liked John D Browns novel Servant The Dark God published originally by TOR and when I reached out to John about Deep Magic, he submitted a short story he d done that had some good romance and a Golem I also knew Eldon Thompson from the past and liked his Roman era fantasy story about betrayal called Thorns It had a good Virtus plot, which appealed to me.But it was the new authors that really pleased me We ve all heard the story of Hansel and Gretel but what if the two children had grown up a bit and their experience with the witch had continued to haunt them I loved Charity Tahmaseb s continuation of that classic fairy tell and it gripped my heart The fantasy story Claimed by the Sea by Beth Powers was also special to me It was full of tension and subtle backstory and the enemy of the story wasn t what I supposed and neither was the heroine Don t you love a story that keeps you guessing Then we also nabbed Stephen S Power on the eve before his debut fantasy novel was published and featured The Catskill Dragon an interesting tale as explained by letters between people It was a lot of fun And then Eleanor Wood surprised me with Her Glimmering Facade I was expecting a sort o...


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    This edition delivers on the promise of the previous taster edition In theory, there was an earlier run of this magazine, but I wasn t reading speculative short fiction at that point so missed out on it then Thus I am taking the reboot editions as my guide in terms of how I enjoy this magazine.There is a proliferation of speculative short fiction markets and as a lover of short fiction, I read as much as possible though not necessarily consistently Even in what is a relatively crowded space, this magazine seems to be defining its own niche and providing a new voice to the conversation that is short speculative fiction.So far, I haven t been particularly enthralled by any of the non fiction, though they do seem able to attract quite big names for these articles.Short Fiction Perfect for me Her Glimmering Facade by Eleanor R Wood science fiction The truth behind a perfect life is revealed when a beloved aunt disappears Bittersweet tale, with an interesting philosophical angle.Enjoyable, worked for me The Catskill Dragon by Stephen S Power science fiction An epistolary tale of a legendary hunter of dragons A pretty str...


  3. says:

    An amazing collection of SF F short stories For fans of both who may not have time to always delve into a thousand plus page novel, this offers some great, one sitting tales I m not usually a fan of short stories since they either feel very abrupt, or the ends are depressing Deep Magic doesn t have either problem It starts out with the brilliant Stephen S Power s The Catskill Dragon that is part fantasy, part horror, part science fiction, and completely awesome In an alternate America during the 1860s, dragons are real An epistolary tale that follows the disappearance of Cassaway Kenger, a man who d made hunting and studying dragons his life work We soon discover the final dragon he went to hunt was not at all what he expected I could not stop reading this one Another favorite, though all were great, was John D Brown s From the Clay of His Heart A woman ha...


  4. says:

    I love the premise, and there s always a few gems in the stories Some day I ll read the articles.


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