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The Speculative Edge, Issue 6, January 2013

The Speculative Edge Issue January Our January issue features the winning poems from our first annual Winter Poetry Contest We have some great short stories including our first novelette We also interview fantasy author Robert VS Redic

  • Title: The Speculative Edge, Issue 6, January 2013
  • Author: Jeffrey Park Russell Linton George Wilhite Ryan Priest Eric Bonholtzer ChrisRiley David Gill William Weyr
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Our January issue features the winning poems from our first annual Winter Poetry Contest We have some great short stories including our first novelette We also interview fantasy author Robert VS Redick about completing The Chathrand Voyage and have a 2013 Film Forecast from Movieologist John Carney Don t miss this milestone issue

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