Meet the Neighbors 2

By on Friday, July 24th, 2009

Last time we showcased some science fiction and irrealism. This time we have fiction and non-fiction for your reading enjoyment.

“The Sunlight of a Suggestion” by Michael Milburn. Brink Magazine

“The Lord and Roosevelt Law” by Joey Poole. Clapboard House

“Boy on Fire” by Scott Gould. Blood Orange Review

Meet the Neighbors

By on Friday, March 27th, 2009

Periodically we will be highlighting works from other online journals that we enjoy. Here are a couple of stories to start us off.

“Wake Up Call” by Leslie Brown. Strange Horizons

Strange Horizons is an online magazine dedicated to publishing speculative fiction. In their own words: “[Speculative fiction is] important to the world. These stories make us think. They critique society. They offer alternatives. They give us a vision of the future—and warn us of the potential dangers therein. They help us understand our past. They are full of beauty, and terror, and delight.”

“The Boatman’s Home” by Shome Dasgupta. Café Irreal

Café Irreal. A journal about irreality. Strange and wonderful.