From Space and Time #132: “Harlot’s Gate”

“Harlot’s Gate” by Glynn Owen Barrass is horrible in a good way. The monster is wonderfully hideous, the protagonist is authentic and I enjoyed the historical details that give this piece a solid sense of time. It was the perfect companion to my Saturday morning coffee.

As I read through the stories in Space and Time, I am grateful for publications like this. Dedicated to literacy, they provide a valuable space for authors to have voice.

The act of writing is a lonely one. Without the opportunity to be published, there can be no readers. Readers are what makes it all worthwhile.

Thank you to Glynn Owen Barrass for a satisfying read. Martin Hanford’s illustrations are perfect for this story. You can read “Harlot’s Gate” by Glynn Owen Barrass in issue #132 of Space and Time, available here. The next issue is due out on March 20.

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About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is an American poet, publisher and author. Her first collection of poetry, In Favor of Pain, was nominated for an 2017 Elgin Award. Her latest novella, Bitter Suites, is a 2018 Bram Stoker Awards® Finalist. Currently, she publishes Space and Time magazine, a 53 year old publication dedicated to fantasy, horror and science fiction. For more information visit SpaceandTimeMagazine.com or AngelaYSmith.com.
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