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From Space and Time #132: “Stinky, Stinky Little Pig”

I just finished reading “Stinky, Stinky Little Pig” by David Sandner in issue # 132 of Space and Time magazine. What a great story! I don’t want to give away any spoilers, but this richly written little tale presents an … Continue reading

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Interview with Gordon Linzner

Gordon Linzner is well known in literary circles as a champion of edgy speculative fiction and as the publisher of Space and Time magazine. He has written novels of his own—The Troupe, The Oni and The Spy Who Drank Blood are a few … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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New Website for Space and Time Magazine

Visit the new website for Space and Time magazine, officially live and ready for exploration. Find the new mascot, read excerpts from the current issue and follow us on social media. There will be a test! Send the answers to … Continue reading

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Shameless Space and Time Magazine Plug

Things have been moving behind the scenes at Space and Time. The new website will be unveiled Wednesday, February 20th at 1 p.m. Everything is shiny and fresh, but we’ve taken care to keep the soul of the magazine intact. … Continue reading

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From Space and Time #132: “The Slowest Bullet Ever Shot”

Ever notice how time goes by too fast for the good stuff but seems to drag through the rough patches? In “The Slowest Bullet Ever Shot” by Max Shepard, everything slows down for the protagonist at exactly the right moments, … Continue reading

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From Space and Time #132: “Walter Could be Anywhere”

The US Postal Service would not be in the trouble they are if there were a few more mailmen like Walter from “Walter Could be Anywhere” by Andrew MacRae in issue #132 of Space and Time. The story is set in a … Continue reading

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From the Office-Under-the-Stairs

There has been a flurry of activity from my office under the stairs as I prepare for a new year of publishing. Most of the activity has been setting up a re-launch for Space and Time magazine. Dusting off social media, … Continue reading

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From Space & Time #132: Not Yet Woken

Just finished reading “The Ones Who Have Not Yet Woken” by Rahul Kanakia in issue #132 of Space and Time. First off, big kudos to Kanakia for the clever title. The meaning of it seems straightforward until the end. The … Continue reading

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