Here it is! I personally have over 65 hours in this issue for layout and editing alone. This week. It was therapy to work on it with the luxury of time… and I really took my time. This issue is 108 pages of intense and excellent poetry, prose, art, graphics, reviews and interviews…

The issue will be popping up on our Space and Time series page here along with #133 (finally). I’ll also be posting links everywhere when it’s live. It’s my magnum opus… until #141. And, by the way, submissions for the next issue are now officially open at

Wish you could see what I’m talking about? Wish granted:

And here’s the Table of Contents:

The Ghost, the Goat and the Robot by Mariah Montoya

haiku by Scheila Scheffler 

Ode To An Ancient Priestess With A Golden Prosthetic Eye by Scott J. Couturier 

Word Ninja by Linda D. Addison

The Algorithm by Louis B. Rosenberg

From The Tales of Finale: The Genesis of the Animae by Roy L. Post

The Black Hole by Ronald J. Murray 

Take Two at the Movies: Mighty Like a Rose by Daniel M. Kimmel

When Gods Die by Maxwell I. Gold

Sy Klopz by L. Allen Gillick

Leonard Speiser: Professional Beginner interview by Angela Yuriko Smith

His Garden by Flavio Troisi

January Exquisite Corpse: Edge of Hope

February Exquisite Corpse: Love You to Death

Graggon Speak: Spring 2021 by Austin Gragg

Degradable Mermaid by Karen Bovenmyer 

Substance by Blaise Langlois

The Bone House by Manny Blacksher 

Director’s Cut by Nick Marone

Cosmic Commerce by Ken Poyner

Pterippus – A Riddle by Carol Edwards 

Feverish Fiction with John Shirley interview by Angela Yuriko Smith

The Hum of the Wheel, the Clack of the Loom by K.G. Anderson

Gravity by Geoffrey A. Landis

Vision in a Block of Ice by Marge Simon

The Paradox of Desire by Alicia Hilton

Once Wicked by C. H. Lindsay

The Dunes of Ranza by Grace Chan

Science or Fiction in 50: Mind Reading by Leonard Speiser

Contemplations on Flora by Megan Branning

A Walk in the Woods by Pete 

Loneliness Amidst My Wrath by Irving Gamboa

And I Have Served by Alina Maciuca

The Horror at Red Hook (pt 1) by Alessandro Manzetti and Stefano Cardoselli

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About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is a third-generation Shimanchu-American and an award-winning poet, author, and publisher with over 20 years of experience in newspaper journalism. Publisher of Space & Time magazine (est. 1966), a two-time Bram Stoker Awards® Winner and HWA Mentor of the Year for 2020, she offers free classes for writers on her website.

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