Strangelet 1.1



Strangelet Volume 1 Issue 1 Cover Art By And Interview With Tory Hoke Comic Saved By John Carvajal Bred To Travel The Stars, An Explorer Copes With The Mysteries Of A New World Fiction Delia By David Armstrong When We Are Near Death, Can We Hear The Dead Can They Help Us Small Seeds By Elizabeth Jenike Unstoppable Incurable From Small Seeds Come The Losses We All Share In The Man Who Lived In My Hair By Evan Mallon Some People Are Obsessed With Their Hair But It S Much Special To Have Some Thing Obsessed With It As Well The Black Madonna By Mikaela Von Kursell Can A Knight Live With The Quiet Of A New Nation In The Tumultuous Iberian PeninsulaStrangelet 1.1

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[Ebook] Strangelet 1.1  By Strangelet Press – Firstchance10k.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 62 pages
  • Strangelet 1.1
  • Strangelet Press
  • English
  • 03 December 2017

9 thoughts on “Strangelet 1.1

  1. says:

    Strangelet is a journal of speculative fiction whose stated goal is to publish fiction that exist in the strange and compelling intersection between genre and literary fiction This fits with my definition of good fiction the goal is not to titillate with either spectacle or stylistic nuance the goal is reveal to the reader aspects of the human condition Whether that is achieved with the reality or some variation upon it is irrelevant.I felt this first issue of Strangelet, as a whole, delivered on its promise.The first story in the collection is The Man Who Lived in My Hair by Evan Mallon The title is neither metaphor nor aphorism the story s protagonist has a small man who lives in her hair for the purpose of styling it As such, he is granted ultimate power over her appearance, and thus, ultimate control over the social relationships in which her appearance has an impact The story elegantly and succinctly elicits a critique upon beauty and vanity.Next is the short comic Saved by John Carvajal The frames reveals the story of an interstellar explorer who lands on a planet and has an experience that later explorers are unable to verify I feel that the artwork does a good job of communicating the protagonist s estrangement I also felt it apt that the author utilizes no direct charac...

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