SPECIAL NOTE: Starting October 5th, Amazing Stories will begin publication of the fiction comprising its Special Edition issue. Here is the schedule of release:
Jeremy Lichtman (“Bob the Hipster Knight”); October 5
Alex Shvartsman (“How Gaia and the Guardian Saved the World”); October 12
Vince Liberato (“Parental Guidance Recommended”); October 19
Stephen Power (“The Sounding Cataract”); October 26
Karen Skovmand (“The Mesmerist”); November 2
Trent Walters (“Awake the Snorting Citizens With the Bell”); November 9
James Gordon Harper (“A Clean Start”) ; November 16
Matt Downer (“The Size of the Fight”); November 22
Stuart Barton (“Lost Phoenixes”); November 23
Sean Monaghan (“Penny of Tharsis Montes”); November 24
We will be publishing two additional stories in addition to those Gernsback award winning stories:
Kermit Woodall (“We’re all Here in the Future”); November 30
David Gerrold (“The Great Milo”); December 7
And to complete the issue we have some non-fiction articles by Michael A. Burstein and Steven H Silver, and an editorial.
PRESS RELEASES & NEWSLETTERS (See full text below)
Signum University; TOR.com; Geeks Out!; Atlas Obscura; Project Hieroglyph; Piranha Games; Omni magazine; Quantum Muse
Politics Impacting the Book World
Food Sources Infographic (See our own version at the bottom of this post)
A Feminist Transforming Comics
First Presidential Debate’s Facts Checked
Review of New Hitler Bio Makes Trump Comparisons
Explaining Black Lives Matter for (White) Dummies
Wow, Look How Small That Really Is!
Captain PIcard Critiques Galaxy Quest
Tarzan on Film – 99 YEARS Ago!
Three Posters for Doctor Strange
Is That Trademark Too Offensive?
New Release: Returning Truth by Raymond F Masters
New Release: Imperium Heirs by A. K. Kuykendall
NY Review of SF Readings Video
Musk REALLY Wants to Go To Mars
Charlie Stross Critiques Musk’s Mars Plans
After a long hard galactic journey, the trip home….
Riding Roller Coasters May Help Cure Kidney Stones (I wonder what Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride cures?)
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Fannish Jewish Accent (Acch! You’ve heard one, you’ve heard them all)
China May be the First Country to Talk to Aliens (without an accent)
PRESS RELEASES & NEWSLETTERS
Let’s have a contest. Oops, sorry, already had one. This being Halloween month, we at Quantum Muse sponsored a Horror contest. Come and read, if you dare. The October, 2016 issue of Quantum Muse is now up at www.quantummuse.com.
This month we feature the art of: Leszek Kostuj
following is a list of this months Horror winners.
The Raven by Iain Henson
The Pond by Ed Sullivan
The Dark Corner by John David Rose
The Thing by Gordon Rowlinson