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CLUBHOUSE: Review: Anathema Magazine #11.

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An online tri-annual speculative fiction magazine of work by “queer POC / Indigenous / Aboriginal creators”

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Unnerving Magazine #14

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a horror magazine with a Stephen King theme

Club House Review: Onspec #114

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On Spec always offers an incredible variety of fiction. Not merely a case of something for everybody, but a whole bunch of stuff worth reading

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Neo-Opsis #31, November 2020.

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Neo-Opsis returns, and goes digital

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Lackington’s Magazine #21

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A review of Lackington's cocktails themed magazine issue

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Speculative North Magazine Issue #2

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Wouldn’t you know it, judging stories on their merits alone nevertheless results in a pleasing diversity of authors. Bonus!

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Stellar Evolutions, an anthology edited by Rhea E. Rose

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Graeme reviews a collection of stories from the magazine he edits, though the anthology is edited by someone else.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Tales From the Deep End, a horror story collection...

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In sum, a classic case of a self-published work that needs a final edit at multiple levels. However, nitpicky points aside, the variety of theme and approach exhibited is pleasing, and the sweep of Dean’s imagination impressive and exciting. It’s actually a fun read.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Wire Wings by Wren Handman

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My grasp of the internal angst of being a misunderstood teenage girl in modern times is somewhat limited

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Augur Magazine, Vol. 3 #1

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A review of Augur magazine, a publication which brings uncommon perspectives, and brings together the often disparate realms of literary and genre fiction

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Pulp Literature Magazine #27

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A review of the stories, poems and interview in the latest issue of Pulp Literature magazine

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Dragon-Rain and Other Stories, by Eileen Kernaghan

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The description in this tale is lush and vivid, conjuring up details of a spiritual reality quite different from Western tradition.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: When Words Collide Writers Festival: a “virtual” triumph!

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Congratulations to R. Graeme Cameron for his Aurora win. Here, he fills us in on what it was like to attend When Worlds Collide

WHEN WORDS COLLIDE: Celebrating Canadian SF

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Two of Amazing Stories' Columnists - Steve Fahnestalk and Richard Graeme Cameron - are up for Aurora awards this year

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Unnerving Magazine #13

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This issue a good mix of fun and creepiness, with some first class writing.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: “The Light Between Stars” edited by Catherine Fitzsimmons

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Catherine’s experience as a publisher offers a role model in terms of what it takes to make the commitment.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: The Oppenheimer Alternative by Robert J. Sawyer

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Our second review of Sawyer's latest; well worth two reviews, well worth the read.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Speculative North Magazine #1

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A new Canadian SF magazine hits the stands!

CLUBHOUSE: Review “Small Rain and Other Nightmares,” by Paula Johanson

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OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. SMALL RAIN and Other Nightmares – by Paula Johanson Publisher: Doublejoy Books, Victoria, British Columbia, June...

CLUBHOUSE: Review: “And The Angels Sang” collection by Lorina Stephens

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Really good science fiction and fantasy, in other words. Well worth reading. Masterful writing.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: On Spec Magazine issue #113

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The latest issue of OnSpec magazine

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Pulp Literature Magazine issue #26

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If you’re like me, a voracious reader with eclectic yet widespread tastes, you’ll read it from cover to cover and be well satisfied.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Pulp Science Fiction from the Rock, an anthology from...

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“ … the editorial team identified some of the tropes that are typical in pulp: macho stereotypes, a damsel in distress, low-art. The goal of this collection is to subvert those stereotypes ….”

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Unnerving Magazine issue #12

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I have to admit, Unnerving always surprises me. I never know what to expect.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Santiago’s Purple Skies at Morning’s Light, a supernatural fantasy...

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A newly-orphaned young lady from small-town Ontario winds up coming of age on a Caribbean island that, like her, is haunted by legends of its past.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: A God in Chains, a fantasy adventure by Matthew...

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Let A God in Chains pull you in - The further into it you get, the deeper you are drawn into the quest, the greater your desire to find out what happens next.

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Why I Hunt Flying Saucers, a collection of stories...

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This collection's definition of “flying saucer” is “a sort of imaginative short-hand to represent things that are unexplained, uncomfortable, usually inappropriate and generally weird.”

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Nothing Without Us, a genre anthology about disability.

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Every story is about a disabled or handicapped individual. Every story is written by a disabled or handicapped individual. This is a window on a world most people know little or nothing about, presented in the form of genre-related fiction

CLUBHOUSE: Review: Trouble Among The Stars Magazine #5

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A niche magazine, heading for its final issue.

CLUBHOUSE: Fungi, an anthology of Lovecraftian terror.

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When it comes to saprophytes, we are ALL Egon ("I collect spores, molds and fungus")