CLUBHOUSE: Review: Pulp Literature Magazine #33 – Winter 2022

In this issue:  Tamara needs to win at Pinball so she can pay off her family’s debts. Jenny is still grieving for Joey, but her sorrow is complicated by the ghost of a woman wooing a mortal. and What do you do when a tiny fairy gets tangled in your yarn? These and more stories reviewed here by Graeme.

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CLUBHOUSE: Review: Augur Magazine Issue 4.1

OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. AUGUR MAGAZINE – Vol. 4, Issue #1 Publisher: Kerry C. Byrne, Augur Magazine Literary Society, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Co-Editors in Chief: Lawrence Stewen, Terese Mason […]

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CLUBHOUSE: Review: “Axis of Andes: WW2 in South America, an Alternate History” by D.G. Valdron

…amount(s) to the contents of a history text book packed with concise detail and explanation of situation and events. Since this book begins with genuine history going as far back as the wars of independence from Spain…only gradually slips into alternate history mode… some readers, expecting a wham-bam military adventure novel, may find the text way too dry…

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