Crossed Genres Year One

Stories selected from the first year of Crossed Genres the magazine of Science Fiction Fantasy with a twist From lovers whose needs suck away others life forces to the foibles of superheroes past their prime, Crossed Genres makes a tasty break from ordinary speculative fiction This twisted group of stories both inflames and amuses At ten bucks a pop, it is hardStories selected from the first year of Crossed Genres the magazine of Science Fiction Fantasy with a twist From lovers whose needs suck away others life forces to the foibles of superheroes past their prime, Crossed Genres makes a tasty break from ordinary speculative fiction This twisted group of stories both inflames and amuses At ten bucks a pop, it is hard not to recommend its purchase Tangent Online review tangentonline indexp pr
Crossed Genres Year One Stories selected from the first year of Crossed Genres the magazine of Science Fiction Fantasy with a twist From lovers whose needs suck away others life forces to the foibles of superheroes past thei

  • Title: Crossed Genres Year One
  • Author: Bart R. Leib Kay T. Holt C.L. Rossman Marilou Goodwin Jeremy Zimmerman Adam King Jill Afzelius Amanda Lord
  • ISBN: 9781449996949
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Crossed Genres is a speculative fiction magazine based in Massachusetts. These stories come from the first year of its existence.There is a tale about a pitched battle that takes place in a diner, after closing time, among the condiments. A superhero named The Sentinel is getting on in years, with a wife and daughter who don't want him to go out each night, fighting crime.A story is narrated by the only AI on Mars. It was part of a group of 2 AI's and 300 robots that were to build shelters for h [...]

    2. This is an anthology of stories from the first year of Crossed Genre magazine. There is one story from each of the first twelve issues. Check out the magazine at crossedgenres/Each issue had a theme, the themes are listed in the table of contents, but I wish the themes had been identified on the first page of each story. These stories were too short to give much description of each one without spoilers. My favorites were:Back to the Beginning by Marilou Goodwin; Great world building, I really li [...]

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