Monthly Archives: January 2018

Filler content with flesh and blood

A magazine review that originally appeared in The Fix #1:- FLESH & BLOOD #7 Reviewed by Peter Tennant Flesh & Blood has to be one of the smartest magazines currently doing the rounds, with design and production values that put … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Thunder Road

The opening lyrics here are sublime.

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Filler content with F&SF

A magazine review that originally appeared in The Fix #1:- FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION #595 Reviewed by Peter Tennant With fifty years of publishing under its belt, F&SF’s pulp origins are reflected in its production values, with cheap paper and a glossy … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Winchester

With Helen Mirren onboard I am hoping this will turn out classier than the raw material might suggest.

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Filler content with indigenes

A magazine review that originally appeared in The Fix #1:- INDIGENOUS FICTION #6 Reviewed by Peter Tennant Appearance wise, Indigenous Fiction is at the Colonies end of the spectrum rather than the Challenging Destiny end, but without that magazine’s defining quality of … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)

From the second album released by Bruce and the guys from E Street (and this 2008 performance is also one of last to include Danny Federici, who joined the great gig in the sky soon after):-

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Filler content with colonies

A magazine review that originally appeared in The Fix #1:- COLONIES #3 Reviewed by Peter Tennant Issue 3 of SF magazine Colonies looks half decent after a brief flick through, but closer inspection reveals that this is an occasion where … Continue reading

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