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Joel Lane – In Memory

For those who haven’t heard, writer Joel Lane passed away in his sleep Monday night. He was fifty years old. I’m not going to write a tribute. I never met Joel, and didn’t correspond with him very much, so to … Continue reading

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“For Their Own Ends” by Joel Lane

This 2,100 word story appeared in Black Static #23 and marked Joel Lane’s fifth appearance in the magazine, and I think I’m right in saying that it’s his shortest contribution to date. Way back when, I wrote a flash fiction … Continue reading

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“Winter Journey” by Joel Lane

I’ve discussed this story before, over on the Case Notes blog back in 2009 when it was nominated for a British Fantasy Award, but it needs to be reprised over here at some point for the sake of completeness and … Continue reading

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“The Sleep Mask” by Joel Lane

Joel Lane is one of the magazine’s most frequent contributors and arguably the quintessential Black Static writer. This story from #19 marked his fourth appearance, and I believe there’s another one waiting for a window of opportunity. ┬áThe opening line … Continue reading

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