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Ray Bradbury: Thirteen of the Best

With the possible exception of Des Lewis, I believe I have read more short stories by Ray Bradbury than anyone. Here are some of my favourites:- The Highway Poor people live by the side of a highway, and one day … Continue reading

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And So Died Riabouchinska

Ray Bradbury died on Tuesday of this week. He was ninety one years old. What to say? Some writers inspire you, but a few, a very select band, their words become so much a part of the warp and weft … Continue reading

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“Between a Rock and a Hard Place” by Carole Johnstone

This story from Black Static #18 marked Carole Johnstone’s third appearance, and she’s racked up another credit since to become the magazine’s most frequent female contributor. The premise here is a ridiculously simple one – a woman walking home alone … Continue reading

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