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An essay by Lena Bisset, as provided by Chrissa Gerard Art by Dawn Vogel SUMMARY STATEMENT (Privileged Communication) North American Oncology Consortium Innovation and Impact Award Peer Review Panel: Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment Meeting Date: 03/19/2019–03/21/2019 Application Number: IIA201806233 Application Status: New … Continue reading

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Review of Long Hidden

Long Hidden (Crossed Genres Publications, 2014), edited by Rose Fox and Daniel José Older, is a collection of 27 short speculative stories of people who have been marginalized by history. Within its pages, you’ll find stories of many different races, … Continue reading

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Review of The Bathwater Conspiracy by Janet Kellough

What would the world look like without men? Janet Kellough’s latest book, The Bathwater Conspiracy (EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing, 2017), explores that question in the context of a speculative fiction mystery. Set at some indefinite point in the … Continue reading

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Review of The Marauder’s Island by Tristan J. Tarwater

The Marauder’s Island by Tristan J. Tarwater (Back That Elf Up, 2016) is the first book in the Hen & Chick series. If you’re a fan of young adult stories with heart, action, adventure, and revenge, you’ll find plenty here … Continue reading

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Review of Legacy by Jesikah Sundin

Legacy by Jesikah Sundin (Forest Tales Publishing, 2014) is the first book in the Biodome Chronicles series, and it is an eclectic mix of cyberpunk, quasi-medieval recreation in the form of live-action roleplaying (LARPing), and not-quite apocalyptic fiction, all told … Continue reading

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Review of Serpent’s Rise by Trish Heinrich

Serpent’s Rise (Beautiful Fire, 2017) is the second book in Trish Heinrich’s Vigilantes series, following after Serpent’s Sacrifice. In this book, set in the early 1960s, Alice has mostly hung up her costume, albeit reluctantly, in favor of navigating high … Continue reading

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Review of Full Throttle by Jon Hartless

Full Throttle (Accent Press, 2017) is a fascinating story of a working-class girl’s struggles in the world of competitive car racing in an alternate Edwardian steampunk/dieselpunk setting. MSJ alum Jon Hartless weaves a compelling tale of family, friendship, and burgeoning … Continue reading

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Review of Cry Your Way Home by Damien Angelica Walters

Cry Your Way Home (Apex Publications, 2018) features seventeen of Damien Angelica Walters’ previously published short stories in a brilliant collection showcasing her beautiful prose and carefully plotted tales. Not for the faint of heart, the stories contained within this … Continue reading

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Review of The Adventure of the Incognita Countess by Cynthia Ward

The Adventure of the Incognita Countess by Cynthia Ward (Aqueduct Press, 2017) is a brilliant epistolary short novel featuring Lucy Harker, the daughter of Mina (Murray) Harker and Count Dracula. With a cast of characters drawn from all over Victorian-era … Continue reading

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Review of Of Rooks & Ravens by Nathan Crowder

Of Rooks & Ravens (Razorgirl Press, 2017) by MSJ alum Nathan Crowder is the story of a reawakened god and the havoc she wreaks on a town of necromancers and their undead hordes. It involves political intrigue, navigating unknown cultures, … Continue reading

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