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FlagShip Science Fiction and Fantasy- February 2011 [Kindle Edition]

Jeromy Henry , Philip L. Tite , Jason Palmer , Chris Ward , Doc Coleman , Richard Zwicker , Philip Carroll , Jeff Hite , Scott Roche , Zachary Ricks
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Book Description

FlagShip is an online-only SF/Fantasy short story magazine inviting you to launch into imagination. There are five stories in this issue, including -
Ovid's Legacy - by Chris Ward. When she heard about the expedition to the Himalayas, she was excited. She hadn't planned on the airship. Or the crazy theory her professor was following. Or the abandoned Nazi base…
Martin the Dictator - by Jason Palmer. 150 million refugees from an intergalactic war suddenly appeared in the skies above Earth. Which nation would be willing to take them in?
Broken Dolls - by Philip L. Tite. She was the youngest commander in over a decade. Then the accident happened, and now all she can see is the broken pieces of her comrades…
All Elves are Stupid - by Jeromy Henry. Driving around the city naked and singing Patsy Cline songs in drag at the skinhead bar weren't enough for Gloria's Dad. He was, after all, an elf. And you had to complete three quests to win a maiden. Even if the quests re stupid. And involve trolls… and magic swords… and nose hair?
The Sideways Machine - by Richard Zwicker. Time machines are supposed to go backwards and forwards, right? When Christian's suddenly takes a lurch to the side, how many timelines will he tangle?
And a special column by Galley Table Stowaway - Doc Coleman on Succeeding Through Failure. Enjoy!

Product Details

  • File Size: 705 KB
  • Print Length: 74 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Flying Island Press (February 21, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004OYTD9C
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  • Lending: Enabled
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3.0 out of 5 stars Back to the future June 3, 2012
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These stories remind me of some of the "classic" SF and fantasy of the pre-New-Wave era. They have some clever conceits and twists, a simple, straightforward narrative voice and are rich in genre tropes.

They're not breaking any new ground, and none of them screams "instant classic", but they're entertaining. I did find Philip L. Tite's "Broken Dolls" a little confused in the early part, and all of them could probably be tuned up to be tighter and cleaner, but the editing is mostly not bad and there are no more than the usual number of typos.
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