EDITORIAL
 
This week Joseph Farley has a story of a club dedicated to population control. Gary Murphy has a tale of drugs and drug dealing, while Steve Laker's character is concerned by the sale of a different harmful product. Anatole France has popped by with a story of ghosts at church.
 
James Talbot has a new employee at The Vixen's Den. In the second and last episode of Vanished! our hero encounters a girl who had had the same experience. Robert Burns, whose night it is this Sunday, has a poem of witches and horrors. In The Coming Race, the narrator learns of the automata that do the work in the subterranean world and encounters a giant reptile. Meanwhile Arthur Gordon Pym is still voyaging south.
 
-Gavin Chappell.

 
The most recent edition of our print magazine ‘Schlock Bi-Monthly‘ (Schlockproof: The Year’s Best Schlock! 2014) is out now:

 


 
Now available: Rogue Planet Press’s shared world anthology The Black Hand Supremacy. Available in paperback and ebook from www.lulu.com
 
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