EDITORIAL
 
This week have a science fiction tale of a planet of gold from Ian Fletcher, followed by a story of an illustrator encountering his own gory creations from Gary Murphy, then a lupine fable from Stephen Hernandez while an old fashioned strongman encounters some exo-skeleton suited SWAT officers in a story from Seamus Esparza.
 
The Days of Mr Thomas continues with a conversation between Ushma and Mr Thomas. In The Thousand and One Nights, Nuzhat al-Zaman is curious as to the Eunuch's identity. In Cut, Sam is reported to be dead. In The Smoky God, our sailor heroes pass into the Hollow Earth. And in Gulliver of Mars, the lieutenant witnesses the revival of a frozen Martian.
 
Meanwhile in Rogue Planet Press news, the last installment of Schlock Bi-Monthly is up and running again, now error-free. And 27 July 2014 also marks the publication date of the Rogue Planet Press anthology, Barbarians of the Red Planet! In paperback and ebook from www.lulu.com


 
 
-Gavin Chappell


 
Rogue Planet Press Submissions Call: The Black Hand Supremacy
 
World War One has ended. The world lies in ruins. One corporation is poised for world domination and one man is hell-bent on keeping that from happening. Using his skills in Magic, Alastor (aka Talbot Carruthers) sets out to take revenge on the corporation that rules Zenith city (formerly Sarajevo) after Synthetic Men murder his wife.
 
All stories should contain the characters of Alastor/Talbot Carruthers, Ronald Pryor (CEO of Illusion Inc.) And his right hand man, Gavril Princip. Stories should be about their epic battle, good vs evil. 2,000 words-7,000 words.
 
Contact Mark Slade for in-depth guidelines before submitting stories.
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