The Short Review

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The Short Review Issue 11 Oct 2008: Travel, Science, Love, Death and Flash


Issue 12 October 2008

Travel is one of this month’s themes: with Gary Schanbacher’s Migration Patterns, Derek Green’s New World Order, as well as St Petersburg, where God lives, according to Tom Bissell.

Andrew Porter’s The Theory of Light and Matter and Daniel Marcus’ Binding Energy throw a little science into the mix.


Flash fiction is provided by Yannick Murphy’s short short stories in In a Bear’s Eye, some M is for Magic by Neil Gaiman, and the Wastelands anthology provides apocalyptic tales.

Love and death round off this month: Chavisa Woods’ Love Does Not Make me Gentle or Kind, and Rob Shearman’s Tiny Deaths.

A bumper eight author interviews provide some background to the collections. Happy reading!

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One comment on “The Short Review Issue 11 Oct 2008: Travel, Science, Love, Death and Flash

  1. Sarah Hilary
    October 13, 2008

    I very much your review of In a Bear’s Eye, Tania. It made me want to go out and grab the book and savour it, story by story. Thanks for another great issue.

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