Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, edited by Hugo and Wold Fantasy Award nominated editor Warren Lapine, brings you the very best in science fiction and fantasy. Join us as we explore strange new worlds. This is the ebook edition of the Fantastic Stories webzine containing all content from the September 2014 issue, including: Original Novella: Invisible Friends Too (Or, I have no bananas and Ice must cream) by Steven Sawiki Monkeys, aliens, and Elvis . . . oh my. Novellette: Planting Walnuts by Linda Tiernan Kepner They were broke, outnumbered, and outgunned… but they were just getting started. Short Story: The Big Guy by Mike Resnick Is there anything that compares to the thrill of victory . . . ? Short Story: Time Slip by Hannah Kollef What if your past, present, and future could commingle? Reviews: The Fan: Backtracking, Dislocations, Learning Curves, and Getting One’s Bearings in which Carole McDonnell interogates a series of puzzling novels. Reviews: The Magic Lantern:To Start With in which Adam-Troy Castro reveals and reviews off-the beatean path films; finding some hidden gems amongst those justly obscure. Commentary: Roots of Spec Fic: The Greater Evil of H.P. Lovecraft in which by Jay O’Connell dissects HPL’s enduring—and troubling—appeal. Make sure you go to www.fantasticstoriesoftheimagination.com every months for lots of great, free content.
Acerca de Mike Resnick
Mike Resnick es uno de los escritores más galardonados del género, por delante de autores como Isaac Asimov, Sir Arthur C. Clarke, Ray Bradbury y Robert A. Heinlein. Resnick ha ganado, entre otros, cinco premios Hugo, un premio Nebula y dos Ignotus, y ha sido nominado a veintisiete Hugos y once Nebulas. En 1993 obtuvo el premio Skylark de ciencia ficción por la obra de toda una vida, y tanto en el 2001 como en el 2004 fue elegido Autor del Año por Fictionwise.com.
Acerca de Adam-Troy Castro
Adam-Troy Castro's twenty-five books include the Philip K. Dick Award winning EMISSARIES FROM THE DEAD, first of three featuring the brilliant and tormented trouble-shooter, Andrea Cort. His short fiction has been nominated for two Hugos, three Stokers, and eight Nebulas. Adam's next major project is a series of middle-grade novels featuring a very strange young boy named Gustav Gloom. The first of these is GUSTAV GLOOM AND THE PEOPLE TAKER, set for release from Grossett and Dunlap in August. Adam lives in Miami with his wife Judi and a trio of insane cats who include Uma Furman and Meow Farrow.
Acerca de Warren Lapine
Warren Lapine lives in Greenfield, Massachusetts and Stephen Pagel lives in Atlanta, Georgia.