Tag: Kzine

Kzine Issue 29 Kindle Edition (emag review).

June 13, 2021 | By | Reply More
Kzine Issue 29 Kindle Edition (emag review).

‘Kzine’ is a little British magazine that publishes quality short fiction in several genres. The latest issue is up to its usual high standards. Out of the eight stories featured, all pretty good, here are some I particularly enjoyed. ‘Daughter Of Deep Silence’ by Wes Blalock is a conventional adventure story rather than SF or […]

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Kzine Issue 28 Kindle Edition (e-mag review).

October 2, 2020 | By | Reply More
Kzine Issue 28 Kindle Edition (e-mag review).

‘Kzine’ is a little short story magazine made in England. Here’s what you get in issue 28. Fantasy first. Malame escorts Horflog to see the Old One after which he is sent on a mission to Surpleice, the capital of Aldrag the Benevolent who wishes to become a God. The Old One has the power […]

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Kzine #27-Kindle Edition (e-magazine review).

June 24, 2020 | By | Reply More
Kzine #27-Kindle Edition (e-magazine review).

‘Kzine’ is a little English magazine that publishes a wide variety of genre fiction. It’s available in paperback or eBook format from Amazon. The latest issue features the stories below. ‘A Phone Call Away’ by Trisha Ridinger McKee is the sad tale of a six year-old little girl called Frankie with a rough home life. […]

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Kzine Issue 25: Kindle Edition (emag review).

October 30, 2019 | By | Reply More
Kzine Issue 25: Kindle Edition (emag review).

‘Kzine’, edited by Graeme Hurry, is one of the many small press magazines that foster new talent and keep the flame of the short story burning bright. This is the latest issue. First up is ‘Maxwell’ by Rhonda Parrish which is told in epistolatory format. The first letter, dated March 3, 194-, is from fourteen […]

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