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Abyss & Apex Issue 63: 3rd Quarter 2017
Edited by Wendy S. Delmater
Review by Sam Tomaino
Abyss & Apex eMagazine  
Date: 27 July 2017

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Abyss & Apex #63 is here with stories by Jon Rollins, Janet K. Nicolson, Brenda Kalt, Rich Larson, Adam Vine, and Jordan Taylor, as well as a Flash Fiction by Nicole Lungerhausen.

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Abyss & Apex Issue 63: 3rd Quarter 2017

Table of Contents:
Guest Editorial:
One 'Rule' to Rule Them All by Dario Ciriello
Flash Fiction:
Urgent: Lost Bekip by Nicole Lungerhausen
(sign the petition!)
Another by Jon Rollins
Against the Grain by Janet K. Nicolson
Egg Lilies by Brenda Kalt
Spiked by Rich Larson
Go Outside by Adam Vine
The Girl in the Shrine on Mount Osore by Jordan Taylor
Introduction to Poetry in Issue 63
the woods in the wind by Rebecca Buchanan (Asheville, NC)
rainfall by Davian Aw (Singapore)
After by Megan Branning (Pittsburgh, PA)
Church of the Apocalypse by Sharon Fox (Knoxville, TN)
Rust by Sarah Shirley (Hamilton, New Zealand)
Martha X by Marge Simon (Ocala, FL)
Hybrid Identities by Tamara Panici (Waco, TX)
Garden Planet by Deborah Davitt (Houston, TX)
First Landing Ken Poyner (Norfolk, VA)
Fantasia by Vince Gotera (Cedar Falls, IA)
Small Press Book Reviews:
Walking on the Sea of Clouds by Gray Rinehart (WordFire Press)
The Book of Robot by Ken Poyner (Barking Moose Press)
Sycorax's Daughters Kinitra Brooks PhD, Linda Addison, Susana Morris PhD Ed (Cedar Grove Publishing)
An Eighty-Percent Solution by Thomas Gondolfi (TANSTAAFL Press)
The Poet King by Mark Nelson (Hadley Rille Books)

(Source: Abyss & Apex)

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