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Black Gate – Number 10 (Volume 2, Number 4) – Spring 2007 by John O'Neill
Edited by John O'Neill
Cover Artist: Denis Rodler
Review by Sam Tomaino
 ISBN/ITEM#: 15317854
Date: 1 July 2007 / Show Article /

Black Gate,/i> #10 has chockfull of stories and articles well worth reading. This issue includes stories by Martha Wells, Iain Rowan, Mark Summer, Judith Berman and others.

From official release/information:

Black Gate – Number 10 (Volume 2, Number 4) – Spring 2007 Published quarterly by New Epoch Press, Inc., 815 Oak Street, St. Charles, IL 60174. Sample issue $10 – one year (4 issues) $29.95 - two years (8 issues) $55 www.BlackGate.com. Publisher and Editor – John O'Neill

Table of Contents: Fiction:

  • Soldiers of a Dying God by Harry James Connolly
  • A Book of Silences by James Enge
  • Reflections by Martha Wells
  • Welcome to the Underworld by Iain Rowan
  • The Naturalist: Going to the Applewash by Mark Summer
  • A Covenant in Mud by Greg Story
  • Skyspider by David Dubord
  • Before the Wind by Edward Carmien
  • Awakening by Judith Berman
  • Sight of Vengeance by Howard Andrews Jones Features:
  • The Big Little SF Magazines of the 1970's by Rich Horton Columns:
  • Gaming: Fantasy Game Reviews edited by Howard Andrew Jones
  • Reviews: Thoughts on the Latest Fantasy Books Departments:
  • Editorial: Bug-Eyed Wonder by John O'Neill
  • Letters
  • Subscriptions
  • Back Issues
  • Knights of the Dinner Table: The Java Joint by Jolly Blackburn, Steve Johansson and John O'Neill
  • Next Issue
  • Cover by Denis Rodler

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