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Far Fetched Fables No 27 Matthew Johnson and Steven Pirie

First Story: “Public Safety” by Matthew Johnson Officier de la Paix Louverture folded Quartidi’s Père Duchesne into thirds, fanning himself against the Thermidor heat. The news inside was all bad, anyway: another theater had closed, leaving the Comedie Francaise the only one open in Nouvelle-Orleans. At least the Duchesne could be counted on to report only […]

Far Fetched Fables No 26 Ian R. MacLeod and Robert Reed

First Story: “The Master Miller’s Tale” Part 2 by Ian R. MacLeod THERE ARE ONLY RUINS left now on Burlish Hill, a rough circle of stones. The track which once curved up from the village of Stagsby in the valley below is little more than an indentation in the grass, and the sails of the mill […]

Far Fetched Fables No 25 Ian R. MacLeod and Jeremy Sim

First Story: “The Master Miller’s Tale” Part 1 by Ian R. McLeod THERE ARE ONLY RUINS left now on Burlish Hill, a rough circle of stones. The track which once curved up from the village of Stagsby in the valley below is little more than an indentation in the grass, and the sails of the mill […]

Far Fetched Fables No 24 David Barr Kirtley and Gord Sellar

First Story: “Save Me Plz” by David Barr Kirtley Meg hadn’t heard from Devon in four months, and she realized that she missed him. So on a whim she tossed her sword and scabbard into the back seat of her car and drove over to campus to visit him. She’d always thought that she and Devon […]

Far Fetched Fables No 23 Zoran Živković and Shenoa Carroll-Bradd

First Story: “Compartments” by Zoran Živković I ran as fast as my legs would carry me. The carriage had just pulled away from the buffer at the end of the track. Even though it was still moving slowly, had I been carrying any luggage, particularly anything heavy, I wouldn’t have made it. Luckily, all I was […]

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