Fantasy Scroll Magazine Issue #10

Fantasy Scroll Magazine

Book 10
Fantasy Scroll Press LLC
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 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #10 includes 9 short stories and one graphic story:

"The Genie and the Inquisitor" - Johnny Compton

"The Hummingbird Air" - Paul Roberge

"The Empty Faux-Historical Residential Unit" - Rachel Hochberg

"Last Age of Kings" - Jeremy Szal

"Kara's Ares" - Clint Spivey

"Protecting Nessie" - Hank Quense

"Dancing an Elegy, His Own" - Julie Novakova

"Lost Souls" - E. E. King

"The Answer" - Lynette Mejía

"Shamrock - Part 5 - Monkey Business" - Josh Brown & Alberto Hernandez


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

Interview with Award Winning Author Matthew Kressel

Interview with Author and Editor Maurice Broaddus

Artist Spotlight: Josh Hutchinson

Book Review: The SEA Is Ours (ed. by Jaymee Goh and Joyce Chng)

Movie Review: The Martian (Ridley Scott)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.

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Fantasy Scroll Press LLC
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Published on
Dec 21, 2015
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Pages
177
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ISBN
9780996889117
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / General
Fiction / Horror
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
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 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, bi-monthly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #11 includes 9 short stories and one graphic story:

"Sundark and Winterling" — Suzanne J. Willis

"Red Cup" — Paul Magnan

"The Water Moon" — Steve Simpson

"Battle Lines" — J.W. Alden

"Talking with Honored Guests" — Alexander Monteagudo

"How I Lost Eleven Stone and Found Love" — Ian Creasey

"The Great Excuse" — Jacob Michael King

"The Velna Valsis" — Henry Szabranski

"Have You Seen Me?" — Josh Vogt

"Shamrock - Part 6 - Perseverance" — Josh Brown & Alberto Hernandez


Interview with Author Karri Thompson

Interview with Author A.L. Davroe

Artist Spotlight: Jeremy Vickery

Book Review: Tales of My Ancestors (Bruce Edward Golden)

Movie Review: Turbo Kid (François Simard, Anouk Whissell)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.

 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, quarterly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #2 includes 14 short stories:

"Winter Solstice" — Mike Resnick

"Da Capo al Fine" — Patrick Jameson

"The Reanimators" — J. Kenneth Sargeant

"A Concert of Flowers" — Kate O'Connor

"These Are The Things Our Hands Have Made" — Andrew Kozma

"A Trade of Tears" — Tony Peak

"Four Scenes From Wieczniak’s Whisk-U-Away, And One Not" — Ferrett Steinmetz

"The Unworthy" — J.W. Alden

"Verdure" — Brandon Barrows

"Million Hearts in the Valley of Death" — Savannah Hendricks

"The Fine Art of Fortune-Telling" — Michelle Ann King

"Marshmallow Walls" — Brittany Foster

"Grimm's Home for Geriatrics" — Rebecca A. Demarest

"JC the Ski Bum" — Joyce Reynolds-Ward


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

-Interview With Award Winning Author Mike Resnick

-Interview With Author Tim Pratt

-Interview With The Editors of Strange Horizons

-Artist Spotlight: Sabbas Apterus

-Book Review: Warbreaker (Brandon Sanderson)

-Movie Review: Godzilla (2014) (Gareth Edwards)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.


 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, quarterly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience. 


Issue #3 includes 13 short stories: 

"Descant" — Piers Anthony 

"The Peacemaker" — Rachel A. Brune 

"My Favorite Photos of Anne" — Aaron Polson 

"Verisimilitude" — Alan Murdock 

"Orc Legal" — James Beamon 

"Kindle My Heart" — Rebecca Birch 

"Burn in Me" — Carrie Martin 

"The Memory-Setter's Apprentice" — Alvaro Zinos-Amaro 

"Hither and Yon" — Anatoly Belilovsky 

"The Contents of the Box with the Ribbon" — David Neilsen 

"The First First Fire" — Alexander Monteagudo 

"Missing Tessa" — Anna Yeatts 

"The Perfect Book" — Alex Shvartsman 


In the non-fiction section, this issue features: 

-Interview With Author Piers Anthony 

-Interview With Author and Publisher Anna Yeatts 

-Interview With Editor Scott H. Andrews 

-Artist Spotlight: Suebsin Pulsiri 

-Book Review: Upgraded (edited by Neil Clarke) 

-Movie Review: The House That Dripped Blood (1971) (Peter Duffell) 


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction. 

 Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, quarterly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and thought-provoking speculative fiction. With a mixture of short stories, flash fiction, and micro-fiction, Fantasy Scroll Magazine aims to appeal to a wide audience.


Issue #4 includes 12 short stories:

"Circus in the Bloodwarm Rain" — Cat Rambo

"Forever" — Rachel Pollack

"The Dragonmaster's Ghost" — Henry Szabranski

"Restart" — William Reid

"Feeling All Right" — Richard Zwicker

"Universe in a Teacup" — Seth Chambers

"Skipping Stones" — Erin Cole

"Incriminating Evidence" — Charity Tahmaseb

"Posthumous" — James B. Willard

"Your Cities" — Anaea Lay

"Seaside Sirens, 1848" — Anna Zumbro

"#Dragonspit" — William Meikle


In the non-fiction section, this issue features:

-Interview With Author Cat Rambo

-Interview With Author Charity Tahmaseb

-Interview With Author William Meikle

-Interview With Editor Lynne Thomas

-Artist Spotlight: Kuldar Leement

-Book Review: Half a King (by Joe Abercrombie)

-Movie Review: Interstellar (2014) (Christopher Nolan)


The magazine is open to most sub-genres of science fiction, including hard SF, military, apocalyptic & post-apocalyptic, space opera, time travel, cyberpunk, steampunk, and humorous. Similarly for fantasy, we accept most sub-genres, including alternate world, dark fantasy, heroic, high or epic, historical, medieval, mythic, sword & sorcery, urban fantasy, and humorous. The magazine also publishes horror and paranormal short fiction.


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Something is out there . . .

Something terrifying that must not be seen. One glimpse and a person is driven to deadly violence. No one knows what it is or where it came from.

Five years after it began, a handful of scattered survivors remain, including Malorie and her two young children. Living in an abandoned house near the river, she has dreamed of fleeing to a place where they might be safe. Now, that the boy and girl are four, it is time to go. But the journey ahead will be terrifying: twenty miles downriver in a rowboat—blindfolded—with nothing to rely on but her wits and the children’s trained ears. One wrong choice and they will die. And something is following them. But is it man, animal, or monster?

Engulfed in darkness, surrounded by sounds both familiar and frightening, Malorie embarks on a harrowing odyssey—a trip that takes her into an unseen world and back into the past, to the companions who once saved her. Under the guidance of the stalwart Tom, a motely group of strangers banded together against the unseen terror, creating order from the chaos. But when supplies ran low, they were forced to venture outside—and confront the ultimate question: in a world gone mad, who can really be trusted?

Interweaving past and present, Josh Malerman’s breathtaking debut is a horrific and gripping snapshot of a world unraveled that will have you racing to the final page.

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