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Murky Depths #10
Edited by Terry Martin
Cover Artist: Lars Rasmussen
Review by Sam Tomaino
Murky Depths  ISBN/ITEM#: 1752-5586
Date: 21 November 2009

Links: Murky Depths / Show Article /

Murky Depths #10 – The Quarterly Anthology of Graphically Dark Speculative Fiction features stories by Mike Carey, Ian R Faulkner, Richard Rippon, Alex Curnow, Jeff Cook, Mark Ball, Richard Calder, Luke Cooper, Toby Anderton, Lavie Tidhar, and James Johnson.

From official release/information:

Murky Depths #10
Subscription Rates & Special Offers Available at their website (see links above) Table of Contents:
Non-Fiction:

    An interview with Lars Rasmussen
    Over To You – Mike Carey Writing Competition
    r@t repository – Comic Creators' Bios
    r@t redress - Blunder
    Stirred Not Shaken – Robert Rankin & Toby Frost
    Matt Wallace's Depth Charge – Pussy Control
Poetry:
    What You Didn’t Do On The School Trip by Chris Morgan
Short Stories:
    Now? and Then? By Mike Carey – art by Neil Roberts
    The Other Side of Life by Ian R Faulkner – art by Dylan Williams
    Soul Music by Richard Rippon – art by Nancy Farmer
    Radio Man, Frequency Woman by Alex Curnow – art by Neil Struthers
    Christmas Miracle by Jeff Cook – art by Martin Deep
    The Long Haul by Mark Ball – art by Smuzz
Graphic Stories:
    Dead Girls (Episode 2) by Richard Calder – art by Leonardo M. Giron
    The Last Precinct – Part 1 by Luke Cooper
    The Claimant by Toby Anderson
    Finger by Lavie Tidhar - art by Neil Roberts
    The Naked Soul of Man by James Johnson – art by Lars Rasmussen

(Source: Murky Depths)

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