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Bull Spec #2 – Summer 2010
Edited by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
Cover Artist: Vladimir Krizan
Review by Sam Tomaino
Bull Spec  ISBN/ITEM#: 2152-5234
Date: 30 July 2010

Links: Bull Spec / Show Article /

Bull Spec.#2 is here with stories by Paul Celmer, Kaolin Fire, Melissa Mead, Gwendolyn Clare, and Uri Grey, along with some nice interviews and reviews, the second part of a graphic story, four poems and some other stuff.

From official release/information:

Bull Spec #2 – Summer 2010
Published quarterly by BULL SPEC/PO Box 13146, Durham, NC 27709
Price per print issue $3.75 plus shipping or pdf for free, $15 for four issues plus shipping, NC residents add sales tax
(you can also add up to $5 per subscription or $3 per issue as a gift to the contributors)

Table of Contents:
Echoes of the Bouncing Ball by Paul Celmer
By the Dragon’s Tail by Kaolin Fire
Hirasol by Melissa Mead
The Other Lila by Gwendolyn Clare
The Sad Story of the Naga by Uri Grey
Graphic Short:
Closed System by Mike Gallegher - Part 2 of 4
The Spear of the Moment by David M. Harris
Death Could Not Part Them by Helen R. Peterson
Mother’s Garden by Reggie Lutz
The Torturer’s Boy by J.P. Wickwire
Firefly Rain (Excerpt) by Richard Dansky – Interview by J.M. McDermott
Imagining the Human Future – Essay by John Kessel – Interview by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
Boneshaker by Cherie Priest – Review by Joseph Giddings
The Dream of Perpetual Motion by Dexter Palmer – Review by Natania Barron - Interview by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
Mercury by Hope Larson - Interview by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
What Is Speculative Fiction by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn

(Source: Bull Spec)

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