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Encounters Magazine - Volume 1 Number 3 - June/July 2010
Edited by Guy Kenyon
Cover Artist: Char Reed for
Review by Sam Tomaino
Black Matrix  
Date: 25 August 2010

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The third issue of Encounters Magazine is here with new stories by Brian Koscienski and Chris Pisano, Jacob Friedman, Andre Cruz, Murphy Edwards, Harper Hall, Paul Celmer and Pete Wood, Timothy Miller, Erich Bergemeier, William Wood, JJ Beazley, Michael G. Cornelius, Benedict J. Jones, Martin Turton, Jack MacKenzie, Mel Murphy, Clare M. Clerkin-Russell, David Castlewitz, Jack D. Gibson, Alex Sivier, Lawrence Buentello, Mark DiAntonio and Michael W. Garza. .

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Encounters Magazine – Volume 1 Number 3 – June/July 2010
$7.95 but $5.95 from the website and $2.99 for a PDF copy
Black Matrix Publishing LLC, 1252 Redwoods Ave, #52, Grants Pass, OR 97527

Table of Contents:
Just the Good Ol' Boys by Brian Koscienski and Chris Pisano (Fantasy)
No Man's Land by Jacob Friedman (Horror)
Death with a Conscience by Andre Cruz (Science Fiction)
Coal Black Talons by Murphy Edwards (Horror)
A New England by Harper Hall (Science Fiction)
Fire And Ice by Paul Celmer and Pete Wood (Science Fiction)
Blood of the Stones by Timothy Miller (Horror)
The Last Words of Daniel Shupak by Erich Bergemeier (Science Fiction)
Voidbreaker by William Wood (Science Fiction)
Whitesytch Wood by JJ Beazley (Horror)
Décor by Michael G. Cornelius (Horror)
Live Bait (An Angler’s Lament) by Benedict J. Jones (Horror)
White Moon by Martin Turton (Science Fiction)
The Belly of the Beast by Jack MacKenzie (Fantasy)
Gator Country by Mel Murphy (Horror)
True Believers by Clare M. Clerkin-Russell (Science Fiction)
Holotatoon by David Castlewitz (Science Fiction)
Reality House by Jack D. Gibson (Horror)
Old Girl by Alex Sivier (Science Fiction)
Leviathan by Lawrence Buentello (Horror)
Trouble in the Red Nebula by Mark DiAntonio (Science Fiction)
In Through the Out Door by Michael W. Garza (Science Fiction)

(Source: Black Matrix)

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