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Encounters Magazine - Volume 1 Number 4 - November/December 2010
Edited by Guy Kenyon
Cover Artist: M.D. Jackson for
Review by Sam Tomaino
Black Matrix Magazine  
Date: 22 November 2010

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The fourth issue of Encounters Magazine is here with new stories by Candra Hope, Timothy Miller, Scott Hill, Russell James, DoA Worrell, Naomi Johnson, Jack MacKenzie, William Knight, Thomas Canfield, Collin R. Skocik, Tom Barlow, Kevin J. Bartell, Jeffrey Aaron Miller, Wayne Faust, Ryan Kinkor, John Morgan, David Tallerman, Sergei Servianov, Chrystalla Thorna, Michael Meyerhofer, Aaron Polson, and Martin Turton.

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Encounters Magazine – Volume 1 Number 4 – November/December 2010
$7.95 but $5.95 from the website and $2.99 for a PDF copy
Subscriptions – USA - $41.25; Canada $52.50; Rest of World - $96.75; PDF - $8.00 Black Matrix Publishing LLC, 1252 Redwoods Ave, #52, Grants Pass, OR 97527

Table of Contents:
Polar by Candra Hope (Science Fiction)
Swimming With Sharks by Timothy Miller (Science Fiction)
The Black Grave by Scott Hill (Fantasy)
Returns Permitted Within 30 Days by Russell James (Science Fiction)
Fermi’s Paradox by DoA Worrell (Science Fiction)
Oblivion by Naomi Johnson (Horror)
Fathermars by Jack MacKenzie (Science Fiction)
The Curator’s Delimma by William Knight (Science Fiction)
Let Sleeping Dogs Lie by Thomas Canfield (Horror)
Asteroid Eternia by Collin R. Skocik (Science Fiction)
I Regret I Must Eat You Know by Tom Barlow (Fantasy)
A Symphony of Horrors by Kevin J. Bartell (Horror)
Oumings in the Dark by Jeffrey Aaron Miller (Science Fiction)
Wind Like Dry Bones by Wayne Faust (Horror)
The All-Consuming Lie by Ryan Kinkor (Science Fiction)
Hushabye by John Morgan (Horror)
Some Theories Regarding the Current Crisis by David Tallerman (Science Fiction)
The Memory Miners by Sergei Servianov (Science Fiction)
The World of Shells by Chrystalla Thorna (Horror)
Celestial Encounters by Michael Meyerhofer (Science Fiction)
Tap, Tap by Aaron Polson (Horror)
The Best of Us All by Martin Turton (Horror)

(Source: Black Matrix)

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