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Fantastic Stories of the Imagination 230 September/October 2015
Edited by Warren Lapine
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantastic Stories of the Imagination eMagazine  
Date: 29 September 2015

Links: Fantastic Stories of the Imagination / Pub Info / Table of Contents /

Fantastic Stories of the Imagination is back with issue #230 with stories by Sunil Patel, Alexandra Grunberg, Dario Cirellio, Beth Caio, and Effue Selberg, along with many other features.

Fantastic Stories of the Imagination #230 with two new stories and three reprinted ones. It is available online and in an epub edition.

The first new story is "The Attic of Memories" by Sunil Patel. -+- Our narrator is a woman named Jacinda who travels all over the galaxy. Each place she goes, is another memory in another box to be stored in her attic. We get to see some of them. Very nicely done!

The second new story is "I Miss Flowers" by Alexandra Grunberg. -+- Our narrator is immortal and kept in a tube. She can open her eyes and see and wonders what has become of the world...and whether there are still flowers. Good story!

There are also three reprinted stories: "Elvis Has Left the Building" by Dario Cirellio, "Cartographer's Ink" by Beth Caio, and "Ro-Sham-Bot" by Effie Seiberg. I do not review reprinted stories but I hope you enjoy them.

The stories in Fantastic Stories of the Imagination are always available, you can check them out at their website (see the link at the top of this review).

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