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Blood, Blade, and Thruster - Fall 2006
BBT Zine  ISBN/ITEM#: BBTFall06
Date: Fall 2006 /

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Blood, Blade & Thruster BBT, Magazine, Vol. 1, Number 1, Fall 2006
Table of Contents: Fiction: Almost Heroic by S.J. Pierce * The Most Selfish Man in All of Stretford by Gregory Adams * Princess Lily's Wedding by Robert J. Santa * Some Units Like It Heated by Blake Hutchins * Changing for Dinner by Kathleen Wallace * Making Up for Lost Time by James Harris Non-Fiction: Reviews * Flashback by James Palmer * The Letters of Earl B. Morris * Riley Martin is Going to Space...And He's Taking You with Him by Kennedy Smith * Neil Gaiman Goes Nubian with BBT by Lucien Spelman & Kennedy Smith * Confessions of An Unrepentant Fanboy by James Palmer

Published Quarterly by BBT Magazine. PO Box 812252 Wellesley Square, MA 02482-0016. Website.

This is a new magazine and is very well produced. All the stories got a Very Good from me. This is entirely satirical magazine and all the stories are funny.

"Almost Heroic" by S.J. Pierce is the story of a sad-sack warrior who is being used as a messenger boy. Thieves, thinking he has something worth stealing, run him through with a sword. Actually, things improve for him there. In "The Most Selfish Man In All Of Stretford", Gregory Adams gives us a story of a man who is such an ardent soccer fan that even a "Monkey's Paw" type curse cannot defeat him. Robert J. Santa's "Princess Lily's Wedding" is a hilarious tale about a princess who just MUST marry her frog prince.

"Some Units Like It Heated" by Blake Hutchins is a funny little story of an alien who chooses the disguise of Marilyn Monroe to explore Earth. "Changing For Dinner" by Kathleen Wallace is a funny one-pager about a couple preparing for a night out. Last, "Making Up For Lost Time" by James Harris is the story of a 19th century clockmaker's last work, not a very heart-warming object!

So I'd like to see this magazine succeed! Go to their website and order a copy. Highly recommended!

(Source: BBT)

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