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Black Gate – Number 11 by John O'Neill
Edited by John O'Neill
Cover Artist: Alessandra Kelley
Review by Sam Tomaino
Black Gate  ISBN/ITEM#: 1531-7854
Date: 25 November 2007

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Black Gate is back with issue #11 and stories by James Enge, Martha Wells, Iain Rowan, Ben Wolcott and others.

From official release/information:

Black Gate – Number 11 (Volume 2, Number 5), Summer 2007
Editor – John O'Neill
Published quarterly by New Epoch Press, Inc, 815 Oak Street, St. Charles, IL 60174
US-Sample issue - $10, one year (4 issues) - $29.95, two years (8 issues) - $55 Canada – Sample - $16, one year - $49, two years - $106 (in US funds)

Table of Contents:
Fiction:

    Where Beauty Lies in Wait by Peadar O Guilin
    The Lawless Hours by James Enge
    The Wizard's Daily Horoscope by Maria V. Snyder
    Holy Places by Martha Wells
    From the Heart of the Earth to the Peaks of the Sky by Iain Rowan
    The Mudslinger by David Evan Harris
    Soulthief by Ben Wolcott
    The Entrance of Bob Into Valhalla by William I Lengeman III
    The Naturalist, Part II: An Incident at Gray's Works by Mark Sumner
Features: Fictional Losses: Neglected Stories from the SF Magazines by Rich Horton
Columns:
    Gaming: Fantasy Game Reviews edited by Howard Andrew Jones
    Reviews – Thoughts on the Latest Fantasy Books
Departments:
    Editorial: How to Succeed in Business by John O'Neill
    Letters
    Back Issue Sale!
    Knights of the Dinner Table: The Java Joint by Jolly Blackburn, Steve Johansson & John O'Neill
    Next Issue & Subscriptions

(Source: Black Gate)

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