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Murky Depths #9
Edited by Terry Martin
Cover Artist: Leonard M. Giron
Review by Sam Tomaino
Murky Depths  ISBN/ITEM#: 1752-5586
Date: 24 September 2009 / Show Article /

Murky Depths #9 - The Quarterly Anthology of Graphically Dark Speculative Fiction features stories by Juliet E McKenna, Matt Finucane, Andrew Knighton, Robert E Keller, Derek Cagemann, Craig Hallam, Anthony Malone, Kevin Brown, Richard Calder, Luke Cooper, and Chris Huff.

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Murky Depths #9
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Table of Contents:
Non-Fiction:

    An interview with Paul Drummond
    Cover Script – Insight into this issue’s cover
    Plastic Life by KJ Bishop
    An interview with Juliet E McKenna
    r@t Confidential /r@t attat
    Mike Carey – Writing Competition
    Matt Wallace’s Depth Charge – The Svengali of Soc
Short Stories:
    Is This My Last Testament? By Juliet E McKenna – art by Nancy Farmer
    Complaint From The Other World by Matt Finucane – art by Dennis Pacher
    Distant Rain by Andrew Knighton – art by Smuzz
    Cancelled by Robert E Keller – art by Martin Deep
    Fast Learners by Derek Cagemann – art by Nathaniel Milljour
    March of the Broken by Craig Hallam – art by Jenna White
    Transported Man by Anthony Malone – art by Neil Struthers
    Postosuchus Kirkpatricki by Kevin Brown – art by AR Yngve
Graphic Stories:
    Dead Girls by Richard Calder – art by Leonardo M. Giron
    The Wrath of God – Part 2 by Luke Cooper
    The Escape Artist by Chris Huff – art by Riock Lundeen

(Source: Murky Depths)

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