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the genre's premiere review magazine for short SF & Fantasy since 1993
Blood, Blade & Thruster
Blood, Blade & Thruster: The Magazine of Speculative Fiction and Satire

"Do you have a sense of humor? If I mention The Spanish Inquisition, is the first thing which comes into your mind a Monty Python skit? If I say the number "42" do you think Douglas Adams before anything? Splendid, then we can do business.

"Mostly, we have stories. We love stories. Funny stories, strange stories, dark stories, and stories about true things (what those true things are is really up to you, isn't it?) we like to read.

"We're somewhere on the map between Realms of Fantasy and The Onion, and we're pretty comfortable here. We hope you are too, and we hope you aren't creeped out by us suddenly speaking in the plural. Be assured that it is the Imperial 'we' and you have nothing to worry about."

Editor-In-Chief: Earl B. Morris
Editors: Lucien Spelman and Kennedy Smith

Subscriptions: www.bbtmagazine.com/subscriptions.htm

Blood, Blade, & Thruster #2

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“War of Cosmic Insignificance” by David M. Fitzpatrick
“The Reluctant Zombie” by Walt Trizna
“Azieran: Kaibur The Rotund” by Christopher Heath
“From a Vampire Film Review” by Kris Ashton
“Sexo” by J. R. Cain

Blood, Blade & Thruster, #1, Fall 2006

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"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