Congruent Spaces Magazine, Issue 4
By Congruent Spaces
Published by Michael Camarata
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Published: April 28, 2012
Words: 11,539 (approximate)
In this issue:
Sector Seven: Grid Two-Alpha by Damian Delao, Encroachment by A.g. Synclair, Unrest in a Quantum Vacuum by Brandon Norsworthy, The Graveyard Prom by Gerard Taylor Wallace, What I Thought I Knew by Jack Coey, The Legend of Mary, Mary Quite Contrary by Albert Portune and A Perfect Lobotomy by Vin Van Zant.
Issue #4: light and shadow
Sector Seven: Grid Two-Alpha (Science Fiction) by Damian Delao
Also in this Issue:
Encroachment (Poem) by A.g. Synclair, Unrest in a Quantum Vacuum (Mainstream / Literary Fiction) by Brandon Norsworthy, The Graveyard Prom (Fantasy Fiction) by Gerard Taylor Wallace, What I Thought I Knew (Mainstream / Literary Fiction) by Jack Coey, The Legend of Mary, Mary Quite Contrary (Fantasy Fiction) by Albert Portune and A Perfect Lobotomy (Science Fiction / Fantasy) by Vin Van Zant.
poetry mainstream literary fantasy science fiction
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