Alt Hist Issue 3: The Magazine of Historical Fiction and Alternate History

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Alt Hist is the leading biannual magazine dedicated to publishing the very best short stories from the historical fiction and alternate history genres.
The third issue of Alt Hist includes two stories about the American Civil War, one about the great Tesla, a tale of post-war revenge set in Dublin, and a compelling story about the early years of the space race. More

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Published by Alt Hist Press
Words: 22,800
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465753168
About Mark Lord

Mark Lord studied Medieval Studies at the University of Birmingham and wrote his M. Phil. Thesis on Medieval Alliterative Poetry. Since then he has worked in publishing and writes historical fiction, fantasy and science fiction in his spare time.

Mark is the author of the novels Hell has its Demons, The Return of the Free and numerous short stories. He is also editor of the popular Alt Hist magazine - one of the few literary magazines to focus exclusively on historical fiction and alternate history.

He lives in Hertfordshire with his family.

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Reviews

Review by: Leonid Korogodski on Dec. 20, 2011 :
This magazine is a find for an alternate history fan. I have enjoyed this issue. I especially like the story by Seamus Sweeney, with its emotionally moving conclusion, and Matthew Warner's unusual protagonist. The other stories too are worth a read.
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)

Review by: Pippa Roberts on Dec. 15, 2011 : (no rating)
I really enjoyed this and the content was very varied, with no two stories alike. My favourite was 'Riders on the Storm,' by Arlan Andrews, which struck me as very original -with quite a neat twist at the end. Overall an excellent standard. Look forward to seeing more. :)
(reviewed 34 days after purchase)

Review by: Anna Sykora on Nov. 15, 2011 :
If you enjoy unique and compelling speculative tales set in vivid eras of historical conflict, this collection is for you. I particularly enjoyed the two U.S. Civil War tales: "Riders on the Storm," with its wildly imaginative premise, and "Bummers," which realistically portrays a little-known facet of that war... The other three tales are also dramatic and very well-written, and really made me think. Thanks to editor Mark Lord for this stunning issue, and I hope there will be many more to come.

Anna Sykora
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