Inaccurate Realities is a literary magazine for young adults and the young at heart. There is no denying that people of all ages are now reading YA, but when we looked around we noticed a significant lack of publications focusing on YA short fiction – especially genre fiction. Our emphasis here at Inaccurate Realities is on speculative fiction, in all its forms. Science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, horror, dystopian, steampunk, cyberpunk, alternate history and everything in between.
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Volume 5: Monsters
What is a monster? Are they the creatures that haunt our nightmares? Or do they live in the back of our closet and go bump in the night? These stories explore monsters in their various forms, from the traditional, to the otherworldly, to the ones that could be walking among us.
Volume 4: Superpowers
If you could have any superpower what would you choose? And how would you use that power – would you be a hero? Or a villain? Or are those words simply a matter of perspective? These stories take classic science fiction and make it someone’s brave new reality.
Volume 3: Magic
Witches and wizards, magic spells and potions. Incantations, ceremonies and rituals. Or even something as simple as a conjurer’s tricks. Magic is something that defies logic and amazes us. And for all of you who are more science fiction minded remember Arthur C Clarke once said: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”
Volume 2: Time Travel
Volume 2 of Inaccurate Realities features five new stories that play with the wibbly wobbly structure that is time. They take us back through history, into an unknown future and much more. Who knows what you'll find when all of time and space is open to you!
Volume 1: Fear
The first volume of Inaccurate Realities - a new Young Adult speculative fiction magazine.
The stuff of nightmares. Those things that go bump in the night. We want you to confront your fears. What scares you the most? What keeps you up at night?
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