What kinds of sports do aliens play? What rules do they follow, if any? What about sports injuries--ruptured tentacles, bent antennae, splintered appendages, and the like? What if the defense can read the quarterback's mind? Ooo . . .
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Stories in this issue include a journey of discovery by a young princess in "A Right To Rule," and a young man's extra-terrestrial explanation of an inexplicable event in "True Accounting." You'll also visit seas, dragons, skin art, robots, and Konstantin. Seasoned here and there with SF and Fantasy poetry, this issue of Shelter of Daylight takes you on a journey throughout the universes of the
Hungur Magazine is a semiannual journal of vampire tales in which the vampire is an alien and/or the action takes place on another world. There are other addictions besides blood--although blood will do. Both arousing and thought-provoking, each issue of Hungur Magazine takes you where no vampire has gone before.
Cassandra and Baron barely escape being abducted by shapeshifters, and a mysterious man whisks them away to safety—aboard a starslip to another galaxy. From the moons of Mahrain, to the beacon lights of Ranat and beyond, the twins flee from everyone, even their uncle, who conspires to use them for a heinous purpose. For only they can unleash the Waters of Nyr.