For a nice pulp-like dose of SFF fiction, you could do a lot worse than to try out Cirsova Magazine. Issue #9 is out now! You can grab the ebook for only $2.99 (or for free with Amazon Prime), and the real life, hold it in your hands paperback for only $8.50.
And here’s the contents of Cirsova #9. (Click here to see it on Amazon now!)
- All That Glitters, by Paul Lucas
- The Orb of Xarkax, by Xavier Lastra
- The Faerie Pool, by Edward McDermott
- Our Lords, the Swine, by N.A. Roberts
- The Bejeweled Chest, by S.K. Inkslinger
- Jack’s Basement, by Michael Tierney
- Antares, by PC Bushi
- Cirque des Etoiles, by Bo Balder
- Hot Water in Wormtown, by Robert Lang
- Littermates (Part 2 of 2), by J.D. Brink
I’ve been meaning to get back to a few different blog posts that have been swimming in my brain, but just haven’t found the time. TIME, as I always say, is THE most precious resource. It disappears second by second, constantly, never stops leaving and never comes back. SUCKS, don’t it?
But you know what doesn’t suck?
CIRSOVA Magainze! It’s one of the big pulp rev titles that are bringing back sci-fi, fantasy, and mystery that is written to be FUN. All the big literary SFF mags want stories that are politically correct and have the big thrust as something that your English teacher would like.
But most of us aren’t English teachers. We what about the rest of us?!
Cirsova is for the rest of us.
And to ensure there’s a Volume Two to this magazine, we need a few more people to care. And, frankly, to show they care by contributing a couple bucks. And/or telling some other folks they know who aren’t English teachers (or are—they like this stuff too, they just can’t admit to it!) about it too.
GO HERE to Kickstarter and see what you can buy for your couple bucks. And help keep this indie mag going and keep giving indie authors somewhere to publish!
Hey, everybody. If you enjoy short fiction of the sci-fi, fantasy, and adventure variety, you might want to stop by Kickstarter right now and throw in a little support. Cirsova Magazine has been churning out fantastic fiction for years now, and will continue to do so with issues 9 & 10, due to come out this fall.
But as an indie publication trying to make it in the big bad world of giant publishers and Youtube millionaires, they can only keep pumping if they have the support of us, the little guys!
If you’re feeling generous and/or just want to support the underdog and give us indie writers and editors a little push, they visit Kickstarter by clicking here.