Issue #220
March 02, 2017

Featuring new cover art, “Pillars of the Gods” by Ward Lindhout, and a giveaway for a signed Tina Connolly short fiction collection.


Suddenwall

In the amnesty-city of Vannat, Aln Panette has let guilt go. The city of Vannat is a strict and inscrutable rulemaster, so Panette doesn't question the rules. She lives a plain, clean life. Keeps her recollections as free of the war as she can.

Ghosts of Amarana

Too many voices in my head; too many visions. But I swear Kaeler opens a small hatch in his bottom jaw, and from it he withdraws a narrow jeweler's blade, and, with a quick glance up, cuts off the top of his left middle finger.

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In the amnesty-city of Vannat, Aln Panette has let guilt go.
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