BCS #115 is out today.  It has a new story by Adam Callaway set in his Lacuna city/world, the same strange setting as his previous BCS stories “Walls of Paper, Soft as Skin” in BCS #73 (reprinted in Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2012) and “The Magic of Dark and Hollow Places” in BCS #96.

Alongside “Sate My Thirst with Ink and Blood” is a story of a boy’s odd apprenticeship and a strange temple: “The Language of True Things” by Nick Scorza.

The BCS Audio Fiction Podcast episode is the Adam Callaway story, BCS 098: Sate My Thirst with Ink and Blood. His previous two BCS Lacuna city/world stories were also BCS Audio Fiction Podcasts, BCS 063: Walls of Paper, Soft as Skin and BCS 083: The Magic of Dark and Hollow Places.

Our From the Archives story is “Transitions of Truth and Tears” by David G. Blake, from BCS #59; a tale of a young man tangled in temple theology.

Our next issue will feature two returning BCS authors, Margaret Ronald and A.B. Treadwell, and new cover art, so look for that in a fortnight.

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