BCS #130 is out, featuring two dark pieces, one by a multiple-time BCS author and one by an author new to the magazine.

M. Bennardo (“The Penitent” in BCS #122 and “After Compline, Silence Falls” in BCS #107) returns with “The Black Veil,” a short but dark piece.

Hannah Strom-Martin pens “Now Ix, He Was a Lover,” a tale of quiet struggle.

The BCS Audio Fiction Podcast is “BCS 111: The Goblin King’s Concubine ” by Raphael Ordoñez, an odd jungle romp guest-read by narrator and BCS author Dan Rabarts.

The ‘From the Archives’ story with BCS #130 is “Child of Sunlight, Woman of Blood” by Tina Connolly, from BCS #31, another tale of perseverance.

Next issue will be our Fifth Anniversary Double-Issue! And we’ll have a special announcement the week before, next week, about an ebook sale...

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