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About Daniel Rosen
I write speculative fiction and swing jazz. I was born on a small farm in northern Minnesota, where I learned how to split wood, cook maple syrup, and care for a wide variety of animals. Every minute I could spare went straight into reading speculative fiction. Eventually I started writing it, and the rest is history, assuming you don't count my stints as fraternity member or yoga instructor or federally licensed grain inspector.
You can find more of my stories and music on my website, here:
Titles By Daniel Rosen
Beasties." Find something unsettling at every turn, from rising
primordical monsters and gods to murderous supernatural predators and
vengeful soul-hungry demons.
There's plenty of dark comedy too, with gamblers who race unusual
beasts, ogres who run cooking podcasts, horrifically dysfunctional
families, and unhinged sorcerers.
An international group of new and established contributors to "Strange
Beasties" makes this an original and varied collection that is sure to
please fans of science fiction/fantasy, humor, and horror. Writers
include Bruce Arthurs, John Sunseri, Philip John Schweitzer, Tim
Jeffreys, Sarah Tchernev, Lucy Harlow, Philip Brian Hall, Jean Graham,
Marc E. Fitch, Christa Carmen, Isobel Horsburgh, Paulo Da Silva, Jeff
Hewitt, Wulf Moon, Daniel Rosen, Brenton Clark, John J. Kennedy, and
Brian Trent. Foreword by Lizz-Ayn Shaarawi.
Join us for an exhilarating ride through uncharted dark territory--and
keep an eye out for strange beasties.
As the leaves turn to brown or the blossom appears (Northern or Southern hemispheres) we have some great new stories, interview with Simon Mordem, a freshly minted column by Ruth EJ Booth, poetry from Andrew Blair and Ruth Aylett. We have a fine selection of book reviews, a new comic from Stuart Beel, and our journey through classic Scottish science fiction continues with George MacDonald. And not forgetting our regular brain bender, Parabolic Puzzles.
And finally, we meet Sara Julia's friend, who has featured on the cover of Shoreline of Infinity Issues 2 - 5.
The Revolution Will Be Catered—Iain Maloney
Possible Side Effects—Adam Connors
Nothing to Fear—Nat Newman
When There is no Sun—Craig Thomson
Phatastes (extract)— George MacDonald
SF Poetry by Andrew Blair and Ruth Aylett
Interview: Simon Morden, interviewed by Gary Dalkin
Noise and Sparks, Ruth EJ Booth
SF Caledonia by Monica Burns on George MacDonald
Parabolic Puzzles by Paul Holmes.
The 1000 Year Reich by Ian Watson
Invisible Planets: Collected Fiction by Hannu Rajaniemi
The Transition by R J Tomlin
Behind The Throne by K.B. Wagers
Nod by Adrian Barnes
Shoreline of Infinity is also available from Amazon, Apple iBookstore and other ebook distribution sites.
Print edition also available from Amazon, and can also be ordered through any bookshop on the planet.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Words from the Editor-in-Chief—Jason Sizemore
The Beast at the End of Time — Benjanun Sriduangkaew
The Four Gardens of Fate — Betsy Phillips
Anabaptist — Daniel Rosen
On the Occasion of My Retirement — Nick Mamatas
Glitch Rain (Novel Excerpt) — Alex Livingston
Interview with Author Benjanun Sriduangkaew — Andrea Johnson
Interview with David Demaret, Cover Artist — Russell Dickerson
Calabash — Mike Jewett
Arrhythmia — Heather Morris
Little and Red — Crystal Lynn Hilbert
Paper Unicorn — Laurel Dixon
“Mr. Cicada” by Garrick Fincham
“The Junkman” by Nicholas Stillman
“Koi” by Jes Rausch
“Diaspora” by Daniel Rosen
“On a Frail Branch Bending” by Kaitlin McCloughan
“There Was a Crash” by Izmaire Todd
"Adiophoria" by William B. Squirrell
The Colored Lens strives to do exactly that. By publishing four to five short stories and serialized novellas a quarter in genres ranging from fantasy, to science fiction, to slipstream or magical realism, we hope to help our readers see the world just a bit differently than before they came to us.
Featuring works by Julie Jackson, Imogen Cassidy, Jamie Lackey, J. C. Conway, Kristen Hatten, Jenni Moody, Jarod K. Anderson, Daniel Rosen, R.E. Awan, Judith Field, Bo Balder, and Diane Kenealy.
Edited by Dawn Lloyd and Daniel Scott