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About Eric S. Fomley
Eric Fomley is a short fiction writer from Garrett, Indiana. His fiction has been published in places like Galaxy’s Edge, Daily Science Fiction, Flame Tree Press, and The Black Library. You can follow Eric on his website ericfomley.com or on Twitter @PrinceGrimdark.
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ISSUE 38: May 2019
Mike Resnick, Editor
Taylor Morris, Copyeditor
Shahid Mahmud, Publisher
Stories by: Emily McCosh James Reinebold Kristine Kathryn Rusch D.A. Xiaolin Spires Alex Shvartsman Robert Silverberg Eric S. Fomley Rachelle Harp Todd McCaffrey Eric Leif Davin Nina Kiriki Hoffman Michael Swanwick
Serialization: Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Charles Sheffield
Columns by: Robert J. Sawyer, Gregory Benford
Recommended Books: Richard Chwydyk
Interview: Joy Ward interviews Gordon Van Gelder
Galaxy’s Edge is a bi-monthly magazine published by Phoenix Pick, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Arc Manor, an award winning independent press based in Maryland. Each issue of the magazine has a mix of new and old stories, a serialization of a novel, columns by Robert J. Sawyer and Gregory Benford, book recommendations by Bill Fawcett and Jody Lynn Nye and an interview conducted by Joy Ward.
Robert Lee Beers - A hardboiled P.I. and his partner must find their way back to the present from 1906 San Francisco before the Big One hits, dodging gunslingers and the risk of changing history, with only a drunken misanthropic wizard to help them...
James Blakey - A sheriff must question a colourful cast of characters to discover who has stolen a unicorn rancher's herd...
Zach Chapman - A card-cheating Spellslinger must duel a mysterious Green Gunslinger to his damnation or salvation...
Sara Codair - Two Martian sheriffs must stop a gang of outlaws from stealing a settlement's precious water, if they can keep their marriage together long enough to do it...
Eric S. Fomley - A marshal comes to town seeking an outlaw, but neither he nor the outlaw are the ordinary kind...
Milo James Fowler – Heroic Coyote Cal, the witch Donna Jamieson, and his faithful sidekick Big Yap, must stop a monster from ravaging the livestock and people of a town in the western desert...
Ron S. Friedman - A WWI pilot shot down over the Amazon must survive Germans, crazy scientists, the jungle and dinosaurs...
Carrie Gessner - An elven veteran is called back to face her demons when a little girl is snatched to serve the army that destroyed her...
Paul Alex Gray - The heir to the Bourbon Throne must earn coin in America to overthrow the French Republic and reclaim his birthright, so he builds a fantastic contraption to aid him...
Jude-Marie Green - Sorceress Jane Smith knows her partner Donna Quick is quite mad, but she follows her anyway...
Brent A. Harris - Marshal Bass Reeves has been asked for help by a desperate frontier settlement beleaguered by a dragon...
Ethan Hedman - A wandering gunfighter inherits an enchanted weapon, but it's broken...
Joachim Heijndermans - Two outlaws hole up in a quiet town full of terrified townsfolk, but all is not as it seems...
Russell Hemmell - Two investigators must discover why an entire colony in the Kuiper Belt has disappeared, leaving nothing but an anachronistic western frontier town in its place...
Liam Hogan - A young outlaw is hunted by an implacable mechanical foe...
G. Scott Huggins - A blacksmith with ghostly allies receives an unusual, and dangerous, client...
Sean Jones - The last Norse descendant in North America, who swears vengeance on the Comanche for killing his wife and village, is given supernatural aid by the Navajo...
Mackenzie Kincaid - Junior died helping Pa maintain the fence against the Somethings, so now 12-year-old Jane must take his place...
R. Daniel Lester - An old tap-dancing celebrity defaults on the payments for his magical shoes, and a repo agent has come to collect...
Diane Morrison - Two young elven Gunslingers must stop a cannibal spirit before it, or the blizzard it brings, kills everyone they know...
Diana L. Paxson - A painter journeys to the Rockies to paint landscapes, and stumbles upon an ancient mystery...
Claire Ryan - Rollo is going to get her giant slug herd in to market, come hell or high water, monster or no monster...
Ricardo Victoria - An ex-spellslinger has taken up a career as a travelling salesbeing of a newfangled weapon called a "rifle"...
Stanley B. Webb - A U.S. Marshal must stop a notorious outlaw who may or may not be a dragon...
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These stories range from 100 to 1,600 words and appeared previously in places like Daily Science Fiction, Galaxy’s Edge, and Flame Tree Press.
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ISSUE 44: May 2020
Lezli Robyn, Editor
Taylor Morris, Copyeditor
Shahid Mahmud, Publisher
Stories by: Deborah L. Davitt, Eric Miller, Ron Toland, Joe Haldeman, Eric S. Fomley, Robert J. Sawyer, Larry Hodges, William Meikle, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Robert N. Stephenson, J. Scott Coatsworth, Mike Resnick
Serialization: Midnight at the Well of Souls by Jack L. Chalker
Columns by: Gregory Benford, L. Penelope
Recommended Books: Richard Chwedyk
Interview: Lezli Robyn interviews Melinda M. Snodgrass
Galaxy’s Edge is a bi-monthly magazine published by Phoenix Pick, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Arc Manor, an award winning independent press based in Maryland. Each issue of the magazine has a mix of new and old stories, a serialization of a novel, columns by Robert J. Sawyer and Gregory Benford, book recommendations by Richard Chwydyk and an interview conducted by Joy Ward.
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Ed Ahern - The Service Call
Eric Choi - Most Valuable Player
George Nikolopoulos - The Sin of Envy
Gerri Leen - Floating in My Tin Can
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Henry Szabranski - In The Maze Of His Infinities
Holly Schofield - Tough Crowd
James Dorr - The Cyclops
Jeremy Szal - When There's Only Dust Left
Jez Patterson - Between Two Distant Shores There Lies Space For an Ocean of Troubles
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Ken Liu - The Plague
Kevin J. Anderson - Job Qualifications
Laird Long - The Last Racist
Liam Hogan - Remembrance Day
Lina Rather - Last Long Night
Michelle Ann King - God State
Mike Murphy - About Time
Mike Resnick & Lezli Robyn - Benchwarmer
Rhonda Eikamp - Angels Behaving Badly
Robert Silverberg - Flies
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ISSUE 43: March 2020
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Taylor Morris, Copyeditor
Shahid Mahmud, Publisher
Stories by: Gerri Leen, Andrew Peery, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Morgan Welch, Robert J. Sawyer, Larry Hodges, Eric Leif Davin, Eric S. Fomley, Philip Brian Hall, Joe Haldeman, George Nikolopoulos, J. Scott Coatsworth, Eleanor R. Wood, Janis Ian, Alex Shvartsman, Mike Resnick
Columns by: Carol Resnick, Robert J. Sawyer, Gregory Benford
Recommended Books by Richard Chwedyk
Interview: Joy Ward interviews Mike Resnick
Appreciations of Mike Resnick by various
Galaxy’s Edge is a bi-monthly magazine published by Phoenix Pick, the science fiction and fantasy imprint of Arc Manor, an award-winning independent press based in Maryland. Each issue of the magazine has a mix of new and old stories, a serialization of a novel, columns by Robert J. Sawyer and Gregory Benford, book recommendations by Richard Chwydyk and an interview conducted by Joy Ward.