"Inner Huff" by Matthew Hughes is another in his series about a 'collective unconscious' from where our myths come. Guth Bandar is 'traveling' on one of the lands and winds up being turned into a pig by an enchantress. This limits his ability to talk and escape back to reality. We are treated to versions of an old story about pigs, a wolf and what 'huff' is referring to. "Dutch" by Richard Mueller is a story about the men who used to ride the rails. A railroad man named Red encounters such a man in Dutch. He discovers the man's tragic story and why he cannot leave the rails. The story ends on an uplifting and redemptory note.

In this collection of short, sharp, satirical gems, Paul Di Filippo-noted for his own fiction and criticism, which gives him an insider's perspective-turns a keen eye on the foibles, fallacies, fads and failures of science fiction the industry, mining comedic gold from the gaffes, pomposities and pretensions of authors, publicists, reviewers, publishers, editors, fans, librarians and bookstore owners.   Read more... Rating: based on 1 rating(s) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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Current Issue  • Departments  • Bibliography Plumage from Pegasus
by Paul Di Filippo
The London-Ehrenreich School of Applied Textual Fortitude

"Inner Huff" by Matthew Hughes is another in his series about a 'collective unconscious' from where our myths come. Guth Bandar is 'traveling' on one of the lands and winds up being turned into a pig by an enchantress. This limits his ability to talk and escape back to reality. We are treated to versions of an old story about pigs, a wolf and what 'huff' is referring to. "Dutch" by Richard Mueller is a story about the men who used to ride the rails. A railroad man named Red encounters such a man in Dutch. He discovers the man's tragic story and why he cannot leave the rails. The story ends on an uplifting and redemptory note.

In this collection of short, sharp, satirical gems, Paul Di Filippo-noted for his own fiction and criticism, which gives him an insider's perspective-turns a keen eye on the foibles, fallacies, fads and failures of science fiction the industry, mining comedic gold from the gaffes, pomposities and pretensions of authors, publicists, reviewers, publishers, editors, fans, librarians and bookstore owners.   Read more... Rating: based on 1 rating(s) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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"Inner Huff" by Matthew Hughes is another in his series about a 'collective unconscious' from where our myths come. Guth Bandar is 'traveling' on one of the lands and winds up being turned into a pig by an enchantress. This limits his ability to talk and escape back to reality. We are treated to versions of an old story about pigs, a wolf and what 'huff' is referring to. "Dutch" by Richard Mueller is a story about the men who used to ride the rails. A railroad man named Red encounters such a man in Dutch. He discovers the man's tragic story and why he cannot leave the rails. The story ends on an uplifting and redemptory note.

"Inner Huff" by Matthew Hughes is another in his series about a 'collective unconscious' from where our myths come. Guth Bandar is 'traveling' on one of the lands and winds up being turned into a pig by an enchantress. This limits his ability to talk and escape back to reality. We are treated to versions of an old story about pigs, a wolf and what 'huff' is referring to. "Dutch" by Richard Mueller is a story about the men who used to ride the rails. A railroad man named Red encounters such a man in Dutch. He discovers the man's tragic story and why he cannot leave the rails. The story ends on an uplifting and redemptory note.

In this collection of short, sharp, satirical gems, Paul Di Filippo-noted for his own fiction and criticism, which gives him an insider's perspective-turns a keen eye on the foibles, fallacies, fads and failures of science fiction the industry, mining comedic gold from the gaffes, pomposities and pretensions of authors, publicists, reviewers, publishers, editors, fans, librarians and bookstore owners.   Read more... Rating: based on 1 rating(s) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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Current Issue  • Departments  • Bibliography Plumage from Pegasus
by Paul Di Filippo
The London-Ehrenreich School of Applied Textual Fortitude

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