Apologies for the lateness of this month’s issue. It is testament to the power of the internet that it reaches you at all, in that it is being published not from my usual desktop PC in Australia, but a laptop in a cockroach infested, mosquito ridden hotel in South America (oh the joys of cold-water shaving).
All that aside, we have more great fiction. Emily Gaskin looks at love and all its dark recesses. Christopher Rowe completes his tenant as Featured Author with the incendiary “VFD Adventures” and an illuminating interview. We have more heated exchanges in Daniel J. Bishop’s “Noldus and Vespa,” while the sting in this months tales comes from Algernon Blackwood’s “An Egyptian Hornet.”
If you can get past my fever induced introduction, you’ll enjoy this month’s issue.