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Coming In Issue 224
A Bushmeat Addiction
by Wes Parish
A Kernel of Wisdom
by Michael T. Schaper
A Self Long Forgotten
by Ariel Braago
Breathe, Little Greel
by George Nikolopoulos
by Matthew Harrison
Drawing Down The Demon
by Nick Clark
by Rob Riel
No More Doors, No More Windows
by Andrew Kozma
by Griffyn Goodall
One Universe At A Time
by Kevin J. Phuland
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Flesh Is Frost Is Dust — by Colby Smith
Air And Water — by Pamela Jeffs
Panel presentation "The Fall & Rise Of The Short Story", at Contact 2016 — Simon Brown, Angela Slatter, Cat Sparks, Tehani Wessely, Rob Taylor (part 4)
Waking Up In The Woods — by Jason Bougger
No Greater Love — by Wes Parish
Panel presentation "The Fall & Rise Of The Short Story", at Contact 2016 — Simon Brown, Angela Slatter, Cat Sparks, Tehani Wessely, Rob Taylor (part 5)
The Guests — by Calvin Demmer
Successful — by Michael Zhao
Panel presentation "The Fall & Rise Of The Short Story", at Contact 2016 — Simon Brown, Angela Slatter, Cat Sparks, Tehani Wessely, Rob Taylor (part 6)
The Orphan Mayor — by Willem Myra
Across The Glass — by Marcelo Rinesi
Imperfect Future Past — by Ed Errington
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There’s no real objection to escapism, in the right places… We all want to escape occasionally. But science fiction is often very far from escapism, in fact you might say that science fiction is escape into reality… It’s a fiction which does concern itself with real issues: the origin of man; our future. In fact I can’t think of any form of literature which is more concerned with real issues, reality.