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“Amid the Steep Sky’s Commotion”

“Amid the Steep Sky’s Commotion” is batting leadoff in the June 2015 issue of Beyond Science Fiction. Get your copy here!

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“Amid The Steep Sky’s Commotion”

Way back in 2010, Khimairal Ink published “Amid the Steep Sky’s Commotion: a Tale of the Airship Ozymandias”. The story has been given new life by Marshal Latham and the Journey Into podcast, where it’s been performed by a full … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Agatha H. and the Airship City”, by Phil and Kaja Foglio

Agatha H., in one sentence: it’s a fun book. I immensely enjoyed reading it. It’s a madcap comic adventure combined with steampunk (or “gaslamp”, as the authors say on their site), a little Bas-Lag, and some well-used adventure fantasy tropes. … Continue reading

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“Amid the Steep Sky’s Commotion”

“Amid the Steep Sky’s Commotion” appeared in Volume 7 Issue 1 of Khimairal Ink, a journal of lesbian fiction. The link above is a PDF of the entire issue. Amid the Steep Sky’s Commotion

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