[FREE DOWNLOAD - EVERY COPY IS SIGNED BY ALL THE FICTION AUTHORS AND THERE IS AN "ABOUT THE STORY" COLUMN AFTER EACH PIECE OF FICTION] FREE DOWNLOAD HERE: http://internationalsf.wordpress.com/...International Speculative Fiction (“ISF”) is an e-zine with free online distribution every 3 months featuring Speculative Fiction of International authors, especially non-anglophon[FREE DOWNLOAD - EVERY COPY IS SIGNED BY ALL THE FICTION AUTHORS AND THERE IS AN "ABOUT THE STORY" COLUMN AFTER EACH PIECE OF FICTION] FREE DOWNLOAD HERE: http://internationalsf.wordpress.com/...International Speculative Fiction (“ISF”) is an e-zine with free online distribution every 3 months featuring Speculative Fiction of International authors, especially non-anglophone.ISF will publish 3 to 4 short stories per number, as well as one article and one interview!ISF#1 TOCFICTION:METAL CAN LANTERNS - JOYCE CHNGROCHITA LOENEN-RUIZ - 59 BEADS MARIAN TRUTA - HUNT BENEATH THE MOONNON FICTION:STANISLAW LEM - P.K.DICK, A VISIONARY AMONG THE CHARLATANS...
|Title||:||International Speculative Fiction ISF 1|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
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International Speculative Fiction ISF 1 Reviews
Metal Can Lanterns is one of the sweetest stories I've ever read. It reminds us that there are some things that we must preserve and save in our memories so they will never die. This is a story to be read in one of those winter nights when you are staring at the fireplace and thinking about past times. It is impossible not to smile. I loved it.59 Beads is a sad story. When you finish reading it, you will feel upset and angry, but mostly gloomy. You only have your sister; she gets sick and you put all your effort in getting her healthy. The solution is quite simple: You basically sell your soul to the devil and she gets the treatment. However, there are no guarantees! What would you do? Give up on your freedom or let her die? It's an interesting story, albeit the set-up is quite cliché. Still, the concept of Dollygirls was interesting enough for me to keep on reading.Hunt beneath the Moon bring us a supernatural world. Here we meet a hunter and a supernatural creature, the Hind. Somewhere nearby is a book that prevents the Hinds from being captured by the hunters and, naturally, the Hind wants that book -- however, it's the hunter who possesses it, and he is her mortal enemy. The story starts very well and awakens the curiosity of the reader, but soon it becomes too confusing. It's easy to get lost in the dialogue and the end of the story isn't well executed. It may have potential, but the Greek legend should've been better explored.
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A good solid collection of international science fiction and fantasy stories from non-anglophone writers but presented in English.