The Two Devils Review

Dec 30th, 2007 (5 minute read)

David B. Riley sends us The Two Devils for review, published by LBF Books in 2005, featuring the adventures of Miles O’Maley, his horse Paul, and the machinations of Satan and Ah Puch — ed. N.E. Lilly

Command Performance

Jan 6th, 2008 (18 minute read)

After the American frontier closed, wild west shows traveled the world bringing the myth of the West to the rest of the world. Many ringmasters found themselves performing for unconventional audiences. This story first appeared in Science Fiction Trails (#1), edited by David B. Riley and published by Pirate Dog Press. — ed, N.E. Lilly

A Llama’s Tale

Jan 27th, 2008 (19 minute read)

Why is it always horses? Billions of planets, and yet the major mode of transportation always seems to be split between a horse or some alien beastie that may as well be a horse. Kudos to Shauna Roberts for thinking outside the box. — ed, N.E. Lilly

Finding Serenity Review

Feb 10th, 2008 (6 minute read)

Kenneth J. Newquist brings us a review of Jane Espenson’s unauthorized anthology of essays based on Joss Whedon’s Firefly ’verse. — ed, N.E. Lilly

Redemption Cairn

Feb 17th, 2008 (62 minute read)

In this tale, originally published in the March 1936 issue of Astounding Stories, Stanley G. Weinbaum gives us the three “R’s” of a good Space Western: Revenge, Redemption, and Romance. — ed, N.E. Lilly

Texas Fold’em

Feb 24th, 2008 (20 minute read)

Lawrence M. Schoen sends us a stand alone story from the Amazing Conroy universe, featuring Conroy’s friend the professional gambler known as Left-John Mocker. It first appeared in the December 2006 issue of nanobisoned, N.E. Lilly