Issue 2 Editorial

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Young Adult Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror: Speculation or Formula?

Readers and commentators might think that contemporary young adult fiction is nothing but formulaic romantic fantasies involving supernatural beings of one type or another in steamy scenes to stir young hearts and hormones. Read More »

free binary options demo account Red Riding Hood: Book Review by Sam Franzway

Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakely-Cartwright and David Lesley Johnson has all the appearance of a book for teenagers. However, it is no such thing. It is an AU$18.99 McHappy Meal Toy with an ISBN (978-1-907410-82-6) and nothing more. Read More »
08 April 2011 | Reviews, Scape Blog | , |    

Author Interview: Stephen Gaskell

Stephen Gaskell chats about the spec fic writing life, the inspiration for his Scape story ‘The Terrarium‘ and offers some advice for new writers.   Read More »
08 April 2011 | Scape Blog | , , |    

Issue 2 Editorial

binary options for beginners It’s been a long time coming, but Scape Issue 2 is finally here. I don’t want to make this post entirely about me, but I do feel I owe readers and contributors an explanation.  So, let’s just say that... Read More »

Young Adult Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror: Speculation or Formula?

Readers and commentators might think that contemporary young adult fiction is nothing but formulaic romantic fantasies involving supernatural beings of one type or another in steamy scenes to stir young hearts and hormones. Read More »

All Things are Full of Gods

The birds here seem upset. In the taxi from the airport I saw lots of bright-colored little flags and some chickens and lots of ravens. One of the ravens tried to tell me something but Mom was watching me... Read More »
16 October 2011 | Issue 2 | | 3 Comments   

Blue Locks

Some day, I’m going to go to college. Shawn says it’s not worth the money anymore – his student loans are the reason he started as a smuggler – but I don’t care. I just want to sit someplace... Read More »
16 October 2011 | Issue 2 | | 1 Comment   

The Dictionary’s Apprentice

Johnny-J touched the third ruined book cover, smearing the soot over the rifle.  “It sorta looks like one of the Lessonkeepers’ guns.” “I suppose,” Friedrick said, “although this one was never used to shoot a dissenter.” “What’s a dis-center?”... Read More »
16 October 2011 | Issue 2 | | No Comments   

Where the Plains Merge with the Sky

Roban’s gaze roamed the kitchen, and rested on Eleven. I shook my head without meeting his eyes. No, I hadn’t bonded. I would never feel comfortable with a grey shadow at my heels, no matter how much our custom... Read More »
16 October 2011 | Issue 2 | | 4 Comments   

Letters from the Monster Show

Ever since you first told me about the Monster Show, you’d told me about how people like to ignore it, to dismiss it, how they refused to see past the surface of it. How it was just a show... Read More »
13 September 2011 | Issue 2 | | 1 Comment   

Red Riding Hood: Book Review by Sam Franzway

Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakely-Cartwright and David Lesley Johnson has all the appearance of a book for teenagers. However, it is no such thing. It is an AU$18.99 McHappy Meal Toy with an ISBN (978-1-907410-82-6) and nothing more. Read More »
08 April 2011 | Reviews, Scape Blog | , |    

Author Interview: Stephen Gaskell

Stephen Gaskell chats about the spec fic writing life, the inspiration for his Scape story ‘The Terrarium‘ and offers some advice for new writers.   Read More »
08 April 2011 | Scape Blog | , , |    

Issue 1 Editorial

Ten years ago, a little film about a bespectacled orphan and a boarding school for magic hit cinemas.  After that, in train stations, cafes, libraries and lounge rooms the world over, books by J.K. Rowling could be found in... Read More »