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This month we have original fantasy by new writer Brooke Bolander “Her Words Like Hunting Vixens Spring” and Fantasy favorite Genevieve Valentine “The Gravedigger of Konstan Spring” and fantasy reprints by Chris Willrich “The Mermaid and the Mortal Thing” and the legendary Robert Silverberg ?. Brooke Bolander Her Words Like Hunting Vixens Spring 5 starsI just wish this came from Tor so it would have one of their fabulous cover images because this story really deserves an awesome painting of Rosa riding with her foxesFranz Marc

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Lightspeed Magazine February 2012

All that plus our artist showcase our usual assortment of author spotlights and feature interviews with bestselling authors Chuck Palahniuk and Daniel H Wilson And for our ebook readers our ebook exclusive novella this month is the dark brutal tour de force “Hands Up Who Wants to Die” by Lucius Shepar. Available for free online dark fable full of Oh no they didn t moments A remote Alaskan town has discovered the fountain of youth It s not uite clear why such a place would insist on advertising to hire a gravedigger but the opening line explains There was something civilized about a town that could bury its dead if they stayed dead so hire a gravedigger they do Of course then the townspeople need something for him to do it s not right for a man to be unable to ply his trade is it Clever and disturbing

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?Not Our Brother” Plus we have original science fiction by Keith Brooke “War 301” and bestselling author Carrie Vaughn “Harry and Marlowe and the Talisman of the Cult of Egil” plus SF reprints by award winning authors Gregory Benford “Dark Sanctuary” and Kristine Kathryn Rusch “Craters”. Review for Her Words Like Hunting Vixens Spring by Brooke Bolander 14 pages The first fox to come clawing up and out of her throat is a sleek gray thing with enormous ears and eyes like drops of crude The Day My Beau Tried To Kill Me September 17th 1880 A story of revenge Old Wild West style With the help of a bruja Rosa has unusual assistants on her hunt for her serial killing ex fianc Bolander seems to like mixing her heroines with fantastical beastsEnjoyable easy read Nothing too surprising Nice visualsCan be read for free here


10 thoughts on “Lightspeed Magazine February 2012

  1. says:

    This is an intriguing and well written fantastical short story sort of Old West posse melded with Diana the Huntress by way of Toads and Diamonds and Bluebeard and with a Hispanic heroine but Brooke Bolander turns it into something uniue Rosa is on the hunt for her former boyfriend a serial killer who tried to

  2. says:

    Brooke Bolander “Her Words Like Hunting Vixens Spring” 5 starsI just wish this came from Tor so it would have

  3. says:

    Her Words Like Hunting Vixens Springby BROOKE BOLANDERReminds me of Ursula Vernon without uite as much magichttpwwwlightspeedmagazi

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    Review for “Her Words Like Hunting Vixens Spring“ by Brooke Bolander 14 pages “The first fox to come clawing up and out of her throat is a sleek gray thing with enormous ears and eyes like drops of crude The Day My Beau Tried To Kill Me September 17th 1880“A story of revenge Old Wild West style With the help of a bruja Rosa has unusual assistants on her hunt for her serial killing ex fiancé Bolander seems to lik

  5. says:

    Very good story of revenge Felt badly for the foxes though 4 solid stars

  6. says:

    A cleaver short story by Ms Valentine Thanks to Lightspeed for posting on their site PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 2012

  7. says:

    Available for free online dark fable full of 'Oh no they didn't' moments A remote Alaskan town has discovered the fountain of youth It's not uite clear why such a place would insist on advertising to hire a gravedigger but

  8. says:

    Short story from Lightspeed Magazine Western fantasyVengeance magic sacrifice a journey a girl finds out that her fiance is not who she though

  9. says:

    If the story had ended with just the Cult of Egil I might've given this only 25 or so Not only is the whole no compunction about stealing treasure from the ignorant savages a bit too Imperial British arrogance for me but I was surprised to see no apparent reaction fear recognition redoubled anger even from the glowing artifact worshipping isolated primitives when Harry pulled out a similarly glowing lantern and IIRC we

  10. says:

    This one felt unfinished The last scene is a perfect end note but the rest of the story feels as if it was edited too heavily It had the potential to be Twilight Zone levels of spooky which is my ideal for 'little town with a secret' stories but it's too vague in some parts and too short in othersI would have loved to k