- By Debbie Moorhouse Beverly A. Jackson J.M. McDermott Alex Dally MacFarlane Gabrielle Faust Jéanpaul Ferro Nicole Kornher-Stace Matt Dennison

GUD: Greatest Uncommon Denominator, Issue 3

  • Title: GUD: Greatest Uncommon Denominator, Issue 3
  • Author: Debbie Moorhouse Beverly A. Jackson J.M. McDermott Alex Dally MacFarlane Gabrielle Faust Jéanpaul Ferro Nicole Kornher-Stace Matt Dennison
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • GUD Greatest Uncommon Denominator Issue Issue is crammed full of stories and art with poems Flash fiction and an entertaining report to leaven the mix Whether we re battling a mechanical daemon in A Song a Prayer an Empty Space or exp

    Issue 3 is crammed full of stories and art, with poems, Flash fiction and an entertaining report to leaven the mix Whether we re battling a mechanical daemon in A Song, a Prayer, an Empty Space or experiencing jealousy towards unusual rivals in Soon You Will Be Gone and Possibly Eaten , we re following the theme of Mechanical Flight into strange and unexpected placesssue 3 is crammed full of stories and art, with poems, Flash fiction and an entertaining report to leaven the mix Whether we re battling a mechanical daemon in A Song, a Prayer, an Empty Space or experiencing jealousy towards unusual rivals in Soon You Will Be Gone and Possibly Eaten , we re following the theme of Mechanical Flight into strange and unexpected places.Flight, the dream of humanity for years without number, has come a long way since the Wright brothers flew almost the length of a Boeing 747 using a lawnmower engine The US Space Shuttle takes off like a rocket and lands like a plane An ice runway has been built in Antarctica to facilitate flights from Hobart Solar powered aircraft grace our skies And GUD Issue Three seeks to fly to even stranger places why not take your seat, buckle yourself in, and enjoy the ride Comprising StoriesA Song, a Prayer, an Empty Space by Darja Malcolm Clarke The Dragon s Thorn, Sword of Kings Fred by Idan Cohen Attack of the Mennonite Paratroopers by Ivan Dorin Facts of Bone by Tina Connolly a father a son a disaffection by S A Tranter Hunt of the I Don t Knows by Matthew Chad Weinman When All Is Forgiven by Kelley A Swan Chica, Let Me Tell You a Story by Alex Dally MacFarlane Think Fast by Michael Greenhut Measurements by Chad Brian Henry Forgetting by Nicole Kornher Stace Night Bird Soaring by T L Morganfield The Train by Jason D Wittman Flower as Big as the Sky by Matt Dennison Benkelstein and the Time Warp by Evil Editor The Great Big Nothing by Frank Haberle Splitting the Atom by Tania Hershman Soon You Will Be Gone and Possibly Eaten by Nick Antosca Persian on the Forty Second Floor by Keesa Renee DuPre.PoetryPoetry s Yellow Warbler by Beverly A Jackson Lacerta Named by Johannes Hevelius by J M McDermott Display by Beth Langford Seductive by Gabrielle S Faust American History by Jeanpaul Ferro How to Fetch Firewood by Michelle Tandoc Pichereau Falling by Traci Brimhall Conquered by Sylvia Eastman In Every War by Jim Pascual Agustin a night without dreams by Rohith Sundararaman Queen of Winter by Jennifer Crow.ReportCounting Nuns by Christian A Dumais.ArtSteam Bat by Zak Jarvis cover Dragon and Gear by Shweta Narayan Dangerous Innocence by Joe Roger Monster Flights by Jessica Nicole Hill Clockwork Wings by Kiriko Moth Patterson No 2 by Jessica C Hoard Mustang by Jon Radlett Endless Journey by Bartlomiej Jurkowski Midnight Sun by C Nelson The Flying Cat by heather lam Dreamcatcher by Bartlomiej Jurkowski.

    1 thought on “GUD: Greatest Uncommon Denominator, Issue 3

    1. Our usual mix of all kinds of stuff for all kinds of tastes; even the on-theme (Mechanical Flight) stuff has plenty of variety, which makes it a good sort of a theme. Though it did tend to lead to pieces that required an awful lot of fact-checking. Personal favorites: fiction by Malcolm-Clarke, Dorin, Connolly, Weinman, Henry, Morganfield, and Antosca; poetry by Jackson and Eastman; and, um, some art.

    2. Another very good issue with two outstanding long pieces and lots of good short and very short ones as well as excellent art. The outstanding novellas were: A Song, a Prayer, an Empty Space by Darja Malcolm-Clarke and Night Bird Soaring by T.L. Morganfield

    3. As with each issue so far, GUD issue 3 contains an eclectic combination of short fiction, poetry and artwork, most of it in the sci-fi, fantasy, and horror genres. Once again, the overall quality of work is strong. Particular standouts, to me, where the story "Soon You Will be Gone and Possibly Eaten" (sci-fi with a touch of horror) and the nifty Mezo-American sci-fi story "Night Bird Soaring". I also enjoyed "The Train"'s incredibly surreal setting.I have to admit, the "flying machines" theme d [...]

    4. Issue 3 is an amazing creation, crammed full of stories and art, with poems, Flash fiction and an entertaining report to leaven the mix. Whether we're battling a mechanical daemon in "A Song, a Prayer, an Empty Space" or experiencing jealousy towards unusual rivals in "Soon You Will Be Gone and Possibly Eaten", we're following the theme of Mechanical Flight into strange and unexpected places (and at times flying further afield).Here's the (self-referential) Pre-launch Buzz Contest: blog about th [...]

    5. C'mon people, if you haven't subscribed to this publication yet,do yourself a favor! It's a great treat.

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