BFS Journal #11 is now out, all one hundred and eighty-four pages of it. You can only get this publication if you’re a BFS member, but we’ve ordered a handful of extra copies, so if you join today there’s still a chance of getting one.
Sarah Newton is the editor of this issue’s fiction:
- The Switch, Mark Lewis
- Electricity, Gary Couzens
- Pawnarchy, Mark Huntley-James
- The Eden Paradigm, Allen Ashley and Madeleine Beresford
- A Barrow on the Border, Rima Devereaux
- The Need to Create, Emma Newman
- The Lost Name, Sandra Unerman
- Baby 17, Jonathan Oliver
- The Long Hard Road Out of Hell, M.E. Lerman
Stuart Douglas edits the non-fiction:
- Jennie Gyllblad, interviewed by Max Edwards
- Freda Warrington, interviewed by Alex Bardy
- The Adventures of Brak, Mike Barrett
- Tim Powers, interviewed by Stuart Douglas
- Nick Campbell on The Child Garden
- Forbidden Fruits, Ray Cluley
And Ian Hunter edits the poetry:
- Cybernetic Mary, Deborah Walker
- Protecting Veil, Megan Kerr
- A Paranormal Romance, Allen Ashley
There’s also an editorial by Max Edwards, a chairman’s chat by Mark Barrowcliffe, and a BFS news section. The cover art is by Jennie Gyllblad. An ebook edition will be emailed out to members soon.
Submission guidelines are here, if you fancy submitting something for #12. If you want to chat about #11, there’s a thread on the BFS Publications board of our forum.