BFS Journal #11: out now!

Cover art by Jennie Gyllblad

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.

About Stephen Theaker (304 Articles)
Stephen Theaker's reviews, interviews and articles have appeared in Interzone, Black Static, Prism and the BFS Journal. Among other work for the BFS, he has been awards administrator, short story competition administrator, Dark Horizons editor, FantasyCon secretary and treasurer, and (briefly) chair.

1 Comment on BFS Journal #11: out now!

  1. craiglockley // April 30, 2014 at 8:43 am //

    I renewed just days after they were sent out and requested one through Max a couple of weeks ago but still not seen one.

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