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Novelettes The Last Job on Harz, by Tyler Young At the Feet of Neptune's Queen, by Abraham Strongjohn Short Stories Death on the Moon, by Spencer E. Hart The Battlefield of Keres, by Jim Breyfogle Othan, Vandal, by Kurt Magnus Temple of the Beast, by Harold R. Thompson Tear Down the Stars, by Adrian Cole Poetry My Name is John Carter, Pt 5, by James Hutchings Novelettes The Last Job on Harz, by Tyler Young At the Feet of Neptune's Queen, by Abraham Strongjohn Short Stories Death on the Moon, by Spencer E. Hart The Battlefield of Keres, by Jim Breyfogle Othan, Vandal, by Kurt Magnus Temple of the Beast, by Harold R. Thompson Tear Down the Stars, by Adrian Cole Poetry My Name is John Carter, Pt 5, by James Hutchings


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Novelettes The Last Job on Harz, by Tyler Young At the Feet of Neptune's Queen, by Abraham Strongjohn Short Stories Death on the Moon, by Spencer E. Hart The Battlefield of Keres, by Jim Breyfogle Othan, Vandal, by Kurt Magnus Temple of the Beast, by Harold R. Thompson Tear Down the Stars, by Adrian Cole Poetry My Name is John Carter, Pt 5, by James Hutchings Novelettes The Last Job on Harz, by Tyler Young At the Feet of Neptune's Queen, by Abraham Strongjohn Short Stories Death on the Moon, by Spencer E. Hart The Battlefield of Keres, by Jim Breyfogle Othan, Vandal, by Kurt Magnus Temple of the Beast, by Harold R. Thompson Tear Down the Stars, by Adrian Cole Poetry My Name is John Carter, Pt 5, by James Hutchings

25 review for Cirsova: Heroic Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine

  1. 4 out of 5

    Derek

    Fantasy-adventure has always been the strength of this series, and you can see the collection upshift when going from the retrofuture/alt-history/pulp-emulation of "Death on the Moon" (an interesting experiment) to the more conventionally sword-and-sorcery of "The Battlefield of Keres". I would totally read more of "Keres", which hit that nerd D&D spot in my heart (the part I managed to kill with cholesterol blockages). It and the Othan story were the picks of the collection. "The Magelords of Ru Fantasy-adventure has always been the strength of this series, and you can see the collection upshift when going from the retrofuture/alt-history/pulp-emulation of "Death on the Moon" (an interesting experiment) to the more conventionally sword-and-sorcery of "The Battlefield of Keres". I would totally read more of "Keres", which hit that nerd D&D spot in my heart (the part I managed to kill with cholesterol blockages). It and the Othan story were the picks of the collection. "The Magelords of Ruach" was edged out. It's been a long time to complete the cliffhanger set up by "At the Feet of Neptune's Queen" in issue 1, and the story had some rough writing: "She cried out as the cords which bound her hands behind her cut into her wrists whilst the men dragged her roughly by the arms." That's quite a sentence.

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    Christian

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    Sablehawk

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    Ted

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    Nigel

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    Scott E Nash

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    Brian Stein

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    Dave Higgins

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    Dean

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    Laj

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    Mark Harrop

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    Hawkings Austin

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    Stephen

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    James Schmidt

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    Bob

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    H. P.

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    Larry G Pryor Jr.

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    Gideon Chan

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    Mark J Schultis

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    Topher Colin

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    Jeremy Reaban

  22. 4 out of 5

    CHRISTOPHER

  23. 5 out of 5

    Simon Ellberger

  24. 5 out of 5

    cj mael

  25. 4 out of 5

    Erik

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