Fiction River Subscription Drive

FR-Universe-Between-ebook-cover-NEW-WEB-72DP-194x300Fiction River is having a subscription drive.  In case you’re new to this blog (or haven’t been paying attention), Fiction River is one of my favorite publications.  It’s not just science fiction and fantasy, although most volumes will contain at least some stories in those genres.

Series editors Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith have put together a top-notch publication, and they aren’t afraid to blend genres.  Their goal is entertaining stories told well.

The subscription drive is being funded by Kickstarter, and there are some cool rewards.  Some of them are one of a kind, and include electronic and print books.  You can also get back issues as rewards.  There are a number of subscription levels, from 3 issues (6 months), 6 issues (1 year), and 12 issues (2 years) in both print and electronic format.  I’ve extended my subscription by a year.  There’s a lot there, so check them out.

Here are my reviews of Fiction River:

I interviewed Kristine Kathryn Rusch at Amazing Stories before the publication launched, then reviewed the premier issue, Unnatural Worlds, and the forthcoming issue Fantastic Detectives.

Here at Adventures Fantastic, I’ve reviewed Christmas Ghosts.  At Futures Past and Present it was Time Streams, and at Gumshoes, Gats, and Gams I took a look at Crime.

I’m reading Moonscapes and the current issue (shown above), Universe Between, so look for reviews of those soon.

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