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  1.  (1953.1)
    Hub is a free PDF magazine, published weekly. It includes a short story, reviews, and an article every issue. We cover Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror, fiction and non-fiction.

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  2.  (1953.2)
    Nice and smooth!
  3.  (1953.3)
    Thank you:)
    • CommentAuthorjohnmuth
    • CommentTimeApr 24th 2008 edited
    Looks fantastic!! Two things:

    1. The link to the Jetse Devries issue isn't active, and,

    Meet us at the British Fantasy Society Open Night in York on January 26th. Held at York Brewery, we're having an evening of ghost stories in Europe's Most-Haunted City!

    I SO wish I was there. :) ...and I just noticed that it was in January. Still!

  4.  (1953.5)

    Thanks for the spot, that should run now.

    2. Yeah that was a fun night:) I'll get that taken down and drop the details of the next one in soon as they're confirmed.
    • CommentAuthorbt
    • CommentTimeApr 24th 2008
    Hey, I've been a reader of Mr Ellis since his "Change or Die" arc on Stormwatch, delurking long enough to point out that in the archives, issue 31 (november 3) is me me me (though there's an extra t in my name). There's some things about the story that now make me want to kick the computer screen in but overall I still like it okay.
  5.  (1953.7)
    This week in Hub we have Until Pebbles Grow by the excellent Daniel Good along with reviews of William Gibson's Spook Country and the return of the Sontarans in The Sontaran Stratagem and The Posion Sky. We also have, by kind permission of the author, a reprint of Sound & Fury, Signifying...? Richard K. Morgan's incendiary dissection of what's wrong with SF. If you're remotely interested in the field, or have been following the SF Magazines thread here in particular then it's essential reading.