AHF Magazine is a quarterly publication dedicated to alternate history, urban fantasy, science fiction, and near genres, as well as being a haven for emotive and experimental poetry. Issue 10 has a cover photograph by the author, in memoriam to Bella cat. The issue contains part 2 of the serialised story The Umbramon by Kaz Morran, and the lead story is Stasis by Joe Jablonski. L.G. Parker writes on Saving The Empire, a World War Two what-if, whilst there are stand-alone stories from Richard Comerford, Prashanth Srivatsa, Tyler Bourassa, Seb Looney, Robert Knox, James Mallinson, Dell Newton, and Susan O'Neal. Poetry comes from Holly Day, John Grey, Brian G. Davies, Michael Lee Johnson, and Richard Stevenson.
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About the Author
Grey Wolf began writing as a teenager, and has remained consistent ever since in the genres he writes in - Alternate History, Science Fiction, and Fantasy. A poet since his later teens, he now has several published collections and his work has appeared in a number of magazines.
Living now in the South Wales valleys, Grey Wolf is a keen photographer and makes use of the wonderful scenery and explosion of nature that is the Welsh countryside.