Issue 4 of AHF Magazine features stories from Christian Dean Shute, Richard Comerford, Geoff Nelder, Larry Parker, Jeremy Zentner, and Grey Wolf. Our interview is with Tanya Reimer, while Rebekah L Pierce writes on 'The Edutainment Value of Historical Fiction', and there is a history of the Mumbles Railway by Brian G Davies. It features a review of Red Moon from Wireless Theatre, and a preview of Casanova In Paris. Chris Smedbakken is the Featured Poet, and there is also poetry from Bray McDonald and John Grey. The masthead and logo are by Violett Dragonlady, and the cover artwork by Dean Roberts.
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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.