DreamForge Magazine Issue 10: Stories from DreamForge Anvil

DreamForge Magazine Issue 10: Stories from DreamForge Anvil

DreamForge Magazine Issue 10: Stories from DreamForge Anvil

DreamForge Magazine Issue 10: Stories from DreamForge Anvil

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Overview

DreamForge is an independent, small press Magazine of positive Science Fiction and Fantasy. Our goal is to publish fiction and commentary that embody, in one way or another, these essential principles: integrity and decency, compassion and creativity, intelligence and inventiveness, the rule of law and liberty under the law, the dignity of the individual, and the power of synergy to unleash the potential of disparate individuals and communities for the betterment of all. We do not subscribe to hopelessness or futility as a vision of the future or of any setting or situation.

In all worlds and times, our tales revolve around those individuals and groups who bring meaning and value to the world, whose actions are of consequence, and whose dreams are the vanguard of things to come. Whether you call that Solarpunk, Hopepunk, or just DreamForge stories, you'll find them here.

Time and space are indifferent to our existence, yet without our struggles to bring it meaning, the whole of the cosmos is irrelevant. Inside each mind waits a universe. We can be the creators that dream the world.

In Issue #10, we have some amazing authors. Grant Carrington began publishing SF with "Night-Eyed Prayer" for Amazing in May 1971. Marisca Pichette has presented critical work at two International Conferences of the Fantastic in the Arts and will be presenting at the Once and Future Fantasies Conference in Glasgow this summer. Scott Edelman has published more than 100 short stories, is an eight-time Stoker Award finalist and a four-time Best Editor Hugo Award nominee. Bruce Boston's poetry and fiction have appeared in hundreds of publications, including Asimov's SF, Analog, and Amazing Stories. And so much more. Dig in!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798836474072
Publisher: Independently published
Publication date: 06/16/2022
Pages: 66
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.17(d)
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