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Sci Phi Journal 2019/2 for download as PDF

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Some of us like to read our dose of speculative fiction and articles on trusty old paper. For your convenience, here you can download the 2019 summer issue of Sci Phi Journal in its entirety, formatted as a user-friendly PDF – ready for printing or viewing via e-reader. Enjoy, the SPJ crew

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Editorial – Sci Phi Journal 2019/2

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One of the parables attributed to Christ tells of the evolutionary trials of seeds that fall unto various kinds of soil, particularly with reference to their subsequent growth prospects. Now cyberspace certainly is a difficult terrain with plenty of rocky patches, so we at SPJ are well pleased that this summer issue of the relaunched…

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Sci Phi Journal 2019/1 for download as PDF

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Some of us like to read our dose of speculative fiction and articles on trusty old paper. For your convenience, here you can download the first issue of Sci Phi Journal in 2019 in its entirety, ready formatted as a reader-friendly PDF e-zine with a printer-friendly layout. Enjoy, The Sci Phi Journal crew

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Editorial – Sci Phi Journal 2019/1

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by Ádám Gerencsér Online publishing is a fractured landscape. There is a large volume of content vying for the attention of a relatively narrow readership. So why another journal? In his post ‘So Long, and Thanks for the Philosophy’, the previous editor, Ray Blank, who had steered the Sci Phi Journal through the turbulent year…

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From Inside Out: Seeking a Dialogue Between Writers

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Today’s Sci Phi Journal takes the unusual step of publishing two radically different stories alongside each other. We presented them together because they represent divergent views about human nature. Karen Ovér’s “Lazlo and Laroux” is a fantasy involving dragons, but her underlying position is that life would be blissful were it not for a tiny minority who spoil the world for the rest of us. Patrick S. Baker’s “Red Vet” is a gritty alternate history that

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Paper Magazine Now Available

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Printing on paper is an old technology, but the final product has various advantages over modern alternatives. The interface of a magazine is both simple and intuitive, and you never need to worry about recharging a magazine’s battery. So whilst I think the future will see more people having electronic magazines delivered to their tablet, I also respect those of you who want to hold a printed copy of Sci Phi Journal in your hands. You can now order a paper version of the Sci Phi Journal Q3 2017 Digest from Createspace, the popular print-on-demand service. Customers will receive 120 pages of stories and articles, including our digest-only exclusives, for just twelve bucks (or its equivalent in Pounds or Euros) plus postage. And those who have subscribed will enjoy an even better deal

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Exclusive Content in New Quarterly Digest

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Subscribers to Sci Phi Journal can look forward to receiving their quarterly digests soon. The Q3 digest contains every story and article published on the website during July, August and September, plus two exclusive pieces that will not be found anywhere else: a humorous short story by Hakim Akayour, entitled “The Department of Un-X-Pected Affairs”;…

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