Category: REVIEW

“A Passport to a Nation of Talking Slugs and Other Stories” by Andrew Kozma

Before discussing this set of short stories, it might be useful to make a note about Surrealism. Not that these stories purport to fall under that label, but their appeal may be described in the same terms. Surrealism has never been, and cannot ever be, defined without resorting to incredible intellectual and pseudo-scientific gobbledygook, although…

“Ahe’ey” by Jamie Lefay

This is a story about an uber-human race that lived pre-history, but were almost wiped out by a cataclysmic flood on their island in mid-Atlantic. They have since lived in an alternate universe, directing and sometimes interbreeding with humans. Their contact point with our earth is an uncharted island in the Bermuda Triangle. Their society…