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Ebook Details
  • 10/2018
  • 978-0-9981243-3-9 B07HJ92L63
  • 194 pages
  • $2.25
Paperback Details
  • 10/2018
  • 978-0-9981243-4-6
  • 192 pages
  • $7.95
Daniel Scott White
Editor (anthology)
Unfit Magazine Vol. 1
Daniel Scott White, editor (anthology)

Adult; Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror; (Market)

Featuring: David Brin, Robert Silverberg, Jerry Oltion, David R. Grigg, LJ Cohen, Emily Devenport, Eric Del Carlo, Joe Taylor, and Bruce Golden. Edited by Daniel Scott White. This magazine is about fiction that isn’t fit for ‘them’. What do I mean by ‘them’? Who in particular are ‘they’? They are the government. They are your parents. They are your teachers. They are everywhere. -In David Brin’s fantastic story “The River of Time” scientists are coping with co-existing streams of time as some people move faster and some slower. -Robert Silverberg brings us another future in his classic story “To See the Invisible Man”. Is this is a stretch of science or a possible reality we may one day encounter? -In Eric Del Carlo’s story “Sexbot’s Lament” a robot is confused about reality. -In LJ Cohen’s story “Persistence of Memory” we find a man struggling with different tracks of memory, wondering who his wife really is. -In Jerry Oltion’s “In the Garden, a Late Flower Blooms” the fantasy universe takes over as a woman tries to find her missing husband. -David R. Grigg’s story “Ever After” takes us deeper in to the realms of speculation, bringing to life characters from the fairy tales. -Joe Taylor’s “Moon Trees, a Gentle Ontology” convinces us with argument that there are trees growing on the moon. -In Emily Devenport’s “Alternate Universe Ernies” we find the author looking everywhere for her lost husband. -And in Bruce Golden’s “Iron Man” we meet a hero who is fighting for freedom against a society that has grown him in a lab. You have officially entered the unfit universe. This is a magazine of quantum fiction. As we go down the rabbit hole, the possibilities are endless. Hold on, because here we go.
Reviews
Readers’ Favorite

Readers’ Favorite calls it: “a delight to read”, “a fun and creative look”, and “wonderful diversions”.

SFRevu

SFRevu says it’s: “a promising new magazine.”

News
04/01/2019
Top 50 Science Fiction Blogs

Feedspot: Unfit Magazine has been selected as one of the Top 50 Science Fiction Blogs on the web.

Formats
Ebook Details
  • 10/2018
  • 978-0-9981243-3-9 B07HJ92L63
  • 194 pages
  • $2.25
Paperback Details
  • 10/2018
  • 978-0-9981243-4-6
  • 192 pages
  • $7.95

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