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the genre's premiere review magazine for short SF & Fantasy since 1993
Son and Foe
Son and Foe is a quarterly publication (three months between each issue; four issues a year) which consists of over a dozen pieces of quality fiction, poetry, and art per issue.  Along with original fiction, poetry, and art, Son and Foe will also feature carefully selected reprints to help flesh out the issue and bring more exposure to works that have not received the attention they deserve, or that have faded out of popularity in recent years, or that are just plain good.


Editor: Jeremiah Sturgill


Son and Foe #2

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"Sirinita's Dragon" by Lawrence Watt-Evans
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Son and Foe, #1

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“The Reading Lessons” by Carole Lanham
“The Man Who Knew Somebody” by Paul E. Martens
“Continent” by Paul G. Tremblay
“The Alien and the Tree” by Megan Crewe
“When the Great Clod Belches” by Robert Burke Richardson      
“Super Villains” by Michael Canfield
“An Eye for an Eye” by Janelle Turgeon
“On the Settling of Ancient Scores” by Ken Scholes
“Steppin’ Out, Summer, ‘68” by Joe R. Lansdale
“A Change of Character” by Gavin Inglis
“Sailing off the Edge of the World” by Bruce Boston
“Critterworld” by Steve Watkins
 “Bonneville” by Timons Esaias
“One More Kill” by Matt Hughes
“Timely Seduction” by Mike Wilson
“In Which an Angel Offers Instruction on the Meaning of
Life” by Ray Vukcevich
“East of the Sun, West of the Moon” by Von Carr
“Real People Slash” by Nick Mamatas
“First Draft Theater Presents: Pulp Fiction” by Pete Butler
“For the Fairest” by Marie Brennan
“A Buildup of Days” by Tina Connolly
“A Saucer of Loneliness” by Theodore Sturgeon
“Bianca’s Hands” by Theodore Sturgeon
“Mr. Costello, Hero” by Theodore Sturgeon          
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