|Volume 37, Issue
© 2010 Kelli Hoppmann kellihoppmann.com
Worms & Wormholes
Although we are well past the vernal equinox, it snowed yesterday here (Wisconsin). Single-digit °Fahrenheit this very morn. Happy Fimbulwinter! In an alternate universe, we would already have planted peas, spinach, and arugula. Nonetheless, there are wingéd creatures out on the sodden disaster masquerading as a lawn.
Once again, the SFPA awards season is upon us, and therefore we have prodded other publications and presses to advertise herein, not only that our readership may be made aware of the vast and splendiferous gamut of other publishers in the genre, but also that our contributor payments (to say nothing of the cost of printing our lovely color covers) may be supported.
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Spring is coming
— F.J. Bergmann
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