Something Wicked Issue 17 (January 2012)

Joe Vaz et al.

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Weメve got a great bunch of original stories for you this issue. Thatメs right, four brand-new, never-before-seen stories, starting with She Can See Tomorrow Today, by Mel Odom, wherein a young woman negotiates for her freedom. Concerning Harmonies and Oceans by K.A. Dean, is about a young boy whose voice could change his familyメs destiny. Genevieve Rose Taylorメs The Lighthouse is an intimate, nostalgic story set in a small coastal town.
And we close off the issue with Cat Hellisonメs Jack of Spades, reversed, a wholly original SF/Fantasy trip.

Our feature interview this month is with both Charlie Human and Sam Wilson, two of the five South African authors featured in Pandemonium: Stories of The Apocalypse, which itself is reviewed in this issue by Karen Jeynes.

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