From modern mythcraft to magic realism, Fantasy Magazine is your guide to magical realms and worlds beyond tomorrow:
In this story from the new Welcome to Bordertown anthology, a teenage girl learns about the power of art and the depth of love in a city of tricky magic. Alaya Dawn Johnson takes us back to Bordertown—a world originally created by fantasy master Terry Windling—in her story “A Prince For Thirteen Days.”
When you’re a teenage net-mage, there’s a lot more to surviving high school than just getting a date to prom—especially when your school’s been overrun by zombies. Find out how the hero of Jeremiah Tolbert’s story, “You Have Been Turned Into a Zombie By a Friend,” survives the attack with only her wits, friends, and cameraphones.
Holly Phillips captures the desperation of World War II desert warfare in her story “Virgin of the Sands.” There might not be any rules in love or war, but necromancy has laws that can never be broken.
If you could get a second chance at your life, what changes would you make? In Cat Rambo’s “The Immortality Game,” a group of friends tries life again . . . and again . . . and again. . . .