Fantasy Magazine Issue 56

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From modern mythcraft to magic realism, Fantasy Magazine is your guide to magical realms and worlds beyond tomorrow:

Leo Tolstoy reminded us, “Every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” But in K. M. Ferebee’s tale “Seven Spells to Sever the Heart,” one unhappy family has magic to blame for its misery.

Next up, Theodora Goss summons a spirit who changes the course of four girls’ lives in her tale “Christopher Raven.”

Revenge is a dish served cold, and with perhaps a dash of soy sauce, in Lavie Tidhar’s “Red Dawn: A Chow Mein Western.”

A great swordsman and his lover cope with a surprisingly assertive fan in “The Swordsman Whose Name Was Not Death,” by Ellen Kushner.

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