clarkesworld issue # 46 and heroic fantasy quarterly issue 5: reviews


Clarkesworld is an award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine first published in October 2006. The magazine, helmed by publisher Neil Clarke and editor Sean Wallace, releases an issue every month containing at least two pieces of original fiction, as well as non-fiction and podcasts. The magazine’s contents are available online for free, but its fiction offerings can also be found in print – collected by issue in signed chapbooks (limited to a minimum of 100 copies at a price of USD14 each) and annually in the magazine’s print anthology, Realms. Both print outputs are published by Wyrm Publishing.

Here is a review of Clarkesworld’s July issue (Issue # 46).

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“Prose. Poetry. Pulp,” reads the tagline of Heroic Fantasy Quarterly, and that is exactly what we find in this online magazine committed to publishing the best in heroic fantasy. Swordsmen, adventures, fantastic landscapes – HFQ is filled with stories of action, with a hope to “hearken back to an older age of storytelling –an age when a story well told enthralled audiences.” Adrian Simmons, David Farney, and William Ledbetter sit as editors. HFQ releases new issues on the first of July, October, January, and April.

HFQ’s Issue 5 marks the first-year anniversary of this publication.

Let the battles begin.

Read more here.

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