Saturday, March 31, 2012

APRIL ISSUE BEGINS TOMORROW




Tomorrow the FREEZINE returns with the beginning of a brand new, never-before-published novelette from Bram Stoker award winning author John Shirley. It's hard to keep up with this writer these days and we are amazed at the quality of his output, including this prescient tale that dares to peek into the near future with a parable of startling clarity, here the FREEZINE divides the narrative into five daily installments, the first of which will be published tomorrow—if you dare believe that. Forthcoming, this month:


John Shirley's original novelette
ELDER CRUISER

(To be serialized in five
daily installments.)



Gil James Bavel's short tale
SATAN'S DOG
(Fri, April 13)


Keith Graham's short story
MIZUKI

(Fri, April 20)




Vincent Daemon's twisted tale
NIGHT SONG OF THE FUNGI

(Fri, April 27)




THIS APRIL


only on


the FREEZINE of
FANTASY and SCIENCE
FICTION



Wednesday, March 28, 2012

NEW ISSUE IN APRIL


art by shasta lawton



Next month, the Freezine of Fantasy and Science Fiction returns with all new original stories. Be sure not to miss out on these forthcoming tales, and if you haven't already—take this opportunity to start following the Freezine—and also tell your friends about it, because this is an ongoing cyberzine of original fiction and twisted fantasies—as well as provocative artwork—by some of the most interesting writers and artists around. We all thrive with each other's support, so be sure to share any story you like. Help spread the Freezine to a wider audience. The nanohorde thank us all for our eager and willful participation in helping them upload their meme. A fiction that sometimes here and somewhen, or now and later, stranger than truth may often seem.


John Shirley's original novelette
ELDER CRUISER

(To be serialized in five
daily installments.)



Gil James Bavel's short tale
SATAN'S DOG
(Fri, April 13)


Keith Graham's short story
MIZUKI

(Fri, April 20)




Vincent Daemon's twisted tale
NIGHT SONG OF THE FUNGI

(Fri, April 27)




THIS APRIL


only on


the FREEZINE of
FANTASY and SCIENCE
FICTION








Saturday, March 24, 2012

THE FREEZINE RETURNS THIS APRIL



art by shasta lawton



Next month, the Freezine of Fantasy and Science Fiction returns with all new original stories. Be sure not to miss out on these forthcoming tales, and if you haven't already—take this opportunity to start following the Freezine—and also tell your friends about it, because this is an ongoing cyberzine of original fiction and twisted fantasies—as well as provocative artwork—by some of the most interesting writers and artists around. We all thrive with each other's support, so be sure to share any story you like. Help spread the Freezine to a wider audience. The nanohorde thank us all for our eager and willful participation in helping them upload their meme. A fiction that sometimes here and somewhen, or now and later, stranger than truth may often seem.


John Shirley's original novelette ELDER CRUISER
To be serialized daily in five installments.


Gil James Bavel's short story SATAN'S DOG


...plus more surprises in store coming your way.


THIS APRIL





Archive of Stories
and Authors

Adam Bolivar's
SERVITORS OF THE
OUTER DARKNESS


Adam Bolivar's
THE DEVIL & SIR
FRANCIS DRAKE



Adam Bolivar's
THE TIME-EATER


Adam Bolivar is an expatriate Bostonian
who has lived in New Orleans and Berkeley,
and currently resides in Portland, Oregon
with his beloved wife and fluffy gray cat
Dahlia. Adam wears round, antique glasses
and has a fondness for hats. His greatest
inspirations include H.P. Lovecraft,
Jack tales and coffee.


Keith Graham's
MIZUKI


Keith Graham's
EVERYTHING BUT
THE OINK



Keith Graham's
FAREWELL TOUR


Keith Graham is a computer programmer,
blues harp player, fellow beekeeper, and
speculative fiction writer. He currently
maintains 45 active websites. He has
published more than 50 stories over
the last six years in venues such as
others. Underground rock music
played an integral part in the early
days of cyberpunk, and The Freezine
of Fantasy and Science Fiction is
excited to have Keith onboard, and
grateful to showcase the premiere
of his passionate story of rock'n'roll
redemption.


John Claude Smith's
BLOOD ECHO SYMPHONIES


John Claude Smith's
NOT BREATHING



John Claude Smith writes weird fiction,
something between Horror and Magic
Realism, most of it psychologically driven.
He's had over 40 tales and over 1100 music
reviews, interviews, and profiles published.
He is currently shopping two novels and
a collection to agents and publishers, all
while starting the third novel. Gotta keep
on keepin' on! Looking forward to Rome
in the not too distant future, but for now,
just looking for the next short story to
be written.


David Agranoff's
A PLANET OF YOUR OWN


David Agranoff's
THE FALLEN GUARDIAN'S MANDATE


David Agranoff is the author of the
short story collection Screams From
A Dying World, just published by
Afterbirth Books. David is a hardcore
vegan and tireless environmentalist.
His contributions to the punk horror
scene and the planet in general have
already established him as a bright
new writer and activist to watch out
for. The Freezine of Fantasy and
Science Fiction welcomes him and
his defiant vision open-heartedly.

David is a busy man, usually at work
on several different novels or projects
at once. He is sure to leave his mark on
a world teetering over the edge of
ecological imbalance. David's latest
books include the Wuxia -Pan
(martial arts fantasy) horror
novel called Hunting The Moon Tribe,
already out from Afterbirth Books.;
The Vegan Revolution...with Zombies,
[Deadite Press, 2010]; and
[Deadite Press, 2014]

Daniel José Older's
GRAVEYARD WALTZ


Daniel José Older's
THE COLLECTOR


Daniel José Older's spiritually driven,
urban storytelling takes root at the
crossroads of myth and history.
With sardonic, uplifting and often
hilarious prose, Older draws from
his work as an overnight 911 paramedic,
a teaching artist & an antiracist/antisexist
organizer to weave fast-moving, emotionally
engaging plots that speak whispers and
shouts about power and privilege in
modern day New York City. His work
has appeared in the Freezine of Fantasy
and Science Fiction, The ShadowCast
the collection Sunshine/Noir, and is
featured in Sheree Renee Thomas'
Black Pot Mojo Reading Series in Harlem.

When he's not writing, teaching or
riding around in an ambulance,
Daniel can be found performing with
his Brooklyn-based soul quartet
Ghost Star. His blog about the
ridiculous and disturbing world
of EMS can be found HERE.