Black Gate 7 – Fall 2004
- 208 pages, $12.95
- On Sale November 29, 2004
- Edited by John O’Neill
- Published by New Epoch Press
- Cover Art by Terri Lindsey
- Interior Art by Leif Jones, Bernie Mireault, Chris Pepper, and Denis Rodier
“The Poison Well”
by Judith Berman
Manvayar’s old master had been a secret necromancer… but did that mean he could ferret out the truth behind a new rash of sorcerous killings?
by Todd McAulty
They said the first 10,000 souls to reach the Mounds of Eternity would be granted Amnesty, and entry to the Kingdom of God. But Hell does not yield up its own so easily.
“Luck of the Gods”
by Holly Phillips
Onyx was a trover, an expert at ridding the rich of curses… for a price.
“Point of the Knife”
A Kingdoms of Kalamar Tale
by Don Bassingthwaite
In which Imperial Agent Narika finds even her considerable fighting skills may be inadequate against a treacherous alchemist and a deadly interdimensional trap….
by Mark Sumner
The whistling didn’t sound like any of the creatures Meyer had tangled with before. But there were more deadly things in the redgrass….
Fantasy Classic: “Tumithak of the Towers of Fire”
by Charles R. Tanner
In the third installment of the thrilling saga, Tumithak leads his growing band of followers in an audacious attack on the shelk city of Kaymak… only to discover a secret that may forever change humanity’s destiny. A never-before reprinted classic from the early pulp era!
An Appreciation of Planet Stories
by Rich Horton
Editorial: Adventures of a Nuclear Teen
by John O’Neill
From Our Readers
The Comics Cauldron
by Claude Lalumière
by Lisa DuMond and Charlene Brusso
Fantasy Game Reviews
by Don Bassingthwaite, Jennifer Brozek, Howard Andrew Jones, Dave Webb, and Michael Thibault
Knights of the Dinner Table: The Java Joint
by Jolly Blackburn, John O’Neill, and Steve Johansson