Black Gate Short Fiction Reviews

Sunday, August 13th, 2006 | Posted by Web Master

What? You’ve finished reading all of Black Gate‘s back issues, and you’re still hungry for good short fiction?

Don’t despair. Last month we dispatched seasoned Black Gate fiction correspondent David Soyka to the outer reaches of the strange and mysterious magazine marketplace (a dimly-lit Barnes and Noble in Charlottesville, VA) and, just when we thought we were going to have to send Don Bassingthwaite on a rescue mission, he returned — with fresh scars, and tales of wondrous things.

Join David as he reports on the exciting sightings on the frontiers of genre fiction, including Interzone, H. P. Lovecraft’s Magazine of Horror, and the strange and mythical thing (once thought extinct) known as Sword-and-Sorcery, found thriving in the pages of Howard Andrew Jones’ Flashing Swords.


Twilight Tales Interview with John O’Neill

Monday, August 7th, 2006 | Posted by Web Master

Twilight Tales is a Chicago institution. For over a decade it’s brought hundreds of authors from around the world to perform their stories live at Chicago’s Red Lion Pub as part of its weekly fiction reading series.

Over the years Black Gate editor and publisher John O’Neill has participated in Twilight Tales editors’ panels, and been a judge for its “Authors in the Hot Seat” critique shows.

Now David Munger interviews John as part of the Twilight Tales Interview series, covering such topics as the magazine’s beginnings, his editorial vision, the future of short fiction, and the three novels every Black Gate reader — and aspiring fantasy writer — should read.


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