ASIM #31 featuring Robin Hobb out now!

 
Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine is now available. Issue 31 features a never before seen interview with fantasy author Robin Hobb (who also writes as Megan Lindholm) alongside fantastic new fiction, poetry, art and non- fiction by new faces and some of our favourite authors gracing our pages once more.
 
Don’t miss the new instalment in the award winning Red Priest world, brought to you by Dirk Flinthart. Are you having Goblin withdrawal while waiting for Jim Hines latest Jig novel? Get your fix with The Haunting of Jig’s Ear! Delve into the dark depths of award winning author Shane Jiraiya Cummings’ mind in Memoirs of a Teenage Antichrist, and check out a topical piece in Sonny Whitelaw’s The Promise. Whether it’s a chuckle, a shiver, a tear to your eye or just a darn good read you’re after, issue 31 will deliver!

Full Contents listing:

The Garden of the Djinn . . . Dirk Flinthart
Wicked View . . . Marie Alafaci
The Promise . . . Sonny Whitelaw
How I Learned to Keep Tidy . . . Matthew Chrulew
Reading the Lines . . . J J Irwin
The Haunting of Jig’s Ear . . . Jim C Hines
Memoirs of a Teenage Antichrist . . . Shane Jiraiya Cummings
The Neighborly Thing . . . Suzanne Palmer
Sing . . . Mary O R Paddock
Getting the Curse . . . Susan Abel Sullivan

Poetry

Wayfaring the Space-Time Continuum . . . Davina Aw

Special Features

Interview with Robin Hobb . . . Tehani Wessely
Interview with Alastair Reynolds . . . Edwina Harvey

Visit <http://www.andromedaspaceways.com> for more information and ways to order your copy in print or PDF. PDF subscriptions also available at a great price, or get your hands dirty (well, not really but paper does feel so nice!) with a print subscription!

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2 responses to “ASIM #31 featuring Robin Hobb out now!

  1. Anonymous

    …got my copy in the post, was just about to read it when my neighbour turned up and glommed it.

    He reads fast. It’s back with me now. Haven’t convinced him to subscribe, yet (he’s a crusty old dairy farmer/history professor, and yes, that is as weird a combination as you think) but he said he rather enjoyed the magazine though it’s not his usual reading.

    • Anonymous

      Glad he liked it 🙂 I haven’t got my copies yet (well, except for the PDF, but there’s nothing like the real thing!) so am getting very excited. Have three empty envelopes sitting here for orders of it, so yay!

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