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About Judith Field
Judith Field was born in Liverpool and lives in London. She is the daughter of writers, and learned how to agonise over fiction submissions at her mother’s (and father’s) knee.
She has two daughters, a son, a granddaughter and a grandson (who inspired her first published story when he broke her laptop keyboard. Unlike in the story, a magical creature didn’t come out of the laptop and fix her life). Her fiction, mainly speculative, has appeared in a variety of publications, mainly in the USA. She speaks five languages and can say, “Please publish this story” in all of them. She is also a pharmacist, freelance journalist, editor, medical writer, and indexer.
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-- Paul Wartenberg, "War of the Murder Hornets"
The ninth volume (you read that right) of the Strangely Funny series is one of the weirdest yet. An asexual gives tips on dating succubi. A certain reanimator treats a Miskatonic U football player before the big game. Is there such a thing as a vegan vampire, and what do they eat? And finally, we revisit the invasion of the ‘Martians’ in Surrey.
Let Rosalind Barden, R.C. Mulhare, Erin Lee, Henry L. Herz and many other talented authors guide you through tales of quirky paranormal love, twisted science fiction tropes, and horror gone wrong. So very wrong.
In this issue: Stories by Russell Hemmell, James Victor Jordan, Steve Rodgers, J.G. Follansbee, George Nikolopoulos, Peter Medeiros, Robin Reed, Scarlett R. Algee, Judith Field, James Fitzsimmons, Jude-Marie Green, and A.J. Flowers.
Open the pages of Strangely Funny V and join authors Eldon Litchfield, Dan Foley, Juliet Boyd, and many more, as they explore the strange happenings that could be in your neighborhood.
Mad Scientist Journal: Winter 2016 collects thirteen tales from the fictional worlds of mad science. For the discerning mad scientist reader, there are also pieces of fiction from Judith Field, K. Kitts, and Deborah Walker. Readers will also find other resources for the budding mad scientist, including an advice column, horoscopes, and other brief messages from mad scientists.
Authors featured in this volume also include Sean Kavanagh, Michael Goldstein, Farah Ghuznavi, Leenna Naidoo, Maureen Bowden, Dusty Wallace, Tom Howard, E. B. Fischadler, Matt Largo, Thomas Canfield, Edward Palumbo, Michael Monaco, Kate Elizabeth, Sean Frost, A. C. Martin, Scott Chaddon, Jennifer Moore, Maya Obregon, Perry McDaid, and Shane Patrick. Includes art by Amanda Jones, Justine McGreevy, Shannon Legler, Luke Spooner, Ariel Alian Wilson, and Errow Collins.
Mad Scientist Journal: Summer 2014 collects three month's worth of essays from the fictional worlds of mad science. Included are three new pieces of fiction written for the discerning mad scientist reader by Bruce Harris, Clint Monette, and Richard Zwicker. Readers will also find other resources for the budding mad scientist, including an advice column, horoscopes, and other brief messages from mad scientists.
Authors featured in this volume also include Judith Field, Deborah Walker, Christopher D. DiCicco, Sylvia Wrigley, Andy Brown, James Hanson, K. Kitts, Nick Nafpliotis, Marcelina Jacobs, Antonio Urias, David Pring-Mill, Michael Peach, Kate Elizabeth, Sean Frost, Lorraine Schein, Parker McKenzie, and Russ Bickerstaff. Illustrations are provided by Shannon Legler, Katie Nyborg, Luke Spooner, Scarlett O'Hairdye, and Justine McGreevy.
The writers gathered in these pages, from every corner of the globe, are explorers of wonder, magic, and places beyond the stars. They are also explorers of what makes us human, in heart, mind, and spirit.
Come explore the best we have to offer, as we look back fondly on the last five years and look ahead at what’s to come.
Featuring fifty stories by emerging women writers, with cover art by Hugo award-winner Julie Dillon.
issue packed with 26 stories of the weird, wild, and magical.
"Ain't Superstitious" from Third Flatiron offers the overheated
imaginings of an international array of storytellers, including Amy
Aderman, Ken Altabef, James Aquilone, Christina Bates, Gustavo
Bondoni, Maureen Bowden, Spencer Carvalho, John Paul Davies, Sarina
Dorie, Judith Field, Adele Gardner, Lyn Godfrey, Bruce Golden, Eric
J. Guignard, John Hegenberger, Benjamin Jacobson, K. T. Katzmann,
E. E. King, Andrew Kozma, Jacob M. Lambert, Kevin Lauderdale, Gerri
Leen, Dennis Mombauer, Will Morton, Sean O'Dea, and A. P. Sessler.
What is a keystone? It's the central stone at the summit of an arch, locking the whole together, something on which other things depend for support, the heart or core of something, the crux. In storytelling, it is the pivotal message or character who makes it all happen.
The international group of contributors to "Keystone Chronicles" make this a unique and varied collection that is sure to please fans of speculative fiction. Contributors include Marilyn K. Martin, Sierra July, Brandon Crilly, Maureen Bowden, Edward Palumbo, Judith Field, Zerrin Otgur, Desmond Warzel, Gustavo Bondoni, A. P. Sessler, John Marr, Bear Kosik, John M. Campbell, Sam Muller, Sharon Diane King, Bascomb James, Larry Lefkowitz, Art Lasky, and Damian Sheridan.
Mad Scientist Journal: Spring 2014 collects three month's worth of essays from the fictional worlds of mad science. Included are three new pieces of fiction written for the discerning mad scientist reader by Camille Griep, Erick Mertz, and Trent Walters. Readers will also find other resources for the budding mad scientist, including an advice column and other brief messages from mad scientists.
Authors featured in this volume also include Dusty Wallace, Ian Rose, Mark Patrick Lynch, Jennifer Mitchell, Iulian Ionescu, Christine Layton, Judith Field, Diana Rohlman, Steve Zisson, Pathos, Maureen Bowden, J. J. Green, Alter S. Reiss, Torrey Podmajersky, Parker McKenzie, and Andy Brown. Illustrations are provided by Scarlett O'Hairdye, Dawn Vogel, Katie Nyborg, Luke Spooner, Shannon Legler, and Justine McGreevy.