Issue Four of SciFi Romance Quarterly Now Available

Issue4-CoverIt’s here! Issue 4 of the SciFi Romance Quarterly has launched. This issue has a Cyborg theme. What do you think of Alfred Klosterman’s cover art?

It contains the details of as many SF Romance releases as we could find, ten honest reviews, and a  Reviewers Round Table on the Past, Present and Future of SFR.  There are also two interviews. One with SFR author Eve Langlais; the other with the Quarterly editorial team (courtesy of Veronica Scott of USA Today’s HEA blog).

And there’s more! Ian Sales continues his reviews of female-written classic science fiction in his MistressWorks series. The wonderful Charlee Alden gets on her Scopebox to tell us about her big love of big cyborgs, while author Linnea Sinclair gives us an opinion column on the creation of one of SFR’s most beloved characters: Branden Kel-Paten.

The issue opens with Editor-in-Chief/boss lady, Kaz Augustin’s lively editorial, in which she opines on cyborgs, the visibility of SFR, and even describes me as “tough” and “ruthless.” That’s a first for me and I must admit to be quite thrilled about it. *grin*

Heather Massey, conductor of The Galaxy Express, rounds out the issue with tips on how to tame the Cyborg hero.

It’s a packed issue and our longest to date. It also marks the anniversary our our first year.

The issue is available to read online or as a flipmag version (my favorite) It can also be downloaded to your computer of reading device (epub, mobi, pdf formats.)

On behalf of the editorial team, we truly hope you enjoy the issue. As always, love and respect goes out to our wonderful contributors and our fabulous sponsors.

 

Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly @SciFiRomance

Editor-in-Chief: Kaz Augustin @SandalPress

Releases Editor: Heather Massey @thGalaxyExpress

Fiction Editor: Diane Dooley @DianeDooley

 

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