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Emerald City #113 hits the PDF streets

23/01/2005. Contributed by Jessica Martin

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Science fiction PDF zine Emerald City #113 is now online and available to download free.

In issue #113 you can find:

Best of 2004
Cheryl looks back on a wonderful year for speculative literature.

Suffer a Witch
Graham Joyce finds magic is dying out.

The Music of the Spheres
Al Reynolds thinks that it is Jazz.

Business Unusual
Charlie Stross starts trading with a fantasy world.

The Long Game
Robert Reed fights battles on a galactic scale.

Fantasy Politics
Bryn Llewellyn brings the Lost Prince to the Dark City.

In the Blood
Stel Pavlou tracks an enmity down the millennia.

Moving Shadows
Michael Cobley progresses the Shadowkings trilogy.

Writers of the Future?
Australia's latest crop of young writers is on show.

Look Forward in Hope
Pamela Sargent makes a plea for optimism.

Mouth Parts Watering
Jason Erik Lundberg collects some unusual recipes.

An Artist at Work
Alan Clark talks about his painting.

Interview: Immanion Press
Cheryl talks to Storm Constantine and Gabriel Strange.

Fantasy Masterwork
Michael Moorcock explains how fantasy should be done.

Short Stuff
Jeffrey Ford plays with sandcastles.

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