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Old 07-06-2011, 05:24 AM   #1
Mark Lord
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Alt Hist 1 for lovers of historical fiction and alternate history and fantasy



Alt Hist Issue 1 is the first installment in a new project to bring quality short stories to lovers of historical fiction and alternate history.

Alt Hist Issue 1 was published in October 2010

Ebook versions are vailable via Smashwords and Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk

“an interesting selection of stories and a successful debut issue” Gareth Jones at SF Crowsnest

The first issue of Alt Hist features six short stories:

“The Silent Judge” by David W. Landrum
“Easter Parade, 1930” by Rob McClure Smith
“Holy Water” by Andrew Knighton
“Lament for Lost Atlanta” by Arlan Andrews
“The Bitterness of Apples” by Priya Sharma
“Travelling by Air” by Ian Sales

Alt Hist Issue 1 also includes an interview with Brandon H. Bell, co-editor of Aether Age, and information about the alternate history anthology Columbia & Britannia.

To find out more visit http://althistfiction.com
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