GUD: Greatest Uncommon Denominator (magazine) Issue 5

GUD Greatest Uncommon Denominator magazine Issue Issue wraps a scientific core with GUD s most eclectic selection to date including two mini graphic novels and a script that will have you bubbling over with mirth It opens with Rose Lemberg s Imper
  • Title: GUD: Greatest Uncommon Denominator (magazine) Issue 5
  • Author: Kaolin Fire Alicia Adams Kevin Brown Joseph Calabrese Melissa Carroll Zac Carter Taras Castle Harsho Mohan Chattoraj
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  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • GUD: Greatest Uncommon Denominator (magazine) Issue 5
    Issue 5 wraps a scientific core with GUD s most eclectic selection to date including two mini graphic novels and a script that will have you bubbling over with mirth.It opens with Rose Lemberg s Imperfect Verse , a tale of poetry, deception, and warring gods then spans the years to Andrew N Tisbert s Getting Yourself On , which sees mankind taken to the stars but suffeIssue 5 wraps a scientific core with GUD s most eclectic selection to date including two mini graphic novels and a script that will have you bubbling over with mirth.It opens with Rose Lemberg s Imperfect Verse , a tale of poetry, deception, and warring gods then spans the years to Andrew N Tisbert s Getting Yourself On , which sees mankind taken to the stars but suffering new forms of wage slavery.There s science fiction that stretches to the fantastic, science that once stretched the fantastic and has now become brilliantly pervasive, and dollops of science in otherwise mundane lives see The Prettiest Crayon in the Box.Of course, it s got fantasy, psychological horror, humor, and drama poetry serious, sublime, and satirical and art that stretches from the real, to the surreal, to the violently semi abstract.Comprising StoriesImperfect Verse by Rose Lemberg Nature s Children by T F Davenport Lost Lying on Your Back by Steven J Dines Aftermath by Isabel Cooper Kunkle Fletcher s Lunch by Jason Hardy The Tiger Man by Geordie Williams Flantz Getting Yourself On by Andrew N Tisbert Birthday Licks by Kevin Brown The Pearl Diver with the Gold Chain by Paul Hogan Liza s Home by Kenneth Schneyer The Prettiest Crayon in the Box by Heather Lindsley.PoetrySuggestions for Distributing Your Poems by Tammy Ho Lai Ming Deadman on the Titanic by Alicia Adams The Grammar of Desire by Paul J Kocak desideratum by Zac Carter 7 Ways to Fake an Orgasm by Melissa Carroll Hidden Things by Taras Castle Internal Combustion by Lucy A Snyder.ReportThe Prophet of Menlo Park by Paul Spinrad.ScriptSweet Melodrama by Tristan D Agosta.ArtSoul Searching by MichaelO cover Tangible 2 2004 by Jerry Goins Infrared 2 by Richard Kadrey Bust by Jon Radlett.ComicsAda Lovelace The Origin by Sydney Padua Gunga Din by Joseph Calabrese and Harsho Mohan Chattoraj.
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    About " Kaolin Fire Alicia Adams Kevin Brown Joseph Calabrese Melissa Carroll Zac Carter Taras Castle Harsho Mohan Chattoraj "

  • Kaolin Fire Alicia Adams Kevin Brown Joseph Calabrese Melissa Carroll Zac Carter Taras Castle Harsho Mohan Chattoraj

    Kaolin Fire is a conglomeration of ideas, side projects, and experiments He loves to program in c, php, jsp talk in the third person write fiction and teach He supports himself by way of his partnership in a web development firm, and dabbles in doing the odd e book cover for Renaissance eBooks, and teaching at a community college Kaolin is especially interested in trends of technology, ritual, consciousness, dreaming, artificial intelligence, the nature of intelligence, the meaning of life, reincarnation, religion, and programming of all sorts He s Editor in Chief of GUD Magazine and instigated Issue 0 He s had short fiction published in Strange Horizons, Right Hand Pointing, and Tuesday Shorts, among others A complete bio and publication credits can be found on his personal website.

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  • GUD delivers what it promises In this issue I discovered stories the type of which I m not sure I could have read in most venues, while at the same time I didn t encounter either weak or badly written pieces The magazine is genre ambiguous as it hosted both excellent SFF shorts as well as strong and emotional literary pieces.Review templelibraryreviews.


  • Unfortunately, my hard drive decided to devour the pdfs before I had a chance to finish reading it, but I remember liking what I had read GUD seems to publish stories that cross and recross the boundaries between genre and literary, which makes it one of the most engaging magazines out there And it helps that it has some of the best cover art going.


  • Of the editorial staff, I think I have the widest range of reactions to the pieces Kaolin picks some I love, and some I hate Among the ones I love Fiction by Lemberg, Davenport, Kunkle, Flantz, and Lindsley poetry by Ho, Carter, and Snyder Lovelace comic by Padua and the cover is awesome.



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