Tuesday, 12 April 2016

The Last Jupiter

After a bit of a hiatus I have finally dipped my toe back into the world of short stories, and what better place to make a comeback than in Jupiter SF.

Jupiter SF, edited by Ian Redman, is a superb magazine that has been going for many years, but sadly the latest issue, Issue 50, named for the moon Herse, is to be the last. Jupiter has always had a reputation for publishing quality science fiction, featuring many well-known authors and receiving great reviews. I am not alone in being sorry to see it go and I do wish Ian all the best for his future ventures. I’ve been fortunate to have been published by Jupiter twice before and I am honoured to be featured in this final edition.

I am also in quite esteemed company. This issue features work from Ray Blank, Jon Wallace, G.O. Clark, Garrick Fincham and Christina Sng.

This issue, and many of the back issues, are available on kindle as well as in print so if you wish to support Jupiter, and read some excellent fiction, then head over to the Jupiter website or to Amazon and pick up a copy or ten. Jupiter 50, Herse, is available in kindle format from Amazon, here.