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Havok: July 2018: Rampage! Monsters vs. Robots

Giant monsters and giant robots clash in battles of epic proportions. 

Havok Magazine‘s annual Contest Issue always brings out the very best in creative stories, and this year’s issue, Rampage! Monsters vs. Robots is no less impressive. Featuring a cist-smashing story by international bestselling author Jeremy Robinson, these classics of the sci-fi genre duke it out, saving the world or destroying it, and sometimes both in this high-action issue where everything—and everyone—is king-sized.

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Splickety: June 2018: Heirs and Spares

“Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.”

King Henry got it right, but the journey to gaining that crown can be just as uneasy. In this issue we visit throne rooms and dungeons, ancient Mayan kingdoms and future cyber laboratories. Here, royal teens must confront the demands of their birth. Will they marry for love or safety? Support the heir to the throne or angle for their own chance at a crown? Come join their adventures seeking wealth, power, honor, or love. The kingdom is waiting for you.

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Spark: May 2018: Wagon Trail Romance

Westerns speak to our independent spirit and yearning for adventure. Our May contest
issue has plenty of that with gun totin’, danger chasin’, and stranger courtin’ romances.
Make sure you check out winner Alison Prelusky’s story Dry Bite, and runner-up Go West, Young Love. Feature author Mary Connealy’s Rough Spun is a laugh-out-loud tale of hidden identity.

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Havok: April 2018: Extraordinary Exploits

Speculative Fiction covers so many different types of genres that it’s hard to keep track of them all, but we can’t forget about a staple of the genre—contemporary action and adventure. From Indiana Jones to Warehouse 13, from Independence Day to Fringe, exploring the “what ifs” of our current age helps shape our understanding of the present and the possibilities for the future.

This Extraordinary Exploits issue brings together some of the best themes of speculative fiction in a thrilling, action-packed ride, so grab your fedora and get ready for adventure!

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Splickety: March 2018: Dystopian Disaster

Splickety March 2018 cover

Zombies, and dictators, and plagues—oh my! Though the backdrop of a dystopian novel is bleak, there’s something deeply compelling and, fundamentally, hopeful about it—a sort of defy-all-odds audacity determined to search for a better world in spite of the way everything is crumbling. One reasonThe Hunger Games is popular is because it doesn’t flinch away from darkness or death, but pushes on toward hope in spite of the horror.

In this issue of Splickety, enjoy stories in this vein—dark, sometimes brutal, but always with a trajectory toward something better.

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What is YOUR favorite dystopian story or movie?

 

Spark : February 2018 : Sadie Hawkins

February is made for expensive chocolates, fancy dates, and wine-soaked kisses. It’s the big red hearts of Valentine’s Day and snuggles beneath a cozy blanket. Our Sadie Hawkin’s Spark issue brings you women who know what they want and go after it. From feature author Pepper Basham’s “adorkable” piece about a librarian and her famous writer crush to stories of second chances and first dates, we’ve got a lazy evening’s worth of sweet and sassy.

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