Scout & Engineer No. 2 is now available! This issue, centering on the general theme of heroism, contains short fiction both thought-provoking and entertaining from authors Annette Hanse, Will Conway, Sara Puls, Ryan Cooke, and Jenean McBrearty. This collection also delivers an essay on the philosophy of fiction by Stuart K. Hayashi, a review of Tom Wolfe's highly anticipated Back to Blood (available on Oct. 23rd from Little, Brown and Company), and an interview with author Shelly Reuben.
Scout & Engineer No. 1 features short fiction from T.D. Edge, Nemone Thornes, Zeke Jarvis, Erika Holzer, and Christopher Blonde; an interview with Elena Gorokhova; and original cover art from John Cox.
Wendy Never Married by Christopher Blonde is a 128-page collection featuring a total of 10 stories: 1 flash, 9 regulation-length; 1 that debuted in Scout & Engineer No. 1, 2 previously published in other magazines, 7 appearing in print and electronically for the first time in this collection.
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Please note that Scout & Engineer will remain inactive for 2013. Past publications are still available for purchase, however. Read more about the change in S&E's operations here.
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