Science Fiction Author | Albedo One Magazine Editor | Cthulhu Mythos Espionage


Apart from the excellent artwork on the front cover there is a good interview, book reviews and an article. Overall, this is a particularly interesting magazine with a definitive character of its own. The writing is literary in style, refreshing and challenging, definitely a good read.’


 Edited by Robert Neilson, Frank Ludlow and David Conyers

This issue features new fiction from Ian Wild (Winner of the Aeon Award 2012), James Carney, Steve Billings (Second Place Winner of the Aeon Award 2012), Alexandra Fleetwood, Dave Siddall and Eric M. Witchey (Third Place Winner of the Aeon Award 2012).

Also featured is an in-depth interview with Philip K. Dick Award-winning author Simon Morden, cover art from Charlie Terrell, and reviews from Juliet E. McKenna, John Kenny, Peter Loftus and David Conyers.

So take a race with hounds across Europe to seek true love, explore a dying world plagued by invading jelly, experience a soulful train journey through the wastelands of purgatory, and accompany an angry father who might have saved the wrong daughter.

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About the Author

David Conyers is a science fiction and horror author and editor from Adelaide, South Australia. He has a degree in engineering from the University of Melbourne, and today works in marketing communications. His Harrison Peel series is collected in The Shoggoth Conspiracy with more stories to follow. Anthologies he has edited include Extreme Planets, Cthulhu Unbound 3, Cthulhu Detective, Cthulhu’s Dark Cults and Undead & Unbound. Since 2013 David has been the Arts and General Editor with Albedo One magazine. The Nightmare Dimension is his collection of horror fiction while Nanofabrica, a collection of best science fiction stories will be released by Aeon Press in 2015.

Contact: david_conyers2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com [dot] au

Twitter: DavidConyers1

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