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Greatest Uncommon Denominator Magazine Issue 4 :: Spring 2009
Issue 4 begins with the end of the world and moves on from there. From the unromantically magical take on Ragnarok in the lead story "Unbound" to the curious history of squid in "A Man of Kiri Maru", this issue is steeped in mythos, making use of the old familiar tales and some new ones, mixing cosmologies from around the world--and from other worlds as well. But the focus, be it of prose, poetry, or art, is always on the human--on the clashes between imagination and reality, on choices and rede... more info>>
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GUD Magazine Issue 2 :: Spring 2008
Issue 2 celebrates Heaven, Earth, and Space in-between; it is touched by religion, grounded in technology and comfortable with the occult. Including a language-stretching piece triggered by the Talmud from the legendary Hugh Fox, poems by haiku heavy-hitter Jim Kacian, the surprisingly touching "By Zombies; Eaten" from Christopher William Buecheler, and an alien perspective on human spirituality by Tina Connolly in the remarkable "The Salivary Reflex"--all part of a drool-worthy two-hundred page... more info>>
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GUD Magazine Issue 3 :: Autumn 2008
Issue 3 is crammed full of stories and art, with poems, Flash fiction and an entertaining report to leaven the mix. Whether we're battling a mechanical daemon in "A Song, a Prayer, an Empty Space" or experiencing jealousy towards unusual rivals in "Soon You Will Be Gone and Possibly Eaten", we're following the theme of Mechanical Flight into strange and unexpected places. Flight, the dream of humanity for years without number, has come a long way since the Wright brothers flew almost the length ... more info>>
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