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AHF Magazine 5

Grey Wolf

Publisher: The Wolfian Press

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AHF Magazine is dedicated to the wider genre of alternate history, and features fiction in the genre, and near-genres, as well as articles on writing. Poetry in a variety of genres is featured.  
AHF Magazine issue 5 has a lead story by Tyler Bugg, as well as fiction by Alvaro Rossi, Andrew J Hogan, Mark O'Connor, Nathan W. Toronto, Geoff Nelder, Andrew Martin, John F. Keane, Andy Redsmith, and Matylda Zamudio. There are articles upon writing in the genre from Larry G. Parker, Euell Elliott, Dave Thompson, and Chris Oswald. Poetry is provided by John Grey, John Maurer, Matylda Zamudio, and Rose McConahy. The cover features a photograph by Michel Hersen.  
 

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