January 2015 (Issue 18)
Our 18th issue rings in the new year with “Jackals,” a new story by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, about how sometimes dealing with artists can be more dangerous than drinking while driving. Our second fiction offering, “All About the Ball,” continues the bête noir theme with a tale of a man and his dog. Or is it a man, another man, some women, and maybe a manticore? It’s difficult to say. We also have “Meeting the Werewolf,” a personal essay on the beast within by Barry Graham, an interview with David Liss, author of The Ethical Assassin and The Coffee Trader, and finally an in-depth review of Patricia Highsmith’s The Animal Lover’s Book of Beastly Murders.
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