Issue 7, March 2013

Issue 7, March 2013

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In Issue 7 of The Big Click, we’re starting with “Easy Off” by Sean Craven, wherein violence begets violence—to a point—and the merits of using oven cleaner as a defensive weapon are considered. Then we have “Snow” by Ekaterina Sedia, a story of how sweet things in life, like finding honey at the market in midwinter or seeking out the first morels of springtime, can have bitter sides to them, too. Additionally, Raechel Dumas gives us a helpful cheat sheet for diving into the world of Japanese crime fiction.

You are buying the zip file of an epub v2 file. This can be read in iBooks and many other eReader programs.

Issue 7, March 2013

$2.99

In Issue 7 of The Big Click, we’re starting with “Easy Off” by Sean Craven, wherein violence begets violence—to a point—and the merits of using oven cleaner as a defensive weapon are considered. Then we have “Snow” by Ekaterina Sedia, a story of how sweet things in life, like finding honey at the market in midwinter or seeking out the first morels of springtime, can have bitter sides to them, too. Additionally, Raechel Dumas gives us a helpful cheat sheet for diving into the world of Japanese crime fiction.

You are buying the zip file of an epub v2 file. This can be read in iBooks and many other eReader programs.

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