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Crossed Genres final issue released: DIFFERENT

November 30, 2011

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We’re both ecstatic and sad to bring you #36, CG Magazine’s final issue – sad, because it’s the last, and ecstatic because it’s such a great issue! Below are links to 9 stories and 1 poem that explore what it means to be DIFFERENT: FICTION Black Betty by Nisi Shawl Portrait of a Courtesan by [...]

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Crossed Genres issue 35: DARK COMEDY released!

November 1, 2011

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We’re thrilled to bring you CG’s 35th issue, with 5 twisted, funny tales! The stories are free to read on the website: Jezebel’s Blouse by Timothy T. Murphy Jason’s Shoes by Richard Bist The Execution of Zacharius Grubb by Bethan Claire Price Chasing Persephone by Natalie Stachowski Worse Than a Devil by Sarina Dorie Please [...]

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Crossed Genres issue 34: MONSTERS released!

October 1, 2011

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We’re thrilled to bring you CG’s 34th issue, with 5 disturbing tales of monsters – not all of whom are what you’d expect. The stories are free to read on the website: The Fire by Timothy T. Murphy Inhuman Resources by William Gerke Waiting in the Light in the Hungry Months by Megan Engelhardt Skin [...]

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Crossed Genres issue 33: VILLAINS released!

August 31, 2011

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We’re thrilled to bring you CG’s 33rd issue, with 5 chances for the Villains to tell their side of the tale! The stories are free to read on the website: The Fire in Your Sky by Ibi Zoboi Baba Yaga Knows All, Sees All by Sarah A. Drew Just Lucky, I Guess by Tom Dillon [...]

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Crossed Genres issue 31: HEROES & HEROINES is released!

June 30, 2011

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We’re thrilled to bring you CG’s 3st issue, with 5 exciting tales of Heroes & Heroines to read for free on the website: Life Line by Sandra M. Odell Trapped Inside of Good by Adam King Kinetica by Rachel Bender Yerushalom by S. Ali The Foolish Samurai by M. Shaw Please read, enjoy, and let [...]

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Crossed Genres issue 30: LUCK is released!

April 30, 2011

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We’re very pleased to bring you CG’s 30th issue! There are 5 remarkable stories of LUCK to read for free on the website: How the Goddess Came to Spring Flowering Valley by Andrew Penn Romine Little Magic by Tom Howard Luck Be a Lady by Amy Sundberg Paid by DeAnna Knippling I Can’t Imagine by [...]

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Crossed Genres issue 29: MYSTERY is here!

April 5, 2011

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The Mystery issue of Crossed Genres is live with new fiction! In the House of the Brelshby Barbara Krasnoff Soul of the Cityby Jamie Mason The Body and the Bombby John P. Murphy Down Thereby Aaron Polson The Peculiar Peopleby Erik T. Johnson Enjoy, and please leave a comment or two telling the authors what [...]

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Issue 24: Characters of Color released! (Repost)

November 1, 2010

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Crossed Genres is proud to announce the release of our 24th issue! Theme: Characters of Color ARTWORK: Cover: “Long Walk” by Wilson Williams Jr. Inside: “Regal” by Grace D. Palmer FICTION: Flying With the Dead by Sabrina Vourvoulias Protected Entity by Daniel José Older Drag Queen Astronaut by Sandra McDonald Presence by Barbara Ann Wright [...]

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Issue 24: Characters of Color released!

October 31, 2010

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Crossed Genres is proud to announce the release of our 24th issue! Theme: Characters of Color ARTWORK: Cover: “Long Walk” by Wilson Williams Jr. Inside: “Regal” by Grace D. Palmer FICTION: Flying With the Dead by Sabrina Vourvoulias Protected Entity by Daniel José Older Drag Queen Astronaut by Sandra McDonald Presence by Barbara Ann Wright [...]

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Issue 23 (Dreams & Nightmares) has been released!

September 30, 2010

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Issue 23 of Crossed Genres has been released! COVER ART: “Torn Psyche” by Cloxboy FICTION: The Mongrel Scholar by Ursula Wood Theft of Dreams by Tim Ford Significantly Other by R.C. Lewis Seeing Stars by Debi Carroll The Frog Princess by Mae Empson Butterfly Dreams by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt Please read, enjoy, and comment! And [...]

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