Issue#6 is all about Gods and Monsters, and here we have five fine speculative fiction and poetry offerings exploring religion and politics. Faith brings wonder to a small religious knick-knack shop in Tiny Miracles by Armel Dagorn. In Sheitel by Anna Lea Jancewicz, the act of communion with God becomes a little too literal. Governance falls into the hands of the machines in the dark Deadelus by Niall Bourke, which sees a city begin to prey on its own inhabitants, and a God gives birth rather unceremoniously to life in Poem Myth by Mark Burgh. Plus July's bonus story The Slide Rule of Divinity by Chris Aspinall, a weird and funny story set in the afterlife.
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