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 Post subject: FREE BLACK STATIC #12
PostPosted: Sun Aug 30, 2009 10:38 am 
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Promotional offer of a free copy of Black Static issue 12.

Please help spread the word on blogs and forums but please include a link to the web page as we can't accept requests any other way. Thanks. :)


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Andy wrote:
Promotional offer of a free copy of Black Static issue 12.

Please help spread the word on blogs and forums but please include a link to the web page as we can't accept requests any other way. Thanks. :)


This is very generous of you guys - I filled in your online form a couple of days ago and look forward to receiving my copy!

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Derek


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Reminder for everybody who took up the offer of a promotional copy of Black Static 12...

Issue 13 will mail out by the 16th October, so if you enjoyed your free issue and have been considering a subscription, now would be a good time, so we can include you in that mailing.

Here's a handy link. :)


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Rich Horton review of Black Static 12 for his column in the October Locus. He says that, "Black Static's version of "horror" probably fits my taste as well as any horror magazine. The best story in the August/September issue is Nina Allen's atmospheric My Brother's Keeper," and Steve Rasnic Tem's Charles, "... is at first funny, but it closes on an effectively sad note. And T. F. Davenport's Bryson Feeds Families is funny throughout..."

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