Magazine

Wyldblood Magazine will publish bi-monthly through 2021.

Single issues also available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com. Non-UK customers should check postage rates – Amazon may be a cheaper option.

“completely unique and stunningly creative “ WSBC

“fun and entertaining stories” Out of This World

“there’s sure to be something to entice you” Thousand Monkeys

Wyldblood Magazine subscriptions

Six issues of cutting edge fantasy and science fiction from established and upcoming writers. Packed with stories, interviews and reviews. Available in print or digitally.

£15 digital / £35 print

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Wyldblood Magazine # 4

Nine brand new fantasy and science fiction stories.

All new science fiction and fantasy stories featuring mad robots, monster trucks, the end of the world, trainee psycopaths and much more.

£2.99 digital / £5.99 print

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Wyldblood Magazine # 3

Eight brand new fantasy and science fiction stories.

A sprint for survival – a burning resentment – a way to survive – an imperfect match – a mind in turmoil – a forbidden love – a spirit released –  a digital triumph.

£2.99 digital / £5.99 print

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Wyldblood Magazine # 2

Eleven great fantasy and science fiction stories.

A stifling obligation—a genie’s duplicity—a stranded astronaut—an abandoned dinosaur— a house full of stifling memories—a god greening the South—a woman stuck in traffic hell—a brain stuffed with adverts—an android boy stuck in mid stride— a chance to live a new life in a new body—an ostrich feather in the Old West.

£2.99/5.99

Wyldblood Magazine # 1

Fantasy, science fiction and a touch of darkness.

Eleven stories, one interview, loads of book reviews and a bright, shiny cover. We’ve got frogs and dogs, doll’s houses and crows, soul eaters and graffiti artists, ice sculptures and coal miners, wizards and savants and a cyclist on a mission. Fantasy, science fiction and a touch of darkness all in a tightly packed supersized 84 pages.

We’ve also got an interview with Tiffani Angus, whose debut novel Threading the Labyrinth has been shortlisted for a BSFA Best Novel award, and reviews of the latest from Jen Williams, Stephen Baxter, Alastair Reynolds and others.

We think it’s brilliant but if you want a second (and third) opinion there are great reviews of this issue here and here.

£2.99/5.99

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