What better way to celebrate the fall season than with a new Black Lands story! 

Space & Time #134

In “A Glass Darkly,” Felix Renn receives an unpleasant blast from the past when he’s asked to help an old colleague set up a meeting with the Paranormal Intelligence Agency. 

What follows is a nightmarish bloodbath from which Felix might not be able to escape. 

This was a fun story to write, in part because I got to explore a bit of Felix’s backstory, but mostly because I got to cut loose with some visceral action featuring PIA agents going toe-to-claw with some really nasty Black Lands entities… with Felix caught in the middle. 

On a rather cool side note, I believe the magazine features the first artist rendition of Felix Renn. There’ve been many Felix stories published over the years, but I’m sure pretty sure none of the artwork thus far has provided a glimpse as to what Mr. Renn looks like. 

Space & Time is available in print and electronic versions. This issue also features fiction from some other excellent authors, so I hope you’ll check it out. 

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Random Writing Quote

"I wrote one novelette in that [Gothic] style just to see if I could do it. But that's not the way I think – I'm a realist. Whatever success I've had is because I am a realist: I make whatever I write about seem very realistic. I can only set my stories in realistic settings that I readily understand. I can't do haunted castles and dungeons. Or mystic kingdoms with little trolls running around ... I admire people who can do that – one of my favorite books is The Sword in the Stone. And I admire J.R.R. Tolkien a great deal. But I can't write that kind of fantasy."
Richard Matheson

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