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Issue Details: First known date: 2020... 2020 New Writers Unearthed : Pamela Jeffs
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'Pamela writes speculative fiction with a focus on science fiction, weird-Western, fantasy, and paranormal. She describes her writing style as emotive and genre bending. She especially likes to play with subverting tropes; reading her work, it’s not uncommon to find dragons in science fiction worlds, or gun-slinging werewolves stalking saloons.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Andromeda Spaceways Magazine no. 79 June Joel Schanke (editor), Mallory Thomas (editor), 2020 20878753 2020 periodical issue 'One of Mallory’s favourite speculative fiction novels, Carve the Mark, by Veronica Roth, contains a quote that encompasses nearly all the works revealed in this issue: “It’s hard to know what’s right in this life,” she said. “We do what we can, but what we really need is mercy.” Considering the state of the world at the moment—with civil unrest, COVID 19, and numerous protests—it’s no surprise that the selections of speculative fiction for Issue #79 had an underlying theme: love in all forms.' (Publication summary) 2020 pg. 56-59
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