Aoife’s Kiss Issue 44 is Here!

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The 44th issue of our classic science fiction and fantasy magazine Aoife’s Kiss Issue 44 is now available in our Bookstore.  It’s a wonderful collection of both genres including short stories, flash fiction and poetry by writers known and new to the field.  Here’s what’s in this issue:


The Sea Wraith by Ashley Marie Bergner,  OutRigger by Jay Maul,
Big Dog by David Brookes,   A Black Gaping Hole by Bria Burton,   Beyond the Gates by Liz Colter,  Limbo People by Louis N. Gruber, Dahlia’s Feast by Milo James Fowler,  The Electrochemical Shadow Knows by John Skylar, The Zombie’s Tale by Leif Behmer, Alyosha’s Choice by Lani Carroll

Flash Fiction

IronFae by Rachel A. Brune,  Rattitude by Scott Virtes,  Brenna the Raven Makes Her Own Time, by Kelda Crich


You Know the Rules by Jordan Taylor, CyberDebris by Bruce Boston,  On Tuesday At Noon by Sara Cordova,  Mendel Gone Mad by Terry Portillo,  Fields of Summer by Yoshira Marbel, Threads by G. O. Clark,  Outreach by Peter Roberts,  First Contact by John Grey, The Martian Prisoner by John Grey,  Asteroid Orphan by Alicia A. Curtis,  Ogres by Gary Every,  Rue Thinks the Test Will Be Fun by Brock Marie Moore,  The Edge Of The Cosmos by Christina Sng, Discoveries by Christina Sng, Robert Burns’ Certainty Principle by Marie H. Lewis

Aoife’s Kiss Issue 43 Arrives


Aoife’s Kiss Issue 43 is now available for download in our bookstore along with a host of other new magazines that we publish- fifteen and counting!

Aoife’s Kiss is the brainchild of science fiction publishing legend Tyree Campbell and our Sams Dot Publishing group and it has just grown better and better over the years offering the best in innovative science fiction and fantasy by both new talent and established writers.  This issue contains:

Fiction D. Gansen: Just Another Cochoc Vys Wayne Carey: Property Values Ken Liu: The Messenger’s Tale Meryl Ferguson: A Life In Trade Jen Hansum: The Seal King Daniel Algara: The Mage Of Manera Lorraine Pinelli Brown: The Heisenberg Principle Jennifer Rachel Baumer: Harp’s World: Finding Lives In The Balance Jennifer Juneau: Broken Bryan Wein Lakeside: An Old Dream Jamie Lackey: Sleeping Beauty Chris Zollner: The Kindred Tim McDaniel: Season’s Greetings

Poems Wanda A. Wallace: Switches Suzanne Sykora: Rune Stones Christina Sng: Gaea’s Eulogy Shelly Bryant: Jade-Tiger Christina Sng: The Monolith Rone Wisten: Forever Love JD DeHart: Rusted World Amanda Jo Angleberger: Suffocation Between Octopus Arms Richard H. Fay: Pixies In The Porridge Shelly Bryant: Apocalypse,

Now And Again Features Sweet Tooth reviewed by Ryan David Muirhead

Illustrations Richard H. Fay: Pixies In The Porridge

Aoife’s Kiss


For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure of being introduced, Aoife’s Kiss is our stellar science fiction and fantasy magazine.  Here’s what’s in Issue 42:

Stories Steve Newton: The Woman Who Will Be Murdered Yesterday Tim McDaniel: The Walk Back D. Thomas Minton: The Last Horse Nyki Blatchley: Witch Rebecca Harwell: Shifting Sands Of Blood L. Joseph Shosty: Of All Beautiful Things Mary E. Lowd: Life With The Tumblers Brent Knowles: The Onion Farmer Charlie Brooks: Foundling Tony Peak: Infernal Heroes Giovanni Giusti: Spirit Landing Sarah L. Byrne: The Princess In The Tower Grant J. Howe: Untethered Olga Godim: From Garbage With Magic Eamonn Murphy: Fifteen Hundred poems Diego Miller: Picnic At Area 51 Sandra Sowers Platt: Confusing Confessions Stephanie V. Sears: Willa And Alaric Holly Day: The Ghosts At The Mall Holly Day: Duckweed On The Timing Belt Anna Sykora: The Sadness Anna Sykora: The Hottest Yet Will H. Blackwell Jr.: Appropriated Plan Yue Xing Wang: To Seek, To Remain Jason Sturner: Out Of The Ad Space Stephanie V. Sears: In Legend

features Writing Talk with James Gunn, interviewed by Bryan Thomas Schmidt