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Crossed Genres by Bart Leib and Kay Holt

 

Crossed Genres is a monthly magazine of science fiction and fantasy.

Crossed Genres puts out an issue every month that is free to read online. Each issue has (usually, with a bit of variance) 5 short stories, 1 article and cover art. The final issue of each year is double-sized.

Every issue has a unique “theme” which all the content centers around; previous themes have included Antihero, Folklore, Child Fiction, Romance and LGBTQ, amongst others.

Each issue of Crossed Genres stays on the website for a year, so at any given time there are 12 issues, or roughly 65 short stories, to read. (And some older material stay up in the Archives at the writer or artist’s request.)

Note: Crossed Genres contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


An online magazine of fiction, updated monthly

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Listed: Apr 3, 2010

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By Linda Schoales, editor

Apr 3, 2010: The theme of the current issue is the Antihero. There are short stories, artwork, and an article using Captain Mal from Firefly as an example of the classic antihero.

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