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Issue 23 of The Deadlands contains original fiction from Amal Singh, and Elou Carroll; poetry from Nwuguru Chidiebere Sullivan, Lysz Flo, and Beatrice Winifred Iker; and nonfiction from Julia Mallory, as well as our recurring Ask A Necromancer column by Amanda Downum.

I thought I was telling the truth, and sharing my memories of Baba. But in my tale, my father only saw one thing. That I was a culprit somehow, who had snatched his Papa from him earlier than it was deemed by the universe.

Notes From a Pyre, Amal Singh

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    About The Deadlands

    The Deadlands is a monthly speculative fiction magazine. We publish short stories, poems, and essays about the other realms, of the ends we face here, and the beginnings we find elsewhere. It is an adventure into the unknown, to meet those who live there still, even though they may be dead. Death is a journey we all will take, but we’d like to peek at the map before we go.

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