The Kyanite Press: Volume 1, Issue 2 (Nov/Dec 2018)

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This issue of the Kyanite Press contains some amazing stories that all examine the human condition in one way or another.

Release Date: November 1st, 2018

Length: ~100 pages

Price: $8.85 Paperback; $5.85 eBook

Genres: Speculative Fiction Journal; Science Fiction; Fantasy; Horror

 

 

 

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This issue of the Kyanite Press contains some amazing stories that all examine the human condition in one way or another. From the introspective psychology of “The Teacup” by David McAlister to the grand social drama of “Stone Faces” by Marcus Hansson, these stories all examine different facets of our humanity. Be it exploring our deepest fear – the fear of the unknown – or showing how a society of people works together to overcome obstacles.

 

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About The Kyanite Press

The Kyanite Press is a bi-monthly journal of speculative fiction.  Inside this homage to the pulp magazines of the last century you will find tales of science fiction, fantasy, and horror from some of the most imaginative upcoming indie authors in the genre.  Every issue is packed with fiction and NO commercial advertising, just information about Kyanite Publishing books and authors!  Explore amazing new worlds, travel to exotic realms, and delve inside the human mind in ways you will never see anywhere else!

The Kyanite Press

Release dates every January, March, May, July, September, and November.  Special Halloween Horror Fest every October!

Praise For the Kyanite Press

“Wow! This was much longer than I expected! Great stories!”
5-Star Amazon review for Volume 1, Issue 1

“This premiere issue harkens back to the bygone age of pulp fiction magazines. The speculative tales of little-known and unknown authors combine to form an interesting and entertaining experience.”
5-Star Amazon review for Volume 1, Issue 1

“A good read in the tradition of the early 20th Century pulps, but updated for today’s sensibilities. Looking forward to future editions!”
5-Star Amazon review for Volume 1, Issue 1

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