New Sam Stone Short Story To Premier On SFBuzz Magazine

SFBuzz Preview Magazine.

SFBuzz Preview Magazine.

Sam Stone, award winning author of Zombies at Tiffany’s, Zombies of New York and the Vampire Gene novels has agreed to submit new original fiction for the first issue of speculative fiction SFBuzz Magazine.

Details of the first issue will be published soon. Each issue will have a number of pieces of short speculative fiction written by a mix established writers, up and coming start and hand picked debut authors. Though diverse in nature each issues stories will carry a running theme.

In addition to the original fiction there will also be interviews with writers, film makers, games makers and all other players in the industry. The content will be produced by established writers in the genre. The full magazine will be around 80 pages, full colour PDF.

The first issue of SFBuzz Magazine will be published late 2013 subject to a crowd funding campaign through indiegogo http://igg.me/at/sfbuzz/

All the pieces are in place, a new dawn is coming. SFBuzz Magazine will live.

Sam Stone

Sam Stone‘s first novel, Killing Kiss, won the silver award for Best Horror Novel in ForeWord Magazine’sBook of the Year competition, and her subsequent novels and short stories have gained her much acclaim, including winning the British Fantasy Award. Recent works include the novella Zombies at Tiffany’sand the vampire novel Silent Sand, and Killing Kiss was recently sold to Germany. She holds an MA in Creative Writing and is a noted public speaker and lecturer. Sam’swebsite is at www.sam-stone.com.

SFBuzz Magazine

SFBuzz will be Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror fiction magazine, available online for tablets, Smart phones, PC and Mac The magazine will include; Features written by genre authors; Interviews with genre authors, games and movie makers; Original short fiction, unpublished in other places. Familiar names and the opportunity to find something new.

Preview magazine

http://get.sfbuzz.com/13aQuMm

Indiegogo Campaign

http://igg.me/at/sfbuzz/

SFBuzz Website

http://sfbuzz.com

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Brian founded Scifind after university, studying Molecular Biology and Genetics. Brian's adventures in the lab rekindled his love of science fiction and led indirectly to him deciding to form his own online marketing company. Scifind followed and now he spends his time working on Scifind.com and most importantly, the SF Buzz. As the editor and founder, Brian is responsible for the magazine's direction and vision. He tweets too much @scifind

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