Issue 11 of AHF Magazine was published in July 2020 and includes part 3 of The Umbramon by Kaz Morran, and stories from Gylen Odling, Dr Jack Effron, David C. Schwartz, K.M. Mohr, M.E. Proctor, John F. Keane, David Berger, and Steven G. Farrell. L.G. Parker provides an alternate history look at the Battle of Omdurman, whilst Brian G. Davies writes a short history of Lancaster, and recounts a cruise up the Mekong River. There is poetry from Dmitry Blizniuk, Krista Canterbury Adams, Richard Stevenson, Kim Malinowski, Ron Torrence, and Fabrice Poussin. Robert Bridge introduces us to his historical work based on Kinmel Revisited, and Joey Vimsante provides an overview of his work on Robin Hood. The cover image is Into Battle by John F. Keane.
AHF Magazine issue 11 is published by the Wolfian Press and is dedicated to promoting alternate history and the associated genres of Science Fiction, Steampunk, Historical Fiction and Fantasy.
AHF Magazine issue 11 includes part 3 of serialised story The Umbramon by Kaz Morran, The Clock by K M Mohr (pictured), Willowmore by M E Proctor, An Inalienable Fear by Gylen Odling, The Best Time Travelling Gizmo Ever by Steven G Farrell, and more.
Issue 11 of AHF Magazine includes poetry by Krista Canterbury Adams (pictured), Kim Malinowski, Fabrice Poussin, Ron Torrence, Richard Stevenson, David C. Schwartz, and Dmitry Blizniuk. The cover image is Into Battle by John F. Keane.
L G Parker writes on the Battle of Omdurman and what might have happened to history had things gone differently, for one individual especially. Robert Bridge (pictured) introduces Kinmel Revisited, and the story from 1919.
AHF Magazine 11 includes a travelogue by Brian G. Davies of his journey up the Mekong River to Vietnam and Cambodia, taking in the history of both countries, both ancient such as Angkor Wat and modern such as the Killing Fields and the Viet Cong tunnels.
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