Issue 12 of AHF Magazine was published in September 2020 and includes a lead story by Susan Cornford, 'Almost Like The Twilight Zone', an article by L G Parker on the illusion of inevitibility in history, many more stories, poetry by John Grey, Angelo Letizia, Meg Smith and Michael Lee Johnson, as well as part 2 of Robert Bridge's feature on Kinmel Revisited. The cover image is 'The Missing Time' by Hilary Bryanston.
AHF Magazine issue 12 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 12 has as its lead story 'Almost Like The Twilight Zone'. Among many excellent stories are 'Hypegolic' by Tyler James Russell (pictured above), 'The Parser's Find' by Stephen Faulkner, 'The Train' by K M Mohr, 'Amy' by Chelsea Baker, and 'Splitting The Rock' by Robert Knox.
Issue 12 of AHF Magazine includes poetry by John Grey, Angelo Letizia, Meg Smith and Michael Lee Johnson. Pictured above is the illustration to 'Flower Girl' by Michael Lee Johnson, available as a set-to-music song at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-gU6_U-SiM
Issue 12 of AHF Magazine includes an article by L G Parker on the illusion of inevitibility in history, a pre-review look at the world of 'As Ants to the Gods" by Alex Burcher, and a book feature by Martin Missaiel on his novel 'The Alternative History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire'.
AHF Magazine issue 12 includes part 2 of Robert Bridge's Kinmel Revisited, dramatising the events at a Canadian army camp in North Wales in 1919, and Brian G. Davies' travelogue of a visit last year to Carew Castle (pictured above) and Tenby in the Welsh county of Pembrokeshire.
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