Issue 32 is here!

Issue Thirty-two (“Plants”) is available to download from the issues page. 90 pages of content featuring: Fiction from Christopher Baker, Sarah Crabtree, Brett Dyer, Matthew John Fletcher, Paul Grover, Neil K. Henderson , Valkyrie Kerry, Rob Ottesen, David Rudd, Billy Stanton, and DJ Tyrer. Non-Fiction from Jason Jenkover. Prose Poetry from DJ Tyrer. Poetry from […]

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Responses to issue 31

Thank you. This is a beautiful issue. I am a great fan of John Gray, and I enjoyed his work in particular. – Ann Howells … What a nice issue! Great cover! I particularly liked End of the World, Bus Stop Monster and Haiku. Glad to be included. – Gary Beck … Have just finished […]

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Issue 31 is here!

Issue Thirty-one (“The City”) is now available to download from the issues page. 96 pages of content featuring: Fiction from Diane Arrelle, Christopher Baker, John Baldwin, Gary Beck, Stuart Cavet, Maia Cornish, Harris Coverley, Sarah Crabtree, Brett Dyer, Rupert Eugster, R.A. Gallagher, Rachel Ginsberg, Paul Grover, Luke Harrower, Neil K. Henderson, Jason Jenkover, Valkyrie Kelly, […]

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Response to issue 30

Neil K. Henderson pronounces the issue “A good meaty read with some standout prose faves. Village Under A Spell was gruesomely mysterious. The Kostler Bequest gripped me with its detailed build-up of suspense. The Mytho-Poetic Garden Club had a special green identity of its own (I’m glad I’m not that close to my garden.) Crossing […]

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Issue 30 is here!

Issue thirty (“Mystery”) is now available to download from the issues page. 96 pages of content featuring: Fiction from Dan Belanger, Samantha Brooke, Harris Coverley, Ekaterina Cruz Marquez Aguilar, DS Davidson, Faye Draper, Brett Dyer, Jane Fairfax, Paul Grover, Evan Hay, Neil K. Henderson,  James How, Rebecca Lewis, Celine Rose Mariotti, Matt McBride, David Micklem, […]

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Further feedback on issue 29

Dear DS, With a bit more available time recently and no more reading backlog, I could finally read Tigershark cover to cover. Issue 29 is a real blast! It keeps me feeling terrific while immersed in a repulsive situation. I especially like Jaurès by Fred Pollack and Stepping Out on Derby Day by Virginia Betts. […]

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Issue 29 is here!

The History issue is now available to download… 117 pages of content featuring: Fiction from Edward Ash, Phil Charter, DS Davidson, DC Diamondopolous, Jan Forsman, Melissa Grindon, Praniti Gulyani, Evan Hay, Neil K. Henderson, Chris Jones, Beth Kephart, John Mueter, Gene J. Parola, Ken Rosenberger, David Rudd, JJ Steinfeld, Tamberlyn Sykes, DJ Tyrer, KA Williams, […]

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Update on issue 29

As usual, things haven’t gone exactly to plan with the new issue. But, for a change, the reason is a positive one… I had hoped to respond to all submissions by now and be starting on compiling the issue, to have it out well before the end of the month. Instead, I am still busy […]

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Feedback on issue 28

As I just received Tigershark 28 before the Christmas holidays immediately preceding third lockdown, I didn’t get to  read much before the unseasonal end of March this year. I did enjoy most of it – especially An English Noelle,  Alter Egos, That’s My Tree and Eight of Our Reindeer are Missing. A couple of the […]

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