The Hopes and Fears issue is here with 45 pages of content featuring: Fiction from Mezheb R. Chowdhury, Sarah Crabtree, Nigel Ford, Adam Frosh, Chris Hart, Neil K. Henderson, David Rudd, William M. Sims, and DJ Tyrer. Non-Fiction from John C. Krieg, Christopher Moore, and DJ Tyrer. Poetry from D.C. Buschmann, Aeronwy Dafies, Judy DeCroce, […]Read more "Issue 25 is here!"
42 pages of content featuring: Fiction from Edward Ahern, Neil K. Henderson, Mark Mellon, AL Morgan, Neil K. Spencer, Damian Tarnowski, and DJ Tyrer. Non-Fiction from Brittany Shear. Poetry from Edward Ahern, Jake Cosmos Aller, Robert Beveridge, Aeronwy Dafies, DS Davidson, Judy DeCroce, Greg Fewer, John Grey, Fredric Hildebrand, Mark Hudson, Valkyrie Kerry, LindaAnn LoSchiavo, […]Read more "Issue 24 is here!"
29 pages of content featuring: Fiction from Khadija Anderson, Miles Ellingham, Trevor Hearfield, Neil K. Henderson, DJ Tyrer, Jeanie Warner, and Jordan Whatman. Poetry from Khadija Anderson, Jeff Burt, Jill Morgan Clark, Andrew Darlington, Neil K. Henderson, Mark Hudson, Valkyrie Kelly, Ruth Sabath Rosenthal, Gerard Sarnat, and DJ Tyrer. Artwork by Valkyrie Kelly, and Emily […]Read more "Issue 23 is here!"
Jeffrey Zable: Work has a ‘classical feel’ to it. Mythological, if you will. . . Faves are: HER FATHER’S ARM UBIQUITOUS, SLEEPING WITH THE FISH, THREE KINGS, THE CARAVAN FROM THRAA, I GREW UP WITH AN ONION (not to say that I didn’t like the other pieces as well) Also. . . nice photos, paintings, and collages. Andrew Darlington: Wow! […]Read more "Responses to issue 22"
Join us as we enter worlds of fantasy in the latest issue of Tigershark ezine. 43 pages of content featuring: Fiction from Edward Ahern, Diane Arrelle, Dan Belanger, Louise Cooper, Andrew Darlington, EM Eastick, Neil K. Henderson, Ken Rosenberger, DJ Tyrer, and Jeffrey Zable. Poetry from Ennis Rook Bashe, Aeronwy Dafies, Neil K. Henderson, Mark […]Read more "Issue 22 is here!"
Neil K. Henderson writes – It’s certainly been a longer issue this time – and an issue of two halves, as it seems, the more traditional love-based stories in the first half, with the weird/genre stuff later. Being so inclined, I naturally favoured the second half, though there was nothing wrong with the earlier stuff. Indeed, […]Read more "Feedback on issue 21"
Love and hate – two primal emotions that have led to this seventy-page issue that is available to download now! 70 pages of content featuring: Fiction from George Aitch, Diane Arrelle, Jenny Butler, Neil K. Henderson, Stephen Howard, Tina Koenig, John Ord, Claudine Peyre, Randolph S. Stewart, Lucy Stone, DJ Tyrer, Laura Voigts, Ken Weichel, […]Read more "Issue 21 is here!"