-The frontier is full of opportunity and tragedy, but anything can happen in the Wild West - even magic.
-Deserts are transformative places, even on Mars, where the first settlers are robots, not men.
-The difference between the good guys and the bad guys isn’t as simple as the color of their hats.
-Road trip! If your car breaks down, you’d better hope you’ve got something worth living for.
Saddle up and "Go West" in Issue Six of Crossed Genres Magazine, along with brilliant cover art by Nicc Balce and a fascinating article on the origins of the SciFi Western genre by Jeffrey Richardson, the Assistant Curator of film and Popular Culture at the Autry national Center of the American West.
Crossed Genres is now accepting writing submissions for the upcoming SciFi and Fantasy Anthropomorphism issue. Just a reminder: Crossed Genres is now a paying market.
NEW! Crossed Genres is now accepting submissions for completed novella or novel-length fiction to be serialized on our website exclusively for our subscribers. We are also accepting "pitches" for a webcomic to run for a year on our website, also exclusively for our Subscribers. Upon completion, each will be published by Crossed Genres in its entirety.
On June 1st, Crossed Genres will release its SciFi/Fantasy Urban issue, with stunning cover art by Paul Davey and an interview with Literary Agent Mike Kabongo.
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Issue Six: SciFi and Fantasy Western
(5 stories of the SF & Fantasy Frontier - "Cowboys And Robots: The Birth of the Science Fiction Western" by Jeffrey Richardson - "Dueling Mechs" cover art "Ten Ton Automatons 'n' Six Shooters" by Nicc Balce - "Damned Good Shot": Art by Katoo Deziel)