Tag Archives: Frank Byrns

Live! In the Link Age: Short Reviews of 2015 (Revisited)

The last time we saw Alice Gailsone she was lying in a hospital bed recuperating from injuries sustained from an atomic bomb (The Red Rook). In her first post-nuclear adventure (“Old Ghosts” / By Casey Glanders / First Printing: August … Continue reading

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A Peek Behind the Mask

Frank Byrns is the editor/publisher/guiding light of A Thousand Faces, a quarterly journal of superhuman (Metahuman? Extrahuman?) fiction. He’s also a writer, and may even be a superhero sidekick, as well. Obviously he is deeply invested in the genre, and … Continue reading

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