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Fools Motley Magazine
Fools Motley Magazine

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Current Issue

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Issue #7, July 2005:

Martian Sparklers,

by K.M. Praschak

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The Blueblade Warriors,

by Brian G. Ross

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The Landing,

by Brian C.Petroziello

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The Count's Daughter,

by Martin Green

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Blip,

by Barrie Christian

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Previous Issues

Fools Motley has ceased publication, and is no longer looking for new work- but we'd like to thank our phenomenally generous contributors who have agreed to leave the vast majority of already published works on-line for your entertainment. We really can't praise them enough for all they've done for us.


So, feel free to peruse all seven issues of Fools Motley at your leisure, and we hope you have as much fun with them as we did.

(Dan has set up shop on Myspace, where you can find out what he's up to these days.)

Issue #7

July, 2005

Featuring:


Martian Sparklers,
Shows us the future may change, but human relationships never get any easier,
by K.M. Praschak


The Blueblade Warriors,
Another example of how a sword only gets you so far, sometimes you need the banjo,
by Brian G. Ross


The Landing,
Finds another promising planet filled with pesky primitives,
by Brian C.Petroziello


The Count's Daughter,
Has trouble finding a love her dad will approve of,
by Martin Green


Blip,
Is going through one strange, but touching, childhood,
by Barrie Christian


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Author Links



Would you like to learn more about Rosalind Barden, author of "A Failure of Self-Help?" Check out her homepage.

If you loved reading T.P. Keatings, "Stony Weather", give his homepage a try

Brian C. Petroziello now has a homepage up as well, give it a look

If you've enjoyed the the works of H. David Blalock that you've read in Fools Motley Magazine then check out his Eclectic Dreams collection on-line.

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Fools Motley is an internet magazine devoted entirely to humorous works of the science fiction and fantasy genre. At present, despite the enormous popularity of such authors as Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett, there is a real void of publications printing short stories of a similar ilk. Fools Motley Magazine seeks to fill this void by offering new and established authors a platform to showcase their talents, giving the reader access to a wonderful brand of comedy they will not find anywhere else. By bending the laws of reality, our stories exaggerate humanity's faults and point at the true humor present in our actions and the world around us.

Fools Motley Magazine has had its laugh and will be closing down on November 1, 2005.


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