What you've been waiting for! Weird stories of science fiction and horror, evocative poetry and enlightening articles all carefully chosen to provoke and entertain! Each issue of Fungi includes a special spotlight section, a film and video review column and interior artwork by such greats as Richard Corben, Christopher J. Porter and Gregorio Montejo! Fungi is the magazine that's been designed especially for you, the discriminating epicure of the fantastic. Order now because your ship has just come in!
This issue was so big, so colossal, that we were forced to split it in two!First, you'll get the latest issue of Fungi which features a special spotlight section on legendary fantasiste C.S. Lewis. This section includes such essays as Supernatural Horror in Literature by Dale Nelson; The Christian Dialectic by Pierre Comtois; Narnia: the Analogous World of C.S. Lewis; by Gregorio Montejo and two pieces by Ben Avery: The Mythopoeia of C.S. Lewis and C.S. Lewis on Film and Video. Our spotlight winds up with The Star Bath a poem by C.S. Lewis, the master himself!
Fiction: The Three O'Clock and Per Chance to Dream both by David Daniel.
Non-Fiction: Don't Dream: Fungi book review by Jonathan Eke and Beyond the Fields We Know: an appreciation of Gervasio Gallardo by Pierre Comtois.
Poetry by: Joseph Setti, Henry J. Vester III and Tamara Vishkina.
Interior art by: Theodor Kittlesen.
And when you finish Fungi, move on to Chronicles of the Cthulhu Codex, #17 for a compendium of stories detailing every weird and bizarre twist and turn in H.P. Lovecraft's popular horror cycle including:Fiction: Aqua Salaria by Pierre Comtois; The Ebb of Reason, The Exorcism of Iagsat and The Forgotten Rituals of Mnar by Joseph Pulver; The Tulu Jar by Ann K. Schwader; The Mutual Doom of the Lord Hwepkath and the Lady Myopphwe by Simon Whitechapel; Shadow Falls Needs Guitars by Ron J. Zimmerman.
Non-Fiction: Against the Providence Point of View and The Phosphor Lamps of Clark Ashton Smith by Ron Hilger (with Donald Sidney-Fryer); Some Thoughts on H.P. Lovecraft, the Cthulhu Mythos and the State of Weird Fiction by Pierre Comtois; Clark Ashton Smith: Fantasiste or Science Fictioneer? by Simon Whitechapel.
Poetry by: Clark Ashton Smith and Richard Tierney.
Interior art by: Christopher G. Porter and Gregorio Montejo.