ISF # 1 – Teaser 1
First page of “Metal Can Lanterns” by Joyce Chng!
Note that it is a preliminary version and, as such, it is subject to suffer amendments before publication date.
Dear ISF readers: you are now free to download our “baby”
Thats right, we achieved our goal to publish the first number (number zero actually) in June. This means we had to work really hard in order to do so! But hey, we have done it! And I am proud to say it!
Now we will wait peacefully for you to tell us what do you think of the magazine, what is great about it, what is not so great and what we really need to change! So, without further ado, download the Pdf. version (e-book version will be available in two weeks counting from today) and read it! Then get back here and leave your comments!
One thing is certain: International Speculative Fiction is here to stay!
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30 June 2012
How awesome do you thought it was?
Pretty awesome I bet!
Here are the various “stages” of Hauke’s work:
You can click on the image and zoom in to better see the details.
Hauke Vagt sites:
The International Speculative Fiction isn’t made only of words!
I could not resist to show every one of you the magnificent illustration made by my friend Hauke Vagt (German Illustrator) to the presentation of Dagon (a Portuguese fanzine that I edit).
Do you want to know what the most amazing thing about this illustration is? It is actually Lisbon, in the year 2220. The bridge that you see is the Portuguese 25th of April Bridge when you look up from Alcântara (parish of Lisbon). The level of detail of the illustration is just astonishing, you can actually see, if you zoom in, the number of the flying vehicle (a Portuguese famous ”Eléctrico”).
In that future Lisbon vending machines they are selling copies of “Dagon” and “Conto Fantástico” (the two magazines/fanzines that I created and edit).
What do you think of the illustration?