Cynthia Ward


EconoClash Review No. 5

EconoClash Review No. 5

EconoClash Review No. 5
J.D. Graves: Welcome Thrill Seekers
Cynthia Ward “California Communion”
Cameron Mount “Silo”
E.F. Sweetman “Mr. Muffin”
R. Daniel Lester “The Retcon”
Aeryn Rudel “Luck Be a Bullet”
David Rachels “The Bridesmaid”
Die Booth “Hell Yeah!”
Adam S. Furman “Service with a Smith”
Aristo Couvaras “The Sleep-Tights”
J. Manfred Weichsel “Aid and Comfort”
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Editor-in-Chief: J.D. Graves
Cover: Eric Asaris
Story Art: Duane Crockett
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Cynthia Ward’s “Roadsong”

Pulp Modern Vol. 2 No. 3 pages 74–75Stories from Pulp Modern Vol. 2 No. 3

Cynthia Ward has sold stories to Analog, Asimov’s, Black Cat Mystery Magazine, Nightmare, Weirdbook, Weird Tales, and other magazines and anthologies. She edited the anthologies Lost Trails: Forgotten Tales of the Weird West Volumes 1–2 (WolfSinger Publications).With Nisi Shawl, she coauthored the fiction-writing handbook, Writing the Other: A Practical Approach (Aqueduct Press). She sold her short pulp novels, The Adventure of the Incognita Countess and The Adventure of the Dux Bellorum, to Aqueduct Press.