Etherea Magazine #17


Space Travel is Pretty Boring, Actually – by Jane Brown

Countless Civilizations Rise and Fall – by Eric Wampler

I Don’t Regret Killing My Boyfriend – by aelily

Every Time the Circus Comes to Town – by Fred Coppersmith

Weft and Warp – by Hûw Steer

Wallpaper, Dense with Rosebuds – by Kris Bowser

The Fruits of a Prostitute’s Labor – by John Oakes

This Too Shall Pass – by Bob McHugh

Our Fate, Told in Photons – by K.W. Colyard

Coiffeur Seven – by Kiran Kaur Saini

The Eight Hundred Legs Of The Rio-Niterói Bridge – by Renan Bernardo

The One That is All – by Mike Adamson

A fun trivia: “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” is a science fiction novel by Philip K. Dick that was later adapted into a famous film. What is the title of the film?

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Etherea Magazine #16


Nine Minutes, by C. H. Weihmann

Hound, by Azlïn Auckburally

The Illusory Truth of Magical Mike’s Page Six, by D. Thomas Minton

The Golden Ones, by K. G. Davis

The Procedure Sign, by Leonard Richardson

Empty, by Kai Delmas

The Princess of Solomon Pond Mall, by Timothy Mudie

The Crown, by Taija Morgan

The Tidal Lock, by Dan Peacock

Pyrrha, by Antony Paschos

Fate is a Bloody Mistress, by Paula Hammond


Africa Risen is reviewed by Katie McIvor

Etherea Magazine #15 – October 2022


Epitaph, Incorporated, by Matthew Ross

A Haggling, by Rick Danforth

The Long People, by Nick Petrou

Ocean Wolf, by Zena Shapter

December’s Daughter, by Austin P. Sheehan

Moonlight Run, by Salvatore Pesaturo

As the Gentle Rain, by Kiera Lesley

Callis Praedictionem, by Renan Bernardo

Furnace Dreams, by Jasmine Arch

A Skulk of Ghosts, by Avra Margariti

Little Tom’s Reality, by Rebecca E. Treasure


Ledge by Stacey McEwan and Gargantuana’s Ghost, by Patrick Barb are reviewed by Katie McIvor

Etherea Magazine #14 – September 2022


The Cogwork Mermaid, by Matt Tighe

Sight of Soul, by Zachary Stvan

Jelly, by C.H. Pearce

The Unfortunate Fisherman, by Donna Faulkner née Miller

Piano Lessons in the Dark, by Sam W Pisciotta

The Path, by Aidan Wilson

Father’s House, by Grace Chan

Stardust, by Danai Christopoulou & Len Klapdor

Time and Again and Destiny Too, by Emily Randolph-Epstein

A Place for Broken Parts, by Matt Bliss

Two Brothers, One Stone, by Anna Madden


The Mountain in the Sea by Ray Nayler is reviewed by Katie McIvor

Etherea Magazine #13 – August 2022


Growing Feathers, by Eva Moon

Moon, by Carly Racklin

Wall or Hearth, by Melanie Harding-Shaw

Ride or Die, by R.J. Russell

Dragon’s Breath, by H. Robert Barland

Compatolyticsby David Far

Banquet of the Shooting Stars, by A.D. Sui

Divided By Zeroby Samantha Murray

The Brass Fly, by Vonnie Winslow Crist

The Sweetness at the End, by Jenny Rae Rappaport

In The Beginning, All Our Hands Are Cold, by Ephiny Gale

Thunderclouds & Lifelinesby Wendy Nikel

Rose-Colored Glass, by Regina Clarke


 Katie McIvor reviews both Sair Back, Sair Banes, by Anthony Engebretson, and Skin Grows Overby Lucy Elizabeth Allen.

Aidan Wilson provides a review of Every Version of You, by Grace Chan

Etherea Magazine #12 – July 2022


Body in a Bullrush, by Vic Tietze

I Am the Chalice and the Offering, by H.V. Patterson

Print a Soul in Six Easy Steps, A Primer by Clover Silverbrook, by Amanda Cook

Blink and You Miss It, by Keily Blair

Asylum, by Dawn Vogel

Stone City Shadow: Vampire Vigilante, by Julia LaFond

Three Times, by Samantha Kelly

An Echo of Gondwana, by Mike Adamson

Dead Men Walking, by Jeremy Szal

A Thief’s Work, by Scott Forbes Crawford

And the Red Dragon Passes, by Emily Randolph-Epstein


We interview talented author, Jason Fischer

Real Sugar is Hard to Find by Sim Kern is reviewed by Katie McIvor

Etherea Magazine #11 – June 2022


The Deepest Mysteries of the Game, by Jordan Chase-Young

Do I?, by Rachel Rodman

The Women at the Edge of the Universe, by Spencer Nitkey

The Fairest Is, by  Aimee Ogden

What You Will Find at a Memory Auction, by Eric Farrell

Don’t Forget Your Goat, by Rick Danforth

The Now Effect, by  Pauline Yates

Ghost Song, by Jeanne Kramer-Smyth

Boom & Bust, by  David F. Shultz

Across the White Desert, by Deborah Sheldon

A Hard Peace, by Eric Lewis


Cristiana Leone tells us about her artistic journey, in the Artist’s Showcase

The Cabinet by Un-su Kim is reviewed by Katie McIvor

Etherea Magazine #10 – May 2022


A Best Seller, by Helena McAuley

The Quick Study, by C.H. Pearce

Teardrops, by Kat Heckenbach

Music for a Dying Planet, by Lewis Chenouth

Salt & Iron, by Kellie Fahy

Ride Along, by Rhonda Parrish

In The Riverlands, Drowning, by Emma Louise Gill (Part 0, Part 1, Part 2)

Monstrous Behaviour, by Matt Tighe

Falling Upwards, by A. Zaykova

The Changing Table, by Salinda Tyson

Such Sweet Sorrow, by Gustavo Bondoni


Interview with Kevin Klehr, author of The Midnight Man.

Gary Trow is the talent behind the Artist’s Showcase

The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird is reviewed by Katie McIvor

Etherea Magazine #9 – April 2022


The Exonaut, by Dewi Hargreaves

Timmy Fell Down the Well, by M. Frei

Grasshopper, by Mikhaeyla Kopievsky

The Potion, by Matias Travieso-Diaz

PPR-771, by Laurie Bell

My Master’s Robe, by Greta Hayer

The Five Stages of Grief, by Michelle Ann King

Tracking, by Jason P. Burnham

A Burglary, Addressed By A Young Lady, by Elizabeth Porter Birdsall

Late, by S.F. Flanigan

Social Interface, by Nestor Delfino


Interview with  Melissa Caruso

Katie McIvor reviews A Master of Djinn by P. Djèlí Clark 

Etherea Magazine #8 – March 2022


A Necromancer Need Not Be Evil, by Nick Petrou

The Hunter’s Springby Sydney Sackett

New Wood From Old Treesby Timothy Mudie

Half Pastby Samantha Murray

Germinating Everyday Magic, by Amanda Cook

Blackwood Valley Guardian, by Emma Louise Gill

The Gold Chain, by Gordon Linzner

The Ancient Ones, by Ben Gooley

Climbing Olympus, by Simon Kewin

An Acceptable Risk to the Portfolio, by Brian Hugenbruch

Precious Cargo, by J.R. Rustrian


Interview with Carly A-F

Katie McIvor reviews The Last Day by Andrew Hunter Murray