Shattered Prism #2
Shattered Prism #2

Shattered Prism #2

Edited by Amir Naaman, Edited by Carmelo Rafala

Shattered Prism

FICTION

57 Pages, 8.5 x 11

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Publication Date: August 2016

ISBN 9781495623486

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Overview

SHATTERED PRISM is an exciting new, online journal focusing on science fiction and fantasy from around the world. Edited by Carmelo Rafala and Amir Naaman, SP promises to shatter the glass ceiling and explore what lies beyond.This first issue features the works of Tade Thompson, Nick Wood, Vajra Chandrasekera, Cynthia Ward, Bradley P. Beaulieu, and Sarah Pinsker.

Author Biography

Amir Naaman was born near Tel-Aviv in 1984. He has been publishing stories and poetry in Hebrew and English since the year 2000. He currently resides in Berlin where he manages a bookshop, writes for occult magazines and is the editor and co-manager of Topics Press, specializing in edgy comic books. Carmelo Rafala’s work has been published in various venues, including the following anthologies: Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany (Rosarium Publishing, July 2015), Submitted For Your Approval (Rod Serling Books, April, 2015), The World and the Stars (Chris Butler/Deborah Jay, April, 2015), The Anthology of European SF (Europa SF, 2013), The Fourth Science Fiction Megapack (Wildside Press,2012), Rocket Science (Mutation Press, 2012), andThe West Pier Gazette and other Stories (Three Legged Fox Books, 2008). Amir Naaman was born near Tel-Aviv in 1984. He has been publishing stories and poetry in Hebrew and English since the year 2000. He currently resides in Berlin where he manages a bookshop, writes for occult magazines and is the editor and co-manager of Topics Press, specializing in edgy comic books. Carmelo Rafala’s work has been published in various venues, including the following anthologies: Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany (Rosarium Publishing, July 2015), Submitted For Your Approval (Rod Serling Books, April, 2015), The World and the Stars (Chris Butler/Deborah Jay, April, 2015), The Anthology of European SF (Europa SF, 2013), The Fourth Science Fiction Megapack (Wildside Press,2012), Rocket Science (Mutation Press, 2012), andThe West Pier Gazette and other Stories (Three Legged Fox Books, 2008). Amir Naaman was born near Tel-Aviv in 1984. He has been publishing stories and poetry in Hebrew and English since the year 2000. He currently resides in Berlin where he manages a bookshop, writes for occult magazines and is the editor and co-manager of Topics Press, specializing in edgy comic books. Carmelo Rafala’s work has been published in various venues, including the following anthologies: Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany (Rosarium Publishing, July 2015), Submitted For Your Approval (Rod Serling Books, April, 2015), The World and the Stars (Chris Butler/Deborah Jay, April, 2015), The Anthology of European SF (Europa SF, 2013), The Fourth Science Fiction Megapack (Wildside Press,2012), Rocket Science (Mutation Press, 2012), andThe West Pier Gazette and other Stories (Three Legged Fox Books, 2008).