Nth Degree at Cons
April 25 - 27: RavenCon - Richmond, VA
May 2 - 4: Corflu - Richmond, VA
July 11 - 13: ConGregate - Winston-Salem, NC
A member of Nth Degree's staff will be a guest of this convention.
Nth Degree #23, March/April 2014
Yes, we have returned to the Nth Degree title. You can read this issue's Editor's Rant for the full story of why we've made the change. Needless to say, you'll still get all the tasty SF goodness you've come to expect from Nth Zine.
Now, here's Issue #23, with great new stories by James Maxey, Bud Webster, Stephen L. Antczak, and C.J. Henderson. Plus, poetry, comics, reviews and convention coverage. And here are links to Issue #8, Issue #7, Issue #6, Issue #5, Issue #4, Issue #3, Issue #2 and Issue #1, in case you missed them. Enjoy!
Watch this space for news about upcoming issues and online exclusives!
The Best of Nth Degree
It's hard to believe that it's been over 11 years since I started Nth Degree. I'm extremely proud of the fiction that we've published in that time and have collected many of my favorites into a single volume. I'm pulling from every publication that we've done since 2002. That includes the print zine (Nth Degree), the online zine (Nth Zine) and the run of chapbooks that we printed back in the mid-Oughts.
I'd also like to include a story or two from our Online Exclusives. I've decided to let the readers choose those stories. Go to our Online Exclusives page, read the archives, and write in to tell me what you've liked the best. Send your suggestions to editor (@) nthzine (dot) com. Thanks!
Support the 'Zine
Since 2002, Nth Degree has provided quality fiction, comics, reviews and convention coverage. From the very beginning this has been a fan-driven project, now I'm calling on all of those wonderful fans to help keep the fanzine alive. If you like what you see, show us a little love. Thanks! And I'll see you at the cons!
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