Put thereto an ounce of grains of paradise, a gill of satire …
Another of my food- and fashion-based stories, "How Galligaskins Sloughed the Scourge" is my spiciest story yet.
Out now, in zombie-tree and pdf formats —
Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #46
edited by Mark Farrugia
Short stories—John Dixon & Adam Browne, Christopher Green, Jason Fischer, Amanda J. Spedding, Patty Jansen, Simon Petrie, Felicity Dowker, Anna Tambour, Pete Kempshall, Paul Haines
Poetry—K.S. Conlon, Grant Stone
Artwork—Andrew J. McKiernan
Interview of Chuck McKenzie
A note about one story in particular
I have read this edition, and the period piece " 'The Laughing Girl of Bora Fanong' a Tale of Colonial Venus" by John Dixon and Adam Browne is as scrumptious as spooning coconut jelly from its unripe shell while having one's feet massaged by sea hares. Seizing my prerogative to quote from Dixon/Brown's story completely out of context: "I fell into her complicated embrace."
Though they live in different contexts, I am sure that Galligaskins is also pleased as planter's punch to be cavorting in the same issue as This Girl.