Full Moon SF

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UK cumulative Online Magazine created by Roger Jones, brother of Trevor Jones, the late editor of Dream Magazine. It began in July 1999 as Full Moon 2000 and reprinted a number of stories that had appeared in Dream and New Moon along with other material left over when the earlier magazines ceased. From January 2001 the title became Full Moon SF and it continued until September 2003, having uploaded 281 stories in 37 batches. Only 37 authors were represented including the work of George P Townsend, the former editor of Dream and New Moon. Reader feedback voted Townsend's short serial "The Circle is Unbroken" (March 2000), about conflict between a Spaceship and the inhabitants of a medieval planetary society, as the most popular on the site. Most stories are in the tradition of pre-New Wave British sf. [MA]

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