|Illustration from "How to Have Fun at the Family Funeral" by Laura J. Underwood.|
Announcing 4 Star Stories Issue 9, Spring 2013
Whether you are an old friend or a newcomer, you will find something interesting and entertaining in this issue of 4 Star Stories.
The stories in this issue encompass two main themes: Anthropology and music.
We start off the 4 Star Stories Spring 2013 Issue with Tala Bar’s unique foray into anthropological fantasy fiction in her story, “The Huntress”.
Then we have the first half of Jeremy Miller’s exciting two-part fantasy, “Horace and Juju Tip the Scales”, in which Jeremy explores some of the amazing powers of music and pure sound.
Libby A Smith continues our exploration of the power of music in her compelling science fiction story, “One Mississippi...”.
Lastly, Laura J. Underwood finishes off this issue’s stories by giving us a fun, anthropological peek into the private customs of American mountain-people in her fantasy, “How to Have Fun at the Family Funeral”.
In addition, we are proud to present for your enjoyment the amazing and beautiful work of our Guest Artist for the Spring 2013 Issue, David A. Cherry.
We round out this issue with a timely Editorial from our Editors along with useful information from your humble Webmaster. Come to visit and stay to enjoy… 4Star Stories.com