You can find links to the magazine here.
This website is an affiliate of Dimension6, where you can download each issue.
Issue 10 is just out, and features:
‘The Other City’ by Rjurik Davidson
It was the time of life when everything falls apart. He had to get out of the city. But where would he end up?
‘Glide’ by Natalie J E Potts
There are lots of species of Australian fauna that want to kill you. We just found one more.
‘The Seven Voyages of Captain Cook’ by Craig Cormick
Cook was a Company man on a voyage of exploration. The son that accompanied him was dead. And wanted him dead too.
Dimension6 is shaping up to be an excellent barometer of the state of the Australian scene, and what’s more its free (can’t argue with that). You can download the latest issue directly from the coeur de lion website or get it here (this website acts as an official affiliate for the magazine).
This issue contains a story ‘Going Viral’ by Thoraiya Dyer. Thoraiya always writes a good story, and ‘Going Viral’ is no different. But I’d draw your attention particularly to her short post-story discussion on the potential of Indonesian based science fiction, which I found very interesting.
There is a Dimension6 page under the “Links” menu item along the top of the screen, that contains links to the ePub and mobi files for all four issues.
This issue features stories by Jen White, Chris McMahon and Bren MacDibble and is excellent reading that I commend to you.
This issue features stories by Robert Hood, Steve Cameron and Cat Sparks. Sparks and Hood both won Ditmars this year for their fiction, so the magazine is well worth checking out. Especially considering the price!
This website is an affiliate of Dimension 6, where you can download each issue.
Issue 2 – (July 2014)
Issue 2 features:
‘At Dawn’s Speed’ by Dirk Strasser
Swift and her tribe have been running their whole lives, because the touch of the sun brings the ‘silvering’.
‘Upon a Distant Shore’ by Alan Baxter
Astronaut Anatoly Novikov wanted a mission that would inscribe his name on the ages. Finally he got one.
‘He Ain’t Dead’ by Robert N Stephenson
It’s simple really. Don’t mess with native American burial mounds.
I’m very excited to see a new speculative fiction magazine launch in Australia. It’s Dimension6, Keith Stevenson’s latest venture through his publishing house Coeur de Lion.
Long time readers might recall that I interviewed Keith for GalacticChat a few months back. Keith is a mainstay of the Australian speculative fiction scene and one of its true innovators. I’m excited to see what he’ll do with Dimension6.
Go and check it out – can’t argue with the price (free!).
This website is also an affiliate for Dimension6 – you can download each issue’s copy from this page.