BLACK INFINITY #3 Body Snatchers!

Alien Control! Alien Possession! Alien Replacement!

“A full-scale alien invasion is always a rather inconvenient and aggravating affair. Uninvited visitors from outer space drop in unannounced with their high-tech war machines and worn-out excuses for planetary conquest, and turn our cities into rubble and ourneighbors into ash. It’s enough to make the locals run for cover and call out the National Guard.”

The Body Snatchers issue is now available at AMAZON and BN.com, and can be ordered through your local bookstore. It’s packed with weird fact and fiction.  

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CONTENTS:

NOVELLA: WHO GOES THERE? (JOHN W. CAMPBELL, Jr.)

STORIES:
BY HER HAND, SHE DRAWS YOU DOWN (DOUGLAS SMITH)
NIKOLA TESLA AND THE RESONATING FREQUENCY TRANSMITTER (KURT NEWTON)
THE MASKED WORLD (JACK WILLIAMSON)
DEAD RINGER (LESTER DEL REY)
HUMAN IS (PHILIP K. DICK)
HIBERNATION (GREGORY L. NORRIS)
SPACE ZOMBIES (MARC VUN KANNON)
THE CAVERN OF THE SHINING ONES (HAL K. WELLS)
THE REPAIRMAN (HARRY HARRISON)
INCIDENT IN THE WOMEN’S BATHROOM (REBEKAH MEMEL)
METAMORPHOSIS (CHARLES V. DE VET)
THE CREATURE INSIDE (JACK SHARKEY)
THE BRAIN-STEALERS OF MARS (JOHN W. CAMPBELL)

DEPARTMENTS:
MATT COWAN’S THREAT WATCH
HOW WEIRD IS THAT? (TODD TREICHEL)

COMICS: THE CHANGELINGS (JIM MOONEY AND BERNARD SACHS)

Author: Tom English

Tom English is an environmental chemist who loves reading comics, watching movies, and writing stories of the fantastic. His work has appeared in Weirdbook, Black Infinity, All Hallows and several print anthologies including Gaslight Arcanum: Uncanny Tales of Sherlock Holmes, Challenger Unbound, Dead Souls, and Haunted House Stories (Jan. 2019, Flame Tree Publishing). His non-fiction books include Diet for Dreamers and The Heart of an Angel , written with his wife, Wilma Espaillat English. Tom also edited the mammoth Bound for Evil: Curious Tales of Books Gone Bad, which was a 2008 Shirley Jackson Award finalist for best anthology. He resides with Wilma, surrounded by books and beasts, deep in the woods of New Kent, Virginia.