#103 – Hexagon Magazine Issue #3 2020 – Book Review

Want to read great short stories but can’t afford a book? Look no further because Hexagon Magazine is free to download and filled with great speculative fiction stories. Hexagon Magazine is only on its third issue but has come out strong and leaves one wishing that the next issue was coming sooner.

Book description:

Hexagon Magazine Issue #3 was released in Winter 2020 and features the short stories of: ArchitaMittra, Joshua Green, DishaBisht, Vanessa Fogg, and IoannaPapadopoulou. Edited by JW Stebner.

Synopsis:

Hexagon Magazine’s third issue brings you wonderful new voices in speculative fiction. Issue #3 contains the work of five authors, all with unique voices and takes on genre fiction. Hexagon Magazine is a quarterly digital publication and free to read.

Praise and critiques:

I tend to read more novels than I do short fiction, but I am glad that I delved into this wonderful online magazine. At you can’t beat the cost at free! Hexagon Issue #3 features five wonderful short stories, each a delight to read, and thematically all over the place, but the stories share one thing in common – rich use of metaphor. You can tell that the editor puts a lot of attention into how the stories in the collection work together to achieve a mood. From the casting off of traditions to romantic sentimentality tinged with fear, this magazine spreads the gambit of emotions. One of the stories is even told as a recipe, and done quite cleverly. A thoroughly enjoyable read, and you can download the magazine for free at their website!

Recommendations:

Fans of speculative short stories will love this free online magazine.

Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

4 of 5, a great collection of new speculative fiction.

Check out Hexagon Magazine here

Reviewed by:

Jean-Paul Garnier
Jean-Paul Garnier

Jean-Paul L. Garnier lives and writes in Joshua Tree, CA where he is the owner of Space Cowboy Books.


12 thoughts on “#103 – Hexagon Magazine Issue #3 2020 – Book Review

  1. This sounds very intriguing. A story told as a recipe?… what a brilliant idea. Thanks for this tip, it’s great to know about online magazines that are worth reading, this one definitely sounds great.

  2. This sounds like a great magazine. I love short stories. They’re a great way to get in your reading fix when you don’t have time to commit to a full book.

  3. I can’t wait to jump on the latest issue release! Sometimes I’m so busy and don’t have time to keep up! I’m also loving your new Hexagon Magazine series! 🎉

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