This month’s tour is a little different in that we’re not reviewing a work of Christian speculative fiction, we’re reviewing a place where you can find Christian speculative fiction – Digital Dragon Online Magazine.
It’s sort of like directing you to a store where you can find lots of nice cashmere sweaters rather than merely listing the pros and cons of the one I just bought.
I’m going to restrict my comments about Digital Dragon to “just the facts” because I have a pretty big conflict of interest – I have a story (“Angel Wings“) and an interview in this month’s issue. Do feel free to check them out and let me know what you think.
Digital Dragon is a free monthly electronic magazine (e-zine) featuring short (around 1500 words) speculative fiction, often with Christian or faith-based themes. The editor, T.W. Ambrose, and his staff strive to present stories that are well-written, entertaining, and family-friendly. The magazine debuted in June 2009, and December marks its seventh consecutive issue.
Digital Dragon also publishes editorials, interviews, book reviews, poetry, and serial fiction, often taking advantage of the flexibility of electronic media to add an extra story or two mid-month. The virtual cover features new artwork or photography each month.
Tomorrow, I’ll peruse the archives of Digital Dragon in search of a few cool stories that aren’t mine, to give you a feel for what you can expect to find if you virtually crack open a copy.
Also, we’re Touring later in the month than usual, and our intrepid leader’s computer died a few days ago, so some of our usual participants might not participate, but here’s a list of my fellow travelers on the CSFF Blog Tour:
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
Todd Michael Greene
Rebecca LuElla Miller
John W. Otte