For eleven years, the Bards and Sages Quarterly has introduces readers to an eclectic collection of talented speculative fiction authors. In this issue:
A time traveler attempts to change the course of history and discovers that perhaps someone else already beat him to it in "The Gettysburg Paradox."
In "Five Dozen Prayers", a stray dandelion sets a grieving woman on a desperate course to find a greater purpose in a dystopian world where possessing even a tiny plant is illegal.
In "Listeners in the Dell", two British Army soldiers set out to investigate disruptions to radio signals and inexplicable sounds originating in an uninhabited rural valley.
These and seven other incredible speculative tales await.