Science & Technology
“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” Sun Tzu
It isn't till you face the fear of death that you begin to see life clearly. Perhaps it's the survival instinct
He sat on the end of the pier. An old man now, he wore a long gabardine overcoat and a red scarf to keep the wind at bay.
Vietnam 1966 Darkness enveloped them as they entered the jungle.
This month we speak to TAT Fiction stalwart Boris Glikman.
'The first inkling of danger came when I heard horses’ hooves drumming on the ground...'
'This wasn't the first time the boy had mentioned seeing a bear in the forest, but no one took him seriously...'
Meet the Fiction Magazine Team
The beauty of fiction is its ability to open unexplored doors for its readers.
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