THE FIFTH DI...

The September issue of The Fifth Di… takes you to a myriad of worlds that you could never imagine. Go to a world where humans are struggling against the native plant life, and see just how far the children of the colonists will go to protect that plant life. Visit an interplanetary vessel like you’ve never seen before…even the inhabitants of the ship are surprised by what they find. In another world, a man dies…again, and again, and again. On Earth, a woman is visited by a being from another dimension, and he has something that might be amazing to offer to her. Also on Earth, a man struggles with not inheriting his father’s future. Just how far will he go (in time) to try to get what he feels is his? And finally, visit another reality where the heroes you are familiar with have very different lives…

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The Fifth Di… is a science fiction and fantasy magazine that was first published by ProMart Writing Lab as a print zine.  Eventually it was moved to the web, and then with the passing of ProMart founder Jim Baker, Tyree Campbell took the little webzine with him to Sam’s Dot Publishing.  Along with the zine, Tyree also brought along the zine’s editor, J Alan Erwine, and now that J has left Sam’s Dot, he’s brought Jim’s little magazine to Nomadic Delirium Press.