Welcome to the April 2015 Issue of Urban Fantasy Magazine

We have another great issue in store for you this month and, as usual, you can pay what you want to read it. Alternatively, please consider subscribing and helping to support us in bringing you fine Urban Fantasy from some of the biggest names in the industry. If you’re reading this on your Kindle or Kobo, you’re already a subscriber and have our heartfelt gratitude.

This month, we have brand new fiction from accomplished fantasy author Katharine Kerr, who is most famous for writing the Deverry Cycle. “Love Undying” is a powerful and gritty short story about the hunt to find vampires who feed on the most vulnerable prey of all.

For our second story, Anne Bean writes “The Wild Swan”, a compelling and unique story about a family wedding where the participants were once swans who now wear human form.

Near the end of the month we’ll have part 2 of Dead Records by Steven Savile and Ryan Reid. Marcus Reardon awakens in the trunk of a car that isn’t his and meets his future client–a woman with entirely too many teeth.

We also have new non-fiction from Beth Noland and book reviews of Wildalone by Krassi Zourkova and Waking Up Naked in Strange Places by Julie McGalliard.

Since we opened the Forums of our website, our monthly Urban Fantasy Book Club, hosted by Melissa Bleier, has been growing at a great clip. Consider dropping by and discussing some of your favorite books.

As usual, if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions please feel free to drop us a line on our Contact page.

Please enjoy the issue!

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