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Book Giveaway: Apex Digest #6

Ok, this week, I’m not giving a book away, exactly, but it may just be the next best thing. Heck, it may even be better. And it’s a perfect giveaway for Halloween!

I’ve been a huge fan of _Apex Digest_ since the journal’s inception a couple of years ago. Jason Sizemore, the founder and editor-in-chief, has done a remarkable job of building this new science fiction and horror journal from the ground up.

Now – I have an extra copy of Apex Digest Issue #6. Mint condition. Never been read. Except maybe by the little fuzz monster that lives under my desk. It’s possible _he_ might have cracked the cover one night while I was sleeping. But if he did, he cleaned up when he was done because the journal still looks pristine.

So what is _Apex Digest_? It’s science fiction. It’s horror. Even better, it’s the love-child of the two. And it’s fabulous. If you like your sci-fi with a bit of darkness (or vice versa), then _Apex Digest_ is for you, and I have just the appetizer to whet your appetite.

_Apex #6_ contains stories from writers like Ben Bova, Bryn Sparks, Mary Robinette Kowal, and more. There are also interviews with Poppy Z. Brite and Kage Baker.

Just leave a comment (with valid email address) on this entry for your chance to win Issue #6 of _Apex Digest_. One comment only per person, please. Entrants with multiple comments will be disqualified. I’ll randomly choose a winner next Wednesday, Nov. 7. Everything clear? Yes? Good.