Sybil’s Garage No. 3

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About the Magazine:

Seventy-six dense, artwork-laden pages of heart-stopping fiction from Lee Thomas, Paul Tremblay, Yoon Ha Lee, Samantha Henderson, and many others, an in-depth interview with the magical Kelly Link by Lauren McLaughlin, stunning and vivid artwork from Stephanie Rodriguez, and many other goodies. (For example, check out the cover and sample pages.) Sybil’s Garage blends artwork from the early 20th century with modern speculative fiction and poetry from today’s most talented artists.



Six Questions About the Sun” by Brian Conn
“The Lonesome Trail” by Cat Rambo
“The Redaction of Flight 5766” by Eric Gregory
“Indentured Advertisements” by Gary J Beharry
“What Do Women Want” by Helena Singer
“It’s What Isn’t There” by Lee Thomas
“Holes” by Paul G. Tremblay
“How I Got Fired From the Best Damn Job in the Whole Wide World” by Samantha Henderson
“So that Her High-Born Kinsmen Came” by Yoon Ha Lee


“Time Slows to a Crawl” by Aurelio Rico Lopez III
“Eye of the Lynx” by Bobbi Sinha-Morey
“April Sashays in Lime Heels” by Ed Lynskey
“Luna Scorned” by Elizabeth Barrette
“The Tale of the Desert in the Rain” by JoSelle Vanderhooft
“Bad Penny” by Mikal Trimm


“Jim Hans, Hoboken Extraordinaire” by Matthew Kressel
“Kelly Link, Words by Flashlight” by Lauren McLaughlin

Press & Reviews:

“…imaginative and intriguing, even if not all of it is SF.
The Internet Review of Science Fiction, Lois Tilton
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“…this volume of work is sure to grab the reader’s attention.
The Hudson Current, Diana Schwaeble (read full interview here)

“Sybil’s Garage is a unique little small press magazine…
SFRevu, Sam Tomaino (read full review here)

The magazine is sprinkled throughout (to excellent effect) with early 20th century b&w illustrations and photographs. Beneath the title of each tale or poem is a nice touch – the name of a recommended piece of music to listen to while you are reading.”
– Whispers of Wickedness, Barry J House (read full review here)

Cat Rambo’s “Lonesome Trail” is “a succinct, magical transmutation of poetry-writing into a night journey through a luminous desert valley.” Yoon Ha Lee’s “So That Her High-Born Kinsmen Came” is “a haunting glance into the mind of a nursing mother.” Eric Gregory’s “The Redaction of Flight 5766” is “fascinating [and] ambiguous.” Brian Conn’s “Six Questions About the Sun” is “a gloriously inventive alternate cosmology.
Emerald City, Nic Clarke (read full review here)


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