Jump, and I'll Catch You" by Michelle Ann King. Science Fiction.
"There meant the place where our new friends lived. When people talked about them, you could hear something extra in the words. Like they were names: Our New Friends. Anton was trying to look forward to it, because it was good to make new friends, but he sometimes got nervous when there were a lot of new things, different things, to take in. But his mother said they all had to get used to things being different now, so he was trying. He was trying hard."
- At Every Day Fiction: "Clarice" by Martin Chandler. Horror.
- At 365 Tomorrows: "The Pit" by C.Chatfield. Science Fiction.
- At Weirdyear: "An Unexpected Reunion" by Madeleine Swann.
No 133 A. J. Huffman and Gary A. Braunbeck" Horror.
"I have been, for most of my life, a collector of notes on subjects of great diversity—such as deviations from concentricity in the lunar crater Copernicus, to the great creature Melanicus and the super-bat upon whose wings it broods over the affairs of Man, as well as stationary meteor-radiants, the reported growth of hair on the bald head of a mummy, the appearance of purple Englishmen, instances of amphibians and blood raining down from the heavens, apparitions, phantoms, the damned, the excluded, wild talents, new lands, and 'Did the girl swallow the octopus?'"
D6 Magazine #6
A free magazine filled with "adventures, articles, and interviews in open D6 gaming" Its been posted for awhile but I had missed it. Issues 1-5 are also available at the same location.