miNatura features toNy

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Revista Digital miNatura, an online magazine out of Spain, features Tony in its current issue.  The award-winning magazine, specializing in micro-cuentos, or flash fiction, published five of his brand new short stories.  The entire issue is dedicated to police work in science-fiction, and Tony took five different approaches to that theme.  The stories are “Novato,” “¡Alto ahí!,” “Redada,” “Ilegal,” and “Ultra hurto, con rapto agravado.” In its Biblioteca del Nostromo, the magazine also published a smoking review of Tony’s new novel EL BUENO Y EL MALO, as well as an extensive interview.

Check it all out: 

Tony’s stories in miNatura #121: 

http://www.servercronos.net/bloglgc/media/blogs/minatura/pdf/RevistaDigitalmiNatura121.pdf

EL BUENO Y EL MALO review

http://bibliotecadelnostromominatura.blogspot.com.es/2012/08/el-bueno-y-el-malo-de-tony-baez-milan.html

Tony’s interview

http://bibliotecadelnostromominatura.blogspot.com/2012/08/tony-baez-milan-el-bueno-el-malo-y-el.html

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~ by tonybaezmilan on October 2, 2012.

2 Responses to “miNatura features toNy”

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