Three Crows Magazine is a quarterly Science Fiction and Fantasy magazine that includes short stories up to 4,000 words, book, film, and video game reviews, and interviews with writers, editors, and influencers in the world of SFF.
With so many underrepresented voices and stories untold in the genres that give the broadest creative freedom - it is only natural to give the platform to these voices. That is our goal.
In the tumultuous times we live in, literary fantasy and science-fiction give a chance to reflect on real life, to analyze it, and propose a way to solve the conflicts. Or just have fun reading about devouring bodies of unsuspecting astronauts by omnipotent, Lovecraftian monsters.
Olivia Hofer (Associate Editor) - is a gay writer, originally from Switzerland, but moved to the UK a few years ago to be with her partner. Once upon a time she studied psychology, now, when she's not training dogs or cooking, she's either writing or reading. At times you may find her on a bike or wearing running shoes, both things mostly so she can eat what she cooks without breaking the scale. Follow her on twitter @vinjii or read her reviews at books-in-blankets
Alex Khlopenko (Editor-in-Chief) - is a gentleman-bastard by trade (laywer), worldbuilder by choice. Alex is trying to bring his grand grandmother's superstitions to a bookstore near you. He has nothing better to do than publish another SFF online magazine. Follow him @alexkhlopenko and read the blog about building this venture here - alexkhlopenko.wordpress.com
Rey Gustavez (Proofreader) - is a copy-editor working in the mountains on the eastern seaboard. Rey enjoys scribbling, reading novels and philosophy, and getting involved with writers and their projects. Rey is available as a freelancer and volunteer at [email protected]
Casey Reinhardt, Vicky Brewster, River Rivers Jr.
Rebecca Zahabi - is Manchester-based BAME writer, part of the Royal Exchange Young Company, the founder and president of a French theatre association based in Lyon, and the co-creator of the table-top game “Engrenages”. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Manchester and works as an editorial assistant for Zuntold.