Black Gate has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Black Gate' where it has more than a hundred mentions. As seen in the chart below, Black Gate had the highest popularity figure in February this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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Assassins, Mad Robots, and an Alient Hunt: Rich Horton on The Man With Nine Lives and A Touch of Infinity by Harlan Elli...

[...] Back in the early days of the print version of Black Gate, our first Managing Editor, Dave Truesdale, wanted to bring in some big names to the magazine. [...]

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In 500 Words or Less: Angels of Our Better Beasts by Jerome Stueart

[...] with Jerome Stueart discussing his anthology and other projects. Keep an eye here on Black Gate in two weeks, and don’t hesitate to include any questions or comments below! An Ottawa [...]

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The End of the Matter: Viriconium Nights by M. John Harrison

[...] Pastel City, A Storm of Wings, and In Viriconium Fletcher Vredenburgh reviews here at Black Gate most Tuesday mornings and at his own site, Stuff I Like when his muse hits him. Right [...]

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Feeding the Forest with Memory: Mythago Wood and Lavondyss by Robert Holdstock

[...] going to check out, and Fletcher Vredenburgh reviewed one of Holdstock’s early novels for Black Gate right here. Derek Künsken writes science fiction and fantasy in Gatineau, Québec. He [...]

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An Interlude with Messrs Brunner & Van Vogt

[...] Ace Double D-391. Covers by Ed Valigursky Ace Doubles are a popular topic at Black Gate. I suspect there may even be a bit of friendly competition to see who can unearth items not [...]

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Final Thoughts on Narnia. The Last Battle: A Criticism and a Defense

[...] : my last word, if you will, on The Last Battle. What better place to tackle them than here, at Black Gate, home of the final word on many things fantasy? If we picture, for a moment, these favorite [...]

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The Public Life of Sherlock Holmes: Erle Stanley Gardner on Mysteries

[...] from them? You can read Bob Byrne’s ‘The Public Life of Sherlock Holmes’ column here at Black Gate every Monday morning. He founded www.SolarPons.com, the only website dedicated to the ‘ [...]

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The Public Life of Sherlock Holmes: Mister Bean as Simeonon’s Maigret?

[...] of them. You can read Bob Byrne’s ‘The Public Life of Sherlock Holmes’ column here at Black Gate every Monday morning. He founded www.SolarPons.com, the only website dedicated to the ‘ [...]

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Goth Chick News Interviews: Deadgar Winter and Dark Coffin Classics

[...] When Black Gate photog Chris Z isn’t too busy surfing the net for combat kilts and more camera equipment (both [...]

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Revolution: Russian Art 1917 – 1932 unfurled at Royal Academy

[...] , fingerprints, and colours beneath the black layer. His Red Square of the same year as Black Square has a second title, Visual Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions, the visual element [...]

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January Short Story Roundup

[...] , but does benefit from Gallardo’s depiction of the seedy backways of its setting. Black Gate alumnus John Fultz is on hand with “The Penitence of the Blade,” wherein a depressed [...]

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