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HorrorScope reviews Chiaroscuro #29 -- and Rahim! I shall cut and paste the guud parts:

"Rahim", by A. M. Muffaz, is a gentle piece about a man who must clear out his childhood home afterthe death of his father. The language is poetic and the work's imagesrich with cultural flavour. The supernatural touch provided byquestions of life and revenge after death adds an element of folklore. A. M. Muffaz has also contributed to the Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild's anthology "The Outcast", recently reviewed on HorrorScope.

Like the last time, there is that thing about folklore...