• The Archer’s Heart: Part II
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    The Archer’s Heart: Part II Astrid Amara

    Part two of three of our first serialized fiction on Weightless!

    (Read the whole story: Part 1. Part 3.) In the ancient kingdom of Marhavad, noblemen dominate the lower castes, wielding mystic weapons, known as shartas,… More

  • A Life on Paper: Stories
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    A Life on Paper: Stories Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud

    May 25, 2010

    “As weird as they are elegant, as delicious as they are unsettling, these fables place Châteaureynaud in the secret brotherhood that has only exemplars, no definition: Kafka, Bruno Schulz, Nathanael… More

  • Clarkesworld Magazine – Issue 45
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    Clarkesworld Magazine – Issue 45 Nina Kiriki Hoffman et al.

    The June 2010 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine.

    This issue features fiction by Nina Kiriki Hoffman (“Futures in the Memories Market”) and Brenda Cooper (“My Father’s Singularity”),… More

  • Lightspeed Magazine, June 2010
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    Lightspeed Magazine, June 2010

    Lightspeed Magazine features all types of sf, from near-future, sociological soft sf, to far-future, star-spanning hard sf, and anything and everything in between . . . and in its debut issue, it contains four all-new,… More

  • Luna Station Quarterly – Issue 2
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    Luna Station Quarterly – Issue 2 Jennifer Lyn Parsons et al.

    The second issue of Luna Station Quarterly, featuring a collection of unique stories by up and coming women writers.… More

  • The Uncertain Places
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    The Uncertain Places Lisa Goldstein

    In this long-awaited new novel from an American Book Award winner, an ages-old family secret breaches the boundaries between reality and magic, revealing the places between them. Will Taylor has fallen for the enigmatic… More

  • Centuries Ago and Very Fast
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    Centuries Ago and Very Fast Rebecca Ore

    "When I first met him running on the moors, I thought he was gypsy or part Paki with his otter body and the broad head that ended in an almost pointed chin, but he said he was European, old stock, some French in the bloodlines.… More