The WisCon Chronicles: Vol 8 Rebecca J. Holden
The poems, stories, blogs, essays, and speeches within these pages explore the generations and feminism(s) of WisCon. Various “waves” of feminism are discussed, alluded to, and chronicled, through… More
Myths, Metaphors, and Science Fiction Sheila Finch
“This welcomed discussion of the connections between future fiction and stories about human inception emphasizes how mythic roots contribute to the emotional power of narrative. Finch investigates the inexplicable… More
Numa Katrinka Moore
The poems in Numa tell the story of a shape-shifting numen. Numa, whose home body is that of a wild feline, learns by trial and error to take the form of other animals, plants, and the elements. As she grows up, she uses her… More
Lonely Stardust Andrea Hairston
Lonely Stardust: Two Plays, a Speech, and Eight Essays brings us the text of nine marvelous works of scholarly performance as well as two works of drama in which the fantastic shows us the way through despair. In several… More
Tales of Jack the Ripper Ross E. Lockhart et al.
1888: One hundred and twenty-five years ago, a killer stalked the streets of London’s Whitechapel district, brutally — some would say ritualistically — murdering five women (that we know of): … More
We Leave Together J. M. McDermott
In a city where the rich stage decadent parties as the poor suffer in squalor, where assassins prowl and king’s men keep order with truncheons and force, where gangs of children run like dogs and addicts die in the… More
The Children of Old Leech Ross E. Lockhart et al.
There are Things — terrifying Things — whispered of in darkened forests beyond the safe comfort of firelight: The Black Guide, the Broken Ouroboros, the Pageant, Belphegor, Old Leech . . .
These Things … More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #152 Fran Wilde et al.
Issue #152 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Fran Wilde and Sylvia Anna Hiven.… More
The Devil Lancer Astrid Amara
Captain Elliott Parrish of Her Majesty’s 17th Lancers cavalry division finds most details about his assignment in the Crimean peninsula insufferable. Rampant cholera, missing supplies, and inept planning… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #310 Michael Swanwick et al.
Special Elder Figures of SF Issue: Arthur D. Hlavaty on Heinlein in close up, Michael Swanwick in the spirit of Mark Twain, Brian Stableford on science fiction as prophecy, Michael Andre-Driussi: Wes Anderson &… More
Shimmer Magazine – Issue 20 E. Catherine Tobler et al.
Issue #20 of Shimmer is a great reflection of the beautifully unexpected things we discover in our submissions, and the surprising things we end up loving as editors and readers both. Shimmer leans toward stories that… More
Black Flags and Windmills, 2nd ed.: Hope, Anarchy, and the Common Ground Collective Scott Crow et al.
First edition named one of the “Top 5 Reads“ by The Progressive
When both levees and governments failed in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, the anarchist-inspired Common Ground Collective was created to fill… More
The Big Click Issue 15 Molly Tanzer et al.
In our special Bizarro Crime issue we start things off with Cameron Pierce’s “Drop the World,” the tale of a young woman hoping to heal her life through taking hits to the face in the boxing ring. Then,… More
The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2014 Rich Horton et al.
This sixth volume of the year’s best science fiction and fantasy features over thirty stories by some of the genre’s greatest authors, including James Patrick Kelly, Yoon Ha Lee, Ken Liu, Robert Reed, Lavie Tidhar,… More
The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2014 Paula Guran et al.
No matter your expectations, the dark is full of the unknown: grim futures, distorted pasts, invasions of the uncanny, paranormal fancies, weird dreams, unnerving nightmares, baffling enigmas, revelatory excursions,… More
Flash Fiction Online Issue #10 July 2014 Suzanne Vincent et al.
The July 2014 issue of Flash Fiction Online.
In “The Coyote Howls” by Mary C. Moore, a young woman flees her old life though some pieces of the past can never be left behind.
From R.M. Graves, “Simulation” is a testament… More