Straggletaggle J. M. McDermott
The clockwork kingdom of Saxonia engineered itself into a machine of the law, refashioning even its citizens’ bodies into cogs and pistons. Before the chirurgeons and engineers splice his brain inside the crown,… More
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 33 Preorder Kelly Link et al.
The 30% Non-Dead-Tree Issue (0% Dead Tree Edition), guest-edited by Michael J. DeLuca. This is the ebook edition. The paper edition is/will be available here somewhere.
Carmen Maria Machado, “I Bury Myself”… More
Lightspeed Magazine Issue 62 (July 2015) John Joseph Adams et al.
LIGHTSPEED is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF–and fantasy: from epic… More
Nightmare Magazine Issue 34 (July 2015) John Joseph Adams et al.
NIGHTMARE is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In NIGHTMARE’s pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror.
This … More
Galaxy’s Edge Magazine: Issue 15, July 2015 (Worldcon / Sasquan Special) Mike Resnick et al.
A Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy
ISSUE 15: July 2015
Mike Resnick, Editor Jean Rabe, Assistant Editor Shahid Mahmud, Publisher
This month we feature a new story from and an interview with the 2015 Worldcon (Sasquan)… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #177 Caroline M. Yoachim et al.
Issue #177 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Caroline M. Yoachim and Kate Marshall.… More
Flash Fiction Online Issue #22 July 2015 Suzanne Vincent et al.
The July 2015 issue of Flash Fiction Online.
”Pieces of My Body” by Caroline M. Yoachim. Caroline’s writing is art. Which is why we’re particularly happy to republish this story here this month. Our… More
Shimmer Magazine – Issue 26 E. Catherine Tobler et al.
The one constant of our world is change, whether it be climates, bodies, or viewpoints. Hot goes cold, light goes dark, what was unseen and bypassed can no longer be. These four stories will take you on four such journeys… More
Clarkesworld Magazine – Issue 106 Sam J. Miller et al.
Clarkesworld is a Hugo and World Fantasy Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine. Each month we bring you a mix of fiction (new and classic works), articles, interviews and art.
Our July 2015 issue (#106)… More
Forever Magazine Issue 6 Alexander Jablokov et al.
Forever is a new monthly science fiction magazine that features previously published stories you might have missed. Each issue will feature a novella, a brief interview with the novella’s author, two short … More
Locus July 2015 (#654) Liza Groen Trombi et al.
The July 2015 issue of Locus magazine has interviews with Joanne Harris and Max Gladstone. News includes the 2015 Nebula Awards Weekend report, the 2015 Locus Awards winners, the Locus Poll results, the Campbell and… More
The Butcher’s Sons Scott Alexander Hess
This darkly lyrical and violent family saga set in a butcher shop in New York circa 1930 tells the story about three Irish brothers, each struggling to find their role–to define their lives and express their dreams–amid… More
For Exposure: The Life and Times of a Small Press Publisher Jason Sizemore
What does it take to become a Hugo and Stoker Award-nominated editor and publisher? Follow Jason Sizemore’s unconventional professional path as it winds through a tiny, overheated Baptist church deep within the… More
The Weave Nancy Jane Moore
The Weave brings us a first-contact story in which humans, seeking to exploit the much-needed resources of a system inhabited by creatures they assume are “primitive” and defenceless, discover their mistake … More
Metamorphosis Alaya Dawn Johnson et al.
Metamorphosis offers a taste of work from WisCon 39 Guests of Honor Alaya Dawn Johnson and Kim Stanley Robinson, as well as an interview of Johnson by Justine Larbalestier and an interview of Robinson by Jeanne Gomoll.… More
The WisCon Chronicles, Vol 9 Mary Anne Mohanraj (ed.)
“In this volume of the WisCon Chronicles, we find ourselves considering what it means to live at the intersections of various identities, some of them more privileged than others. We ask how we can function as good … More