This esubscription is for 12 months/26 issues of Beneath Ceaseless Skies in the format of your choice beginning with the current issue (or the next issue, if you’re already subscribed and renewing).
How It Works
Once you subscribe a link is emailed to you. Click on the link (or paste it into your browser address bar) and it will start your download. The download links are live for 5 days and can also be found on the Thank You page after your order is completed. Then, when a new issue is released, you will be automatically emailed a link. Easy! If you sign up for a Weightless Books account using the email address you provided with your order, your My Library page will have permanent links to all your ebooks and subscriptions. Please email us (or post in the comments) if you have any questions or problems.
BCS has announced a subscription price increase, from $13.99 to $15.99, beginning August 13, 2014. So why not subscribe now?
About Beneath Ceaseless Skies
Beneath Ceaseless Skies is a two-time Hugo Award finalist and World Fantasy Award-winning online magazine publishing the best in literary adventure fantasy—stories that combine the awe-inspiring settings of traditional fantasy with the literary flair of modern fantasy.
BCS publishes two all-new stories or novelettes in each biweekly issue, 26 issues a year. We also publish one audio fiction podcast story with each issue, and the best of our fiction from previous years has been collected in three Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies ebook anthologies.
Stories from BCS have received Honorable Mention in Year’s Best anthologies edited by Rich Horton and by Gardner Dozois, have been Finalists for the WSFA Small Press Award, have won the Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Story, and have won the World Fantasy Award for Short Story, and our Audio Fiction Podcast was a Parsec Award Finalist for Best Magazine Podcast. BCS authors have included Marie Brennan, Holly Phillips, Richard Parks, Genevieve Valentine, Steve Rasnic Tem, and Yoon Ha Lee.
“BCS is rapidly becoming my favorite short fiction magazine of all time.”
—Lou Anders, Hugo Award-winning editor of Pyr Books
“a very important source of fantasy”
“a premier venue for fantastic fiction, not just online but for all media”
—Lois Tilton, Locus Online