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    See the Elephant, Issue 3: Slipping Through the Cracks
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    See the Elephant, Annual Subscription Melanie Lamaga

    See the Elephant is dedicated to�fiction that questions consensus reality and pushes genre boundaries, including slipstream, weird, visionary, magical realist, soft science fiction and contemporary fantasy.… More

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    Luna Station Quarterly 12-Month Subscription Jennifer Lyn Parsons

    Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by both up and coming and established women authors.

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    In Search of Lost Time Karen Heuler

    After beginning chemo for a rare cancer, Hildy discovers an extraordinary talent—the ability to see and take other people’s time. She also discovers there’s an underground market for quality time. After… More

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    We, Robots Sue Lang

    A tale set in the not-so-distant future when robots with AI serve nearly every human household, We, Robots is the story of Avey, a robot who undergoes a forced transition from emotionless domestic servant to conflicted… More

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  • See the Elephant, Issue 3: Slipping Through the Cracks
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    See the Elephant, Issue 3: Slipping Through the Cracks Genevieve Williams et al.

    See the Elephant, Issue 3: Slipping Through the Cracks explores what it means to slip through a crack, intentionally or not, into oblivion or freedom; how it feels to be threatened by some terrible, broken thing, or to… More

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    See the Elephant, Issue Two Diane Glancy et al.

    Issue two of See the Elephant: Love and War in the Slipstream, features new stories by Diane Glancy, Karen Heuler, James Van Pelt, Cassandra Khaw, F. Brett Cox, Michael Canfield, Alana I. Capria, Rose Wednesday, Jane… More

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    FXXK WRITING A Guide for Frustrated Artists Jason S. Ridler

    Carrie Vaughn, New York Times Bestselling author of the Kitty Vaughn series, says, “FXXK WRITING is the brutal survival guide you didn’t know you needed for maintaining some vestige of sanity over the … More

  • Flash Fiction Online Issue #46 July 2017
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    Flash Fiction Online Issue #46 July 2017 Suzanne Vincent et al.

    The July 2017 issue of Flash Fiction Online. Fantasy, science fiction, horror, and literary short fiction for the modern reader. First, in “Elsewhere” by Meera Jhala, a woman struggles to maintain internal strength… More

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    Hwarhath Stories: Transgressive Tales by Aliens Eleanor Arnason

    Hwarhath Stories: Transgressive Tales by Aliens collects a dozen Hwarhath tales with commentary by their translator. As the translator notes, “Humanity has encountered only one other species able to travel… More

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    The WisCon Chronicles, Vol 10 Margaret McBride (ed.)

    The tenth volume of the WisCon Chronicles, Social Justice (Redux), is edited by Margaret McBride. The theme of this volume was inspired by WisCon 39’s Guest of Honor speeches by Alaya Dawn Johnson and Kim Stanley… More

  • Sleeping Under the Tree of Life
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    Sleeping Under the Tree of Life Sheree Renée Thomas

    Beneath luminous layers of imagery and mythology, science and nature, fantasy and the recounting of history, is the grace and tenderness of a poet’s heart, the unwavering gaze of an oracle’s vision, and the dreamlike… More

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    The Waterdancer’s World L. Timmel Duchamp

    Humans have been struggling to live on Frogmore for almost five centuries, adapting themselves to punishing gravity and the deadly mistflowers that dominate its ecology. Financier Inez Gauthier, patron of the arts… More

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    Monteverde Lola Robles et al.

    Terran scholar Rachel Monteverde journeys to Aanuk, a paradisiacal planet famous for both its beaches and the generosity of its nomadic inhabitants. The aanukiens are not the only people on the planet, however: Rachel… More

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    Other Places Karen Heuler

    Life unfolds in strange ways. You may encounter people from your past living in your former apartments, or realize you have a penis as you engage in war-dreams, or find a planet filled with ghosts that look exactly like… More

  • Time’s Oldest Daughter
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    Time’s Oldest Daughter Susan W. Lyons

    As the cosmic Big Bang propels Time, energy, and matter into motion, God and Satan squabble over their respective domains while Sin and her son Death stew in squalor and despair at the Gates of Hell. All she wants is to care… More

  • Boundaries, Border Crossings, and Reinventing the Future
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    Boundaries, Border Crossings, and Reinventing the Future Beth Plutchak

    The personal is political, and the political is personal. This collection of essays and an sf tale explores the intersections of representation, science fiction, feminism, social justice, and fandom, specifically… More

  • The Adventure of the Incognita Countess
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    The Adventure of the Incognita Countess Cynthia Ward

    It’s the easiest assignment a British intelligence agent could hope for. Lucy Harker needs only see the secret plans of the Nautilus safely across the Atlantic. As German spies are largely a fantasy of newspapers,… More

  • Liberating the Astronauts
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    Liberating the Astronauts Christina M. Rau

    From the Pointer Sisters doing the Neutron Dance to David Bowman’s exclamation while traveling through the star gate near Jupiter; from stealing Joan Didion’s sadness to erasing F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Gatsby,… More

  • The WisCon Chronicles, Vol 11
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    The WisCon Chronicles, Vol 11 Jaynee Goh (ed.)

    In short fiction, poetry, personal essays, academic thinkpieces, Twitter rants, and informal Q&As, this volume begins conversations on liberation and limitations, intergenerational and international conflicts,… More

  • Sleeping With Monsters
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    Sleeping With Monsters Liz Bourke

    Anyone familiar with Liz Bourke’s work knows she isn’t shy about sharing her opinion. In columns and reviews for science fiction and fantasy website Tor.com and elsewhere, she’s taken a critical… More

  • Apex Magazine Issue 98
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    Apex Magazine Issue 98 Rich Larson et al.

    Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field. New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month.… More

  • The Asylum of Dr. Caligari
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    The Asylum of Dr. Caligari James Morrow

    If you think today’s profiteers are diabolical, blink again…

    It is the summer of 1914. As the world teeters on the brink of the Great War, a callow American painter, Francis Wyndham, arrives at a renowned European… More

  • Uncanny Magazine Issue 17
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    Uncanny Magazine Issue 17 Lynne M. Thomas et al.

    The July/August 2017 issue of Hugo Award-winning Uncanny Magazine.

    Featuring new fiction by Seanan McGuire, Kat Howard, Maurice Broaddus, Mary Robinette Kowal, Cassandra Khaw, and T. Kingfisher, reprinted fiction… More

  • Lightspeed Magazine, Issue 86 (July 2017)
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    Lightspeed Magazine, Issue 86 (July 2017) 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