Scheherazade’s Facade Michael Jones et al.
“For starters, honey, I don’t believe in Hell–that’s just some old man’s way of telling me reasons why I can’t be me. Like “biology is destiny” means I have to be a boy.”–… More
Sybil’s Garage No. 6 Matthew Kressel, editor et al.
Let’s all get on the G train and take a ride into speculative land. Descartes had it right. Cogito ergo Sybil. When you lie awake dreaming at night, do you know that Sybil lies awake and dreams about you? Here’s what … More
Sybil’s Garage No. 7 Matthew Kressel, editor et al.
Where can you find a television that sees five minutes into the future? Where can you find dragons trapped in a jar and an illness which turns people into glass? Where might you find families who sell their brainpower to… More
A Study in Lavender Joseph R.G. DeMarco et al.
What other characters from English literature have captivated hearts and minds as thoroughly as Sherlock Holmes and his loyal companion John Watson?
Many fans imagine the relationship between these men is deep and… More
Mythic Delirium 26 Amal El-Mohtar et al.
Our 26th issue features 22 new poems, including the return of multiple Rhysling Award-winner Amal El-Mohtar to our pages with an account of an encounter both frightening and seductive, Mythic Delirium regular Sonya… More
The Queering Bundle Steve Berman et al.
Three rich and provocative anthologies that reconsider three famous literary characters:
“This “study” is a brilliant blend of pastiche and homage… More