Mythic Delirium 3.1 Jane Yolen et al.
This issue begins the fourth year of Mythic Delirium’s digital age by giving center stage to a trio of voices from the far side of the world.
Suzanne J. Willis brings a beautiful and gruesome story of maps inked on skin… More
Mythic Delirium 3.2 Mari Ness et al.
Our fall 2016 issue is full of ghosts who walk the Earth (or Mars) and people who become as ghosts.
In Andrew Gilstrap’s short fiction debut, a man in black with a guitar has a thing or two to share with a roomful of music … More
Mythic Delirium 2.2 Beth Cato et al.
Welcome to the autumn issue of Mythic Delirium, full of not-so-straightforward takes on love and revolution and celestial mayhem.
In our fiction offerings, Fred Coppersmith cautions us about the devastating power… More
Mythic Delirium 2.3 Sheila Finch et al.
In our first issue of 2016, Sheila Finch, Janna Layton, and Jeannette Ng provide fantasy tales that have embedded within them thoughtful takes on Christian themes, in the best traditions of Stephen King or James Morrow.… More
Mythic Delirium 2.4 Theodora Goss et al.
The April-May-June 2016 issue of Mythic Delirium celebrates spring with three stories of fey strangeness from three writers new to the pages of our magazine. Roshani Chokshi reveals the fate of those who seek the fox… More
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
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