Electric Velocipede 2013 Bundle

A special Hugo Award Nominations bundle: all the Electric Velocipede stories published in 2013! The Spring issue features a quiet but powerful novelette “The Irish Astronaut” by Val Nolan which is set to be reprinted in Gardner Dozois’ Jonathan Strahan’s year’s best anthologies. The Fall issue–our final issue–includes strong work from up-and-coming writers like Sam J. Miller with his mesmerizing novelette “The Beasts We Want to Be” and more-established writers like Caroline M. Yoachim with her lyrical story “The Carnival Was Eaten, All Except the Clown.” And there are dozens of other amazing stories and poems from 2013–see complete table of contents below–just waiting for you to read them!

This special will run through March 31, 2014.

Includes EV 26 and EV 27.

In #26:

“Sunset Kiss” by Carlos Araujo
“Blood in Tears” by Stefanie Maclin
”‘The trees are just woods, and the woods just trees…’ ” by Stefanie Maclin
“Melt” by Cislyn Smith
“The Tempting: A Love Story” by James Alan Gardner
“The Irish Astronaut” by Val Nolan
Short Stories
“Paradigm Shift” by Julie C. Day
“The Still Room” by Jamie Killen
“Grandmother of Ghosts” by E. Catherine Tobler
“The Entomologist’s Three Ballgowns” by Brooke Wonders
Editorial by John Klima

In #27:

Thom Davidsohn
“Dream Vision” by Megan Arkenberg
“Cloth Leaves and Wire Vines” by Gillian Daniels
“sarah” by Nancy Hightower
“sarah (revisited)” by Nancy Hightower
Short Stories
“Seven Ways of Bringing Down the Regime” by Daniel Ausema
“Bones” by Helena Bell
“Song of Mary” by Geoffrey W. Cole
“The Coronation Bout” by Lisa L. Hannett
“Eating the Pomegranate” by Megan Kurashige
“Ondine’s Curse” by Katherine Mankiller
“The Fungi That Talk Softly” by Harry Markov
“The Beasts We Want to Be” by Sam J. Miller
“The Girls of the Forest” by Margaret Ronald
“The Carnival Was Eaten, All Except the Clown” by Caroline M. Yoachim
Editorial by John Klima

Titles in this bundle:

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