Uncanny Magazine Issue 24

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The September/October 2018 issue of Hugo Award-winning Uncanny Magazine.

Our Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction Special Issue! Guest edited by Dominik Parisen and Elsa Sjunneson-Henry, Nicolette Barischoff, S. Qioyi Lu, and Judith Tarr.

Featuring new fiction by William Alexander, Rachel Swirsky, Jennifer Brozek, A.T. Greenblatt, A. Merc Rustad, Katharine Duckett, Nisi Shawl, Stu West, P.H. Lee, Fran Wilde, and Marissa Lingen, essays by Andi C. Buchanan, Fran Wilde, Zaynab Shahar, John Wiswell, A.J. Hackwith, Ira Gladkova, Gemma Noon, teri.zin, and Marieke Nijkamp, and poetry by Rita Chen, Rose Lemberg, Genevieve DeGuzman, Robin M. Eames, Sarah Gailey, Alicia Cole, Khairani Barokka, Bogi Takács, and Julia Watts Belser, interviews with Rachel Swirsky and Marissa Lingen by Sandra Odell, a cover by Likhain, and an editorial by Dominik Parisien and Elsa Sjunneson-Henry.

One Response to “Uncanny Magazine Issue 24”

  1. Kevin Barthelemy says:

    It’s a shame I didn’t know about Uncanny before, and I really with I’d known about issue 24 sooner. I stumbled across mentions of this last night, while looking for some info on the Wild Cards books. My wife and I are disabled, and my best friend is, too. So, obviously, I have to have a copy. Heh.

    I’ve gaffiated…the last con I went to was Chambanacon 38. I never thought that would happen, but then my body decided to make things difficult. It’s a poor excuse for being unfamiliar with the authors who contributed to this issue, though.

    Anyway, thanks for putting together this issue. With any luck, it’ll open at least a few people’s eyes.

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