Monthly Archives: July 2011

Subterranean Magazine YA Special

I was very excited when I first heard this current summer issue of Subterranean Magazine, mostly because it’s a YA special edited by Gwenda Bond, which already made me prick my ears up. But add to that fiction by the … Continue reading

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Strange Horizons brings the Strange; Peter Ball redefines the Zucchini

My four favourite Strange Horizons stories so far this year: “Source Decay,” Charlie Jane Anders, January – a fun, bizarro future history about pop culture, history and how a myth is built over thousands of years. It’s a silly story … Continue reading

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