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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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Oltion, Valentine, Beukes

A few stories I’ve enjoyed over the last little while: Jerry Oltion, “Taboo,” March Analog. ‘Enjoy’ is the wrong word for my overall experience of this story. Oltion makes quite a creepy and disturbing tale out of a future where a … Continue reading

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Clantasy

I have caught up on Clarkesworld and Fantasy for the year so far! Woohoo! Since everyone else is getting geared up for proper Last Short Story reading now rather than panicking in July like usual (I don’t count Mondy, starry … Continue reading

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All bite and no bark

As a general rule, I don’t do vampires. I never got into Buffy or Angel. So the fact that I liked – really liked – some stories in Teeth? That’s quite remarkable. The editors (Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling) asked … Continue reading

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It’s the Universe That’s Broken, Not Me

I’ve had a fractured year of reading, so far.  Started lots of anthologies, and barely finished any.  The only books I have finished are short, or intended for a YA audience.  Still, it’s officially After Swancon, and time for me … Continue reading

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