21 April 2014

 

FICTION: Pavlov's House, by Malcolm Cross

The brothers should not have set that revolutionary alight and thrown him from what was left of the third floor, but the revolutionaries did not fucking understand that they would never take the brothers out of the house, alive or dead, because the brothers were dogs who had been genetically engineered to kill human beings more quickly and efficiently than even the biowarfare agents could.

FICTION: Podcast: Pavlov's House, by Malcolm Cross, read by Anaea Lay

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Malcolm Cross's "Pavlov's House."

POETRY: The God of Lost Things, by Neile Graham

But vain hours later I'm inventing prayers of smoke and mirrors

COLUMN: Scores, by John Clute

It may be best to stay our gaze on Lagoon as though it were telling us a today to grasp.

EDITORIAL: Hugos 2014, by Niall Harrison

Thank you to everyone who nominated us!

REVIEW: This Week's Reviews

Monday: Short Fiction Snapshot #8: "The Days When Papa Takes Me to War" by Rahul Kanakia, reviewed by A. S. Moser
Wednesday: Sunburnt Faces by Shimon Adaf, reviewed by Paul Kincaid