25 August 2014


ARTICLE: 'To Keep Out Bad Things': Exploring the Wall in A Song of Ice and Fire, by Stephe Harrop

The Wall, like the men and women who inhabit and contest its surrounding landscapes, is sketched with a sharp authorial eye for the dramatic contrasts, contradictions, and paradoxes of a frontier.

POETRY: A Pantheon of Madnesses, by Cory O'Brien

There are no leaves. There are only flies. And they notice you, noticing them.

POETRY: Podcast: August Poetry, by Lisa Bellam, Jessy Randall, Charles Bane, Jr., and Cory O'Brien, read by Ciro Faienza, Julia Rios, Diane Severson Mori, and Cory O'Brien

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents poetry from the August issues.