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- Strange Horizons, w/c 25th July, by
- This week we have: Michael Keyton's article, "A Time to Die" "Our Father Who Art", a poem by Jeanie Tomasko And reviews of Catherynne M. Valente's Deathless, by Erin Horáková, a double review of Daniel Abraham's The Dragon's Path, by...
- Call for volunteers: website content checking, by
- As close readers of this blog may have realised, one of the ongoing projects this year at Strange Horizons is to update our website design and backend. In the ten years since we launched, the current site has served us...
- Strange Horizons, w/c 18th July, by
- This week we have: Robyn Fleming's column, "Dice and D-Pads: Cover Me" "Bleaker Collegiate Presents an All-Female Production of Waiting for Godot", a short story by Claire Humphrey Sara Polsky's poem, "The Internet in Heaven" And reviews of C.J. Cherryh's...
- Horizontal Connections 21.07.11, by
- Here in London, Summer is no more. Instead, we have merely Autumn's preamble. Clouds, rain and the universal sentiment that we have somehow been cheated, deprived and mislead. What good is weather in the 20s if you have to wear...
- Strange Horizons, w/c 11th July, by
- This week we have: Matthew Cheney's column, "Lexias: Old, New" Ted Infinity and Nabil Hijazi's short story, "The Peacock "The Mesozoic Tour Guide", a poem by Ken Liu And reviews of Gwyneth Jones's The Universe of Things, by Paul Graham...
- Strange Horizons, w/c 4th July, by
- This week we have: Genevieve Valentine's column, "Intertitles: In Praise of the Glorious Mess" "One-Eyed Jack's", a short story by Tracy Canfield Shweta Narayan's poem, "Homeward Bound" And reviews of Eclipse Four (ed. Jonathan Strahan), by Richard Larson, S.L. Grey's...
- Horizontal Connections 07.07.11, by
- Fresh from this year's Science Fiction Foundation Masterclass, I bring you... FIRE. Well, either that or links to some of the pieces of genre writing that have grabbed my attention over the past couple of weeks. As ever, If you...
- On working toward our mission statement, by
- This week, I read some criticism of a story published in Strange Horizons. Here are the two posts I read: http://tablesaw.dreamwidth.org/480301.html http://moniquill.dreamwidth.org/350055.html The author has responded here: http://csecooney.livejournal.com/322752.html The points have already been well made and well answered, but as...
- Locus Award Winners, by
- As I'm sure most people reading this are aware, this year's Locus Award winners were announced last weekend. Congratulations to all the winners! Strange Horizons had one story in the running this year, Theodora Goss's novelette "The Mad Scientist's Daughter"...