Recent Fiction

In Our Rags of Light

by Shira Lipkin

15 August 2016

If there's one thing halfass swamprat mystics like better than a girl on their lap while they're holding forth regarding the tiny scraps of the numinous they’ve managed to catch sight of, it's a girl waiting on them.

Podcast: In Our Rags of Light

by Shira Lipkin, read by Anaea Lay

15 August 2016

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Shira Lipkin's "In Our Rags of Light."

Gorse Daughter, Sparrow Son (Part 2 of 2)

by Alena Indigo Anne Sullivan

8 August 2016

Jocelyn’s mother grew weak and died when she was only a few months old; Jocelyn spent the rest of her childhood years at the skirts of one fairy or another, trying desperately to learn all the things her mother hadn’t had time to teach her.

Podcast: Gorse Daughter, Sparrow Son (Part 2 of 2)

by Alena Indigo Anne Sullivan, read by Anaea Lay

8 August 2016

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Alena Indigo Anne Sullivan's "Gorse Daughter, Sparrow Son."

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