Recent Fiction

The Lone Star Sin Eaters

by Evan Berkow

6 July 2015

We've been meeting every week for the past month. The first time I could see something in his eyes. Not exactly fear, but some itching doubt. Like maybe he should feel guilty about how things turned out, about what was happening to me.

Podcast: The Lone Star Sin Eaters

by Evan Berkow, read by Anaea Lay

6 July 2015

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Evan Berkow's "The Lone Star Sin Eaters."

Introduction to "Winds that Stir Vermillion Sands"

by Sabrina Vourvoulias

29 June 2015

"Winds that Stir Vermillion Sands" isn't a translation, but it is a translator's story. Its music is played by ear, by memory; in language acknowledged to be sacred and profane, at risk and riskier than hell.

Winds that Stir Vermillion Sands

by David Bowles

29 June 2015

"Rodrigo’s dad scraped out a living this way: hunting through what others considered junk, looking for bits and pieces that could be resold or repurposed."

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