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Asimov’s 1-2/20 Analog 1-2/20 Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet 11/19 On Spec #112 The first 2020 issue of Asimov’s is anchored by two novellas – the latest episode of Allen M. Steele‘s series about a human colony on a planet of Tau Ceti and the colonists’ interaction with the doglike intelligent species that controls the planet, “The Palace of Dancing Dogs” – these are enjoyable somewhat old-fashioned adventures ...Read More
The April 2020 issue of Locus magazine has interviews with Tamsyn Muir and Kate Heartfield. The issue includes COVID-19 SF event cancellations, the 2019 British Book Summary, and FOGcon coverage. Headline news includes the SFWA Awards recipients, the Stoker Awards final ballot, Simon & Schuster to be sold, Macmillan ends e-books embargo, and more, including the Audie Awards Winners, the return of the Carl Brandon Society ...Read More
New titles this week are by Max Barry, James P. Blaylock, Theodora Goss, Alex Irvine, Julie Kagawa, Sarah Tarkoff, and Menna van Praag. * Barry, Max : Providence (Putnam 978-0593085172, $27, 320pp, hardcover, March 2020) Nominal Publication Date: Tue 31 Mar 2020 Ebook ISBN [link to Amazon Kindle edition]: 9780593085189 Audiobook ISBN [link to Amazon]: 9780593163504 SF novel about the four-person crew of a spaceship sent to ...Read More
A Queen in Hiding, Sarah Kozloff (Tor 978-1250168542, $12.99, 496pp, tp) January 2020. The Queen of Raiders, Sarah Kozloff (Tor 978-1250168566, $16.99, 512pp, tp) February 2020. A Broken Queen, Sarah Kozloff (Tor 978-1250168665, $16.99, 448pp, tp) March 2020. The Cerulean Queen, Sarah Kozloff (Tor 978-1250168962, $16.99, 512pp, tp) April 2020. Sarah Kozloff is a chair of film studies at Vassar College, where she’s apparently been teaching ...Read More
Below, Mark W. Tiedemann takes us on a creative journey, exploring how all of his stories are born, and how they evolve. His story “Camphor”
“I’m Rosie,” she says. But I just call her the kid.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents poetry from the Climate special issue.