Short Story Highlight: “Chang’e Dashes from the Moon” by Benjanun Sriduangkaew (Thailand)

The latest issue of Expanded Horizons in now online, and contains a story from new Thai writer Benjanun Sriduangkaew - Chang’e Dashes from the Moon: There’s a lady on the moon and she has a rabbit; at mid-autumn we have mooncakes when her husband visits. Long ago the moon grew a city on its skin like nacreous... Continue Reading →

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Expanded Horizons Returns

After a short hiatus, Expanded Horizons is back with plenty of new stories. In the March issue,  "All our contributors this month are women of color, of various ethnic backgrounds". It includes Apex Book of World SF 2 contributor (and World SF Blog correspondent!) Silvia Moreno-Garcia. The May Issue has also been released, a double... Continue Reading →

New Issue of Expanded Horizons

Expanded Horizons has become the premier webzine publishing international writers these days, and their latest issue is a strong one, including two Apex Book of World SF II contributors! Check out stories from Hungary, Egypt, Malaysia, Mexico, Hong Kong and the Philippines at this great publication. Issue Twenty-Four (Nov 2010) Fiction Cornrows and Dill Pickles... Continue Reading →

February 2010 Issue of Expanded Horizons

Expanded Horizons has just released its February 2010 issue and features several World SF writers (both old and new voices) which include Anne Abad (Philippines), Lavie Tidhar (currently based in Southeast Asia), Silvia Moreno-Garcia (Mexican-native residing in Canada), and Mint Kang (Singapore). Here's the full table of contents: Urban Phantoms by Anne Abad Miss Lonelyhearts... Continue Reading →

2009 summaries: Expanded Horizons

Expanded Horizons have just posted their list of 2009 stories by international writers - I'll just quote from their post: This list only includes people from non-Anglo-Saxon countries or people who immigrated to said countries (but not people whose parents did) either as adults or as children. American/UK/etc. expats are not included. People from Anglophonic... Continue Reading →

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