Apex Magazine Issue #23, April 2011 by David Hebblethwaite

This issue contains two original stories and two reprints. Michael J. Deluca tells a tale from the early days of language, and considers the relative merits of life with or without words. Eugie Foster writes of a girl dealing with difficult circumstances, who may have to put herself first whatever the cost to herself or others. Mike Allen's... Continue Reading →

Strange Horizons, April 4-May 30, 2011 by Carole Moleti

In “Pataki,” by Nisi Shawl, published in two parts on 4 and 11 April 2011, Rianne is starting over in a new place, but still hasn't recovered from the disproved allegations that caused her to flee Ann Arbor, Michigan for Oakland, California. And it's affecting her magic. She meditates in front of her altars, but it... Continue Reading →

Rigor Amortis

For those who like their romances literally mushy, Rigor Amortis, edited by Jaym Gates and Erika Holt, collects an anthology of flash fiction pieces, interspersed with the occasional poem, all centered on zombies and erotica/romance. Actually, it would be fairer to say that the stories concern relationships and zombies because not all content within the... Continue Reading →

Residential Aliens #4, July/August 2010

This issue of Residential Aliens is guest-edited by John Ottinger III. Billing itself as “speculative fiction from the Seven Stars,” ResAliens strives for science fiction with a spiritual bent. We start off with “Fishing the Moons of Jupiter” by Jason Rizos. Morris tells the story; he is one of several fishermen turned miners boring through... Continue Reading →

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