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Audio reprint, Clarkesworld Year Seven, and "Doors" illustration

I just returned from a week-long camping retreat with fellow writers Julie Day and Michael DeLuca. We viewed the Marfa lights, walked in the Big Bend hot sun, seared vegan marshmallows, and half-slept in a haunted tent. 90 more words


Clarkesworld #103 @ Infinispace.net

Clarkesworld is a monthly science fiction and fantasy magazine first published in October 2006.  Each issue contains interviews, thought-provoking articles and at least three pieces of original fiction.   35 more words

Science Fiction

'Silkpunk': Redefining Technology for 'The Grace of Kings' (Essay)

“The Grace of Kings” (Saga Press, 2015).Ken Liu is an author whose fiction has appeared in such outlets as F&SF, Asimov’s, Analog, Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, and Clarkesworld. 130 more words


Short Story Sunday: "Stone Hunger"

First Line: “Once there was a girl who lived in a beautiful place full of beautiful people who made beautiful things.”

Stone Hunger” by N.K. Jemisin, published in Clarkesworld Magazine.

Short Story Sunday

Cheryl Morgan - Writer and Editor

Cheryl has won four Hugo awards for writing and editing. She is also the owner of Wizard’s Tower Press. She blogs regularly at Cheryl’s Mewsings… 1,299 more words

Review: Clarkesworld 101 (Feb 2015)

The Last Surviving Gondola Widow, by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

5/5 *

A properly steampunk story, in that the time period fits, it contained Victorian Super Technology, and actually used steam/coal to fuel the machines. 737 more words


January 31, 2015

Welcome to the first edition of the doubtless-irregular and potentially short-lived Short and Sweet, featuring unformed thoughts on speculative short fiction I’ve read and liked in the last week. 760 more words

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