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"Goodbye, Jean-Luc, I'm gonna miss you. You had such potential. But then again, all good things must come to an end."
- Q, Star Trek: TNG

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Would That It Were: Zine Closed to Submissions

by Ken Newquist / April 6, 2005

After having published original short stories for the last five years,
the SF webzine has closed its inbox, and is moving to an irregular publication schedule. It's sad to see another web-based fiction market closed, but I can certainly understand the pressures they're under, having been there myself (even if I only paid a fraction of what they did). Read the full story.

Strange Horizons: The Singer of All Songs, Revisiting Literature, New Short Fiction

by Ken Newquist / April 5, 2005

The latest issue includes an article entitled "Hubris and Synthesis in
Kate Constable's The Singer of All Songs", a Mathew Cheney column talking about revisiting some of his favorite works of literature, the short story "The Diogenes Robot" by Mark Rich and the poem "The Elongated Years" by Bruce Boston. Read the full story.

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