This week's edition brings a critique of Isaac Asimov's book (and the "inspired by" movie) I, Robot, part one of the short stoy "Shard of Glass" by Alaya Dawn Johnson, the poem "Yggdrasil Yardwork" by Sandra J. Lindow and a column detailing the James Tiptree Jr. Literary Award. You can also vote for the zine's best short stories from 2004. Read the full story.
The latest edition of the science fiction webzine features the original short story "Too Shy" by Bill Snodgrass, reviews of the horror flick "Boogeyman" and the direct-to-DVD Disney sequel Mulan 2 and Conan-inspired sci-ku. Read the full story.
The venerable muse keeps on kicking with the science fiction short stories "Picking Up a Bad Cent" by Tobias Gerber and "Distant Galaxies Colliding" by Gareth Lyn Powell, the fantasy story "The Emperor's Corpse" by Robert Bee and the alternative yarns "The Devastator" by Kevin Bachhuber and "Best Friend Becky" by Wayne Faust. Read the full story.
The latest issue of the shared-world fantasy webzine is now online, featuring the stories "Little Yorgai and the Beast of Leagues" by Liam Donahue and "End of the Line 1" by
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The February edition of the ezine of high fantasy features an "how to" wrting article by Michael Stackpole, cover art by Rob Alexander, and fiction by M. Thomas ("Becoming Empire"), Robert Shell ("Imoen's Arrow"), and Michael Reeder and Ron Meyer ("The Other Side"). The zine has also announced an open call for additional staffers, so if fantasy's your thing, check them out. Read the full story.
Michael Underwood discusses "The Laws of the Space Frontier" while "unusual winged visitors spend time on a farm" in the Tim Jones' short story "Homestay". Rounding out the issue is Joanne Merriam's poem "Surface Properties". Read the full story.