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China Comes To Clarkesworld – #WITMonth

The new issue of Clarkesworld is now online. It includes “Spring Festival: Happiness, Anger, Love, Sorrow, Joy”, a story by Chinese writer, Xia Jia, whose work I highlighted recently. Also in this issue is “Patterns of a Murmuration, in Billions … Continue reading

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Eurocon – Invisible Women

My first panel today (at 10:00am! — huge thanks to Laura Ann Gilman for fetching me coffee) was on invisible women. We covered most of the usual topics that regular readers have doubtless seen here many times before. I was … Continue reading

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December Magazines

Why look, it is the first of the month again. That means a whole lot of magazines becoming available, in particular the new Clarkesworld. And just look at that line-up: E. Lily Yu, Rochita Loenen-Ruiz and Benjanun Sriduangkaew. Someone is … Continue reading

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Clarkesworld #85

Oh my, where do the days go? I am still trying to catch up on all of the things I should have done on the first of the month, but could not because I was in London. Of course it … Continue reading

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Clarkesworld #84

In all of the post-Worldcon confusion Neil forgot to send me the files for Clarkesworld #84, and I forgot to nag him. It has taken me a while to get the issue in store, but finally it is available. Of … Continue reading

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August Clarkesworld

The latest issue of Clarkeworld is now available online. A brief flick through the stories suggests that they all have something of post-disaster feel to them. They are: “Cry of the Kharchal” by Vandana Singh “Shepherds” by Greg Kurzawa “Found” … Continue reading

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Clarkesworld Year 4

Still with the bookstore, I am delighted to be able to offer for sale the Year 4 anthology of Clarkesworld Magazine. The volume covers the period when Clarkesworld really started to hit the big time. It includes stories such as … Continue reading

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July Clarkesworld

I’m on my way to Finncon, but I need to tell you about the new Clarkesworld which is available online as usual, and also in the bookstore. This issue contains a story by Vajra Chandrasekera, who I see lives in … Continue reading

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Clarkesworld Update

Due to being in Canada at the start of the month, I managed to miss doing the magazines update. This is a belated attempt at catch-up. The new Clarkesworld is not that new any more, but you can still find … Continue reading

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And Nebulas

I don’t have to give you a run-down here, because the good folks from Locus were on hand to do so. Here’s the list. I am, of course, disappointed that The Drowning Girl didn’t win, but it is an interesting … Continue reading

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May Magazines

The May editions of Clarkesworld and Lightspeed are now in the store. I’m in a bit of a rush as I need to get into Bristol to see Patrick Ness so this post will be shorter than usual. Clarkesworld #80 … Continue reading

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Ditmar Winners

The Ditmar Award winners were announced at the Australian Natcon yesterday evening. I can’t see an official announcement yet, but based on Twitter reports the winners are as follows: Novel: Sea Hearts, Margo Lanagan (Allen & Unwin) Novella or Novelette: … Continue reading

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April Magazines

There is a new Clarkesworld out, and it is HUGE! Gardner Dozois has arrived with a bang, and there are no less than six stories in the issue. Let’s start with the new material. The headline story is “Annex” by … Continue reading

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New From Twelfth Planet

We have a new Australian title in the bookstore today. Technically its an anthology, but in keeping with Twelfth Planet’s preference for shorter books it contains only two stories. They are “The Company Articles of Edward Teach” by Thoraiya Dyer … Continue reading

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March Magazines

It is that time of the month again. What have we got for you in March? Well, if you follow me on Twitter you might have seen me mention how excited I was about the table of contents for the … Continue reading

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Big News From Clarkesworld

I’m back from Exeter, and the first thing I want to talk about is a momentous piece of news from Clarkesworld. I saw it via Locus on Twitter so I’ll give them the link. Clarkesworld is going to be getting … Continue reading

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We Have Nebulas

The short lists for this year’s Nebula Awards were announced yesterday while I was out and about in Bristol. You can find them here. As usual, I’m delighted to see so many of my friends getting a chance at glory. … Continue reading

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February Magazines

This post should have gone up on Friday night or Saturday morning, but I was busy hobnobbing with mayors and the like so it has been a bit delayed. Here’s what we have from the February magazines. Clarkesworld has three … Continue reading

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January Magazines

There are no vacations for the editors of monthly magazines. The new issues of Lightspeed and Clarkesworld popped into my mailbox bang on schedule. I have now done my bit and put them on sale. So what do we have … Continue reading

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December Magazines

The December issue of Clarkesworld marks the 75th monthly issue, which is quite an achievement, as I remember from Emerald City days. It will be another couple of years before Neil reaches the magical century mark, but given his reliability … Continue reading

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