Salon Futura #6

Salon Futura #6

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! And because I love you all lots, I have a new issue of Salon Futura for you.

To mark the release day, Jonathan Clements has a very romantic story from Japan.

Our guest contributor this month is Raz Greenberg from Israel who tells us all about a wonderful French animator.

Sam, meanwhile, gets all surreal with the help of Robert Irwin’s novel, Exquisite Corpse.

My own contribution started out all snowy and ended up as a meditation on suspension of disbelief.

Karen is back with some thoughts about the Last Man on Earth.

This month’s Salon is all about Running a Small Press and my guests are L. Timmel Duchamp (Aqueduct Press), Alisa Krasnostein (Twelfth Planet Press) and Sean Wallace (Prime Books).

Our interview guests for February are Gary K. Wolfe and Ann VanderMeer.

Alvaro Zinos-Amaro has taken over running the Pipeline column and is doing a great job.

Two new small presses have joined our bookstore. A warm welcome please for Bull Spec, and for Papaveria Press who have their first two ebooks, The Winter Triptych by Nicole Kornher-Stace and Jack o’ the Hills by C.S.E. Cooney, launching today.

And we have a magnificent cover by Steve Upham.

For those of you who like such things, the epub version is available from the bookstore.

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