Category Archives: Clarkesworld

Worldcon #77 – Day 2

Well that was eventful. I was fortunate enough to be able to sleep in a bit this morning because the first thing I had to do was be at the convention centre for 11:00pm as Juliet McKenna was doing a … Continue reading

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Interview – Regina Wang

This is the other interview that I promised you from Ă…con X. Regina and I had a chat about her work promoting Chinese SF around the world. Here are links to some of the things we talked about. Ken Liu … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Neil!

I’ve tweeted about this last week, but I wanted to do a proper blog post as well. Neil Clarke, of Clarkesworld Magazine, is to be one of the recipients of the Kate Wilhelm Solstice Award at this year’s SFWA Nebula … Continue reading

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Clarkesworld Does Translated Books

As you may know, Clarkesworld magazine has been publishing translated fiction as a regular part of the magazine for some time. Neil has now decided to ramp that up by publishing printed books of translated fiction. The first of those … Continue reading

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Clarkesworld News – Award and Bristol Appearance

I don’t have the time to keep up with my former colleagues at Clarkesworld as much as I would like these days, but I do keep an eye open for what they are doing. Today I’m delighted to report that … Continue reading

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Books from Worldcon

I only actually bought one book in Finland. That was a copy of Gender Identity and Sexuality in Current Fantasy and Science Fiction to give to Kevin as a birthday present. However, I still came away with quite a few … Continue reading

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Clarkesworld Story Wins WSFA Award

The winner of this year’s Washington Science Fiction Association Small Press award was announced at Capclave over the weekend. This is an award for short fiction published by small presses, and I’m delighted to see that a story from Clarkesworld … Continue reading

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Clarkesworld Hits A Century

While I have been busy with other things, my friends at Clarkesworld have published their 100th issue. It looks like a really good one too. It includes fiction from Aliette de Bodard, Kij Johnson, Cat Valente and Jay Lake. It … Continue reading

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Neil Clarke on Translations

The new issue of Clarkesworld is now available. It has some excellent content, including stories by Pat Cadigan, Ken Macleod, Robert Reed and Ken Liu. But I want to highlight something that Neil said in his editorial: Along those lines, … Continue reading

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Some Kickstarter Recommendations

Because I’ve been distracted for the past few months I have not been keeping up to date with the various crowdfunding projects going on. I want to remedy that now. Here are three that I think are worth backing. First … Continue reading

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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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