Issue 91 — December 2016

apexmag12-16Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field. New issues are released the first Tuesday of every month.

WEEK ONE
Words from the Editor-in-Chief by Jason Sizemore
Uncontainable by Helen Stubbs (Short Story)
Interview with Author Helen Stubbs by Andrea Johnson
How to Know If Your House is Haunted and What to Do by M. Brett Gaffney (Poetry)

WEEK TWO
The Love It Bears Fair Maidens by K.T. Bryski (Short Story)
Tropes as Eraser: A Transgender Perspective by Keffy R.M. Kehrli (Essay)
Interview with Cover Artist Billy Nuñez by Russell Dickerson
The Familiar by Donna Ison (Poetry)

WEEK THREE
Red Christmas by Lavie Tidhar (Short Story)
By the Cover by Lesley Conner (Essay)
From the Vaults:  Christmas is Coming by Gina L. Grandi (Short Story)

WEEK FOUR
I Remember the Future by Michael A. Burstein (Short Fiction)
Remember the Future Past: An Interview with Author Michael A. Burstein and Filmmaker Klayton Stainer by Eileen Maksym
Words for Thought: Short Fiction Review by A.C. Wise

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Cover art by Billy Nuñez.

About the Artist

billynunezBilly Nuñez is a Caribbean born, Boston raised hybrid artist. His visual works infamously celebrate the female physique and hypnotism while simultaneously glorifying and embracing masculine strides of the past and future. In his late teens, Billy was heavily involved with Boston’s graffiti community creating a base for his palate, elaborate and purposeful. Nowadays unconstrained to any dimensions, Billy dabbles into a spectrum of mediums working alongside other creatives, using his intuition to take ideas from point A to B flawlessly. In 2014, Billy graduated from Pratt University where he obtained a BA in Graphic Design. At Pratt he was given the opportunity to be in a community of some of the most creative minds of this epoch all while perfecting his crafts. As the science fiction maven he is, Billy is currently working on an array of personal projects with hopes to share his philosophies and passionate universal views and predictions. Taking a closer look at Billy’s work is taking a closer look into the future. In the years to come Billy will bring to his cult-like audience an elaborate platform for the images they learned to love over the years.

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