Posts Tagged "Blood on Vellum"

Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

by on Dec 3, 2013 in Nonfiction | 1 comment

Welcome to Issue 55 of Apex Magazine. We’re closing out the year with a great selection of stories. In this issue, we open with “What You’ve Been Missing,” a rumination on hippocamps by Maria Dahvana Headley. Kat Howard brings us “Haruspicy and Other Amatory Divinations,” a new way of...

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Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

by on Nov 5, 2013 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to Issue 54 of Apex Magazine. In this issue, my penultimate as Editor–in–Chief, I’m sharing some bittersweet stories and poetry along with a good laugh. Our new fiction includes “The Jackal’s Wife” by Vajra Chandrasekera, a story of transformation and betrayal. “Recordings of a More Personal Nature” by Bogi...

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Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

by on Oct 1, 2013 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to Issue 53 of Apex Magazine. This month, I’m pleased to bring you three new stories. Shira Lipkin’s “Becca at the End of the World” is a heartfelt tale of the zombie apocalypse. Mari Ness’s “An Assault of Color” explores painting as a medium for magic. Damien Angelica...

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Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

by on Sep 3, 2013 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to Issue 52 of Apex Magazine. I’m really pleased to share these stunning stories with you. Anaea Lay’s “Turning the Whisper,” provides a meditation on artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and death. Hal Duncan brings us a short, sharp, vicious tale about a school shooting in “The Boy Who Loved...

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Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

by on Aug 6, 2013 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to Issue 51 of Apex Magazine. This issue has some exceptional new fiction from Charlie Jane Anders, who brings us a superhero tale from a rather different perspective, in her story “Victimless Crimes.” Brian Trent explores the corporatization of the virtual world and the politics of technology dependency...

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