Posts Tagged "Eugie Foster"

Eugie Foster Award Shortlisted “Pocosin”

by on Jun 23, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Two years ago the writing world lost a great author, Eugie Foster, to Lymphoma. In her honor, an award has been founded for innovative short fiction.  The shortlist for this year has been released and we are proud to announce that Ursula Vernon’s “Pocosin” from Issue...

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Clavis Aurea #6: Eugie Foster, Thoraiya Dyer, Ruthanna Emrys

by on May 22, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

One of the great attractions of traditionally escapist genre fiction is the scope of the story. These are stories about big movements of history: plots to overthrow kings, bring down gods, reign in forces of nature or supplant the basic elements of the universe. They are stories of...

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Trixie and the Pandas of Dread

by on Jan 1, 2013 in Short Fiction | 17 comments

by Eugie Foster Trixie got out of her cherry-red godmobile and waved away the flitting cherubim waiting to bear her to her sedan chair. She wasn’t in the mood for a reverent chorus of hosannas, and the sedan chair desperately needed re-springing. She felt every jostle and jounce from...

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An Interview with Eugie Foster

by on Jan 1, 2013 in Interviews, Nonfiction | 0 comments

By day, a hard-working legislative editor, and by night a fiction maven, Eugie Foster is the Nebula award-winning author of “Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast.” Her fiction has appeared in a wide range of magazines, from here with us at Apex Magazine...

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Biba Jibun

by on Apr 18, 2011 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

by Eugie Foster Every night as I sleep on my futon, I dream that I’m a rabbit, running on a river of moonlight. My fur is white, my legs strong and swift, and I’m going to see Mama. Papa said that Mama left because she was one of the obake, the spirit folk. She tricked him...

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