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I Remember the Future

by on Dec 28, 2016 in Short Fiction | 3 comments

4,200 words I remember the future. The future was glorious once. It was filled with sleek silver spaceships, lunar colonies, and galactic empires. The horizon seemed within reach; we could almost grasp the stars if we would but try. I helped to create that future once. We created it out...

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Fifty Years of Star Trek: Interview with Lance Parkin

by on Sep 14, 2016 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

As the world notes and celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of Star Trek, many books are coming out to commemorate the 1960s television series. These include novels, histories, and even a guide to the real universe (as noted by Apex Magazine back in July). One book that deserves our...

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Star Trek: The Official Guide to Our Universe: Interview with Andrew Fazekas

by on Jul 13, 2016 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Author of Star Trek: The Official Guide to Our Universe: The True Science Behind the Starship Voyages   Fifty years ago, when Star Trek first debuted on television, it differed from a lot of other media science fiction in one important way. Gene Roddenberry, the show’s creator and...

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The Great Miracle

by on Dec 7, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Editor’s Note: We at Apex Magazine love our dark SF. 2015 has been a tough twelve months for many so we wanted to run something that offers optimism and hope. Any member of any religion (or lack thereof) will enjoy Michael A. Burstein’s tale of perseverance in the face of...

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Short Fiction Appreciation by Michael A. Burstein

by on Nov 11, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Let’s start by getting one thing out of the way: I love short stories. For me, short stories are the epitome of how science fiction is best experienced, meaning that choosing one short story as my “favorite” is impossible. When Apex asked me to write about my favorite short story for...

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