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Words from the Editor-in-Chief

by on May 7, 2019 in Nonfiction, Slider | 2 comments

Words from the Editor-in-Chief

You are reading the last issue of Apex Magazine.

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Our Audacity

by on May 7, 2019 in Nonfiction, Slider | 0 comments

Our Audacity

It’s always a valuable exercise to take stock of who you are outside of the hot buzzwords of the day.

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Interview with Cover Artist Marcela Bolívar

by on Apr 26, 2019 in Interviews, Slider | 0 comments

Interview with Cover Artist Marcela Bolívar

The incredible artwork of artist Marcela Bolívar once again graces the cover of Apex Magazine. Since this issue is about resistance, we wanted to find out what an amazing artist like Bolívar thinks of resistance in art. APEX MAGAZINE: Artists throughout history have used their works to...

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A Fool’s Baneful Gallantry

by on Apr 16, 2019 in Short Fiction, Slider | 0 comments

A Fool’s Baneful Gallantry

7,700 Words At sunfall, the sellward, the spellcaster, and the wyrmrider paused at the foot of a dune and peered at the sun wester across the Sahael, the sea of sand. They had walked thirty days and were yet to come upon an oasis, caravan, or waykeep. At this rate, even a quick death...

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The Pros and Cons of Stage Directions

by on Apr 11, 2019 in Nonfiction, Slider | 0 comments

The Pros and Cons of Stage Directions

I started acting on stage at seven. My first role was Marcie in We’re All Stars, Charlie Brown. I don’t remember the audition, but I do remember my mother’s reaction: something along the lines of “What? My child, with her nose permanently stuck in books, whose best friend is a tree, is...

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All Votes Will Be Counted (We Promise)

by on Apr 9, 2019 in Short Fiction, Slider | 2 comments

All Votes Will Be Counted (We Promise)

5,400 words When the Clausens got to the voting place, most of the town had already arrived. Clausen was tired from work, and tired of voting, but he tried to smile as he held Claudia’s hand and Jenny and Jimmy went up the steps in front of them. The voting place, as they all called it,...

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