Issue 112—September 2018

Apex 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.

THIS MONTH FROM APEX

EDITORIAL
Words from the Editor-in-Chief by Jason Sizemore

FICTION
Field Biology of the Wee Fairies by Naomi Kritzer
River Street by S.R. Mandel
Coyote Now Wears a Suit by Ani Fox
A Siren’s Cry Is a Song of Sorrow by Stina Leicht
Talking to Cancer by Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali

NONFICTION
The Apex Book of World SF: Volume 5 by Cristina Jurado
The Power of Anger, Acceptance, and Affirmation in Dirty Computer by Lashawn M. Wanak

COLUMNS
Page Advice with Mallory O’Meara and Brea Grant
Between the Lines with Laura Zats and Erik Hane of the Print Run Podcast

INTERVIEWS
Interview with Author Naomi Kritzer by Andrea Johnson
Interview with Cover Artist Joel Chaim Holtzman by Russell Dickerson

Podcast Fiction

Narrated by Brea Grant.

About the Artist

Joel Chaim Holtzman is an illustrator/concept artist based in the Netherlands. With a passion for art since a young age, around his twenties he began to paint more intensely with acrylics and oils, until he found his favourite medium which he uses to this day as a professional artist: digital painting. His greatest influences are Biblical themes, mythology, history, and the grotesque; combining these elements to share stories with the world.


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Next month we have original short fiction from Kristi DeMeester, Cassandra Khaw, and editor Cristina Jurado’s international fiction selection by Iraqi author Hassan Abdulrazzak. Our reprint is one by Chesya Burke. The nonfiction essay is by Tim Waggoner about working with media properties, and our cover art is by Vinz el Tabanaz.