Issue 118, March 2019

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
Musings from Maryland by Lesley Conner

FICTION
The Prison-house of Language by Elana Gomel
Where Gods Dance by Ben Serna-Grey
Curse Like a Savior by Russell Nichols
O Have You Seen the Devle with his Mikerscope and Scalpul? by Jonathan L. Howard

NONFICTION
The Art of Peace: Mari Evans’ Legacy of Peaceful and Ethical Engagement by Tabitha Barbour
Words for Thought by A.C. Wise

INTERVIEWS
Interview with Author Elana Gomel by Andrea Johnson
Interview with Cover Artist Aaron Jasinski by Russell Dickerson

Podcast Fiction

Narrated by Dominick Rabrun

About the Artist
Aaron Jasinski’s paintings have shown across the US, and internationally. He also illustrates children’s books, album covers, and creates electronic music. Aaron grew up in a family of musicians and the love of music is a major influence in his visual art. His paintings feature nostalgic themes peppered with social commentary and whimsical creatures (think morose hipsters mingling with monkeys in space suits), utilizing a Technicolor palette. Aaron resides near Seattle Washington with his wife and children. 


Apex Magazine Issue 119 Preview

Next month we are joining the resistance! To celebrate the release of Do Not Go Quietly edited by Jason Sizemore and Lesley Conner, we will be featuring stories about resistance and defiance! We will have original fiction by Amal Singh and Paul Crenshaw, and our first look at the anthology with a reprinted story. Our cover art will be by Marcela Bolivar. Cristina Jurado has selected another wonderful international SF piece for us.