Issue 66 — November 2014

Apex Magazine Issue 66Apex 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.

Fiction
Brute” by Rich Larson
Candy Girl” by Chikodili Emelumadu
The New Girl” by Marissa Lingen
The Stagman’s Song” by Ginger Weil
“Tiger! Tiger!” by Elizabeth Bear (eBook/subscriber exclusive)
“A Man Lies Dreaming — Novel Excerpt” by Lavie Tidhar (eBook/subscriber exclusive)

Steal the Spotlight Winners
Stone Woman” by Robin Wyatt Dunn (Banshee)
When a Crossroads is a Corner” by M.J. Starling (Hellhounds)
Whispering Waters” by Jessica Walsh (Sea Monsters)
The Fitzpatrick Solution” by Loreen Heneghan (Science Gone Wrong)
Guided Breathing Exercise: Being Mindful of the Succubus in Your Bedroom” by Christine Purcell (Demons)

Poetry
Brains, Brains, Brains” by Puneet Dutt
Sonnet 29” by Ama Codjoe

Nonfiction
Statistics vs. Story” by Ozgur K. Sahin
Apex Author Interview with Ginger Weil” by Andrea Johnson
Apex Cover Artist Interview with Mark Greyland” by Loraine Sammy
Clavis Aurea: A Review of Short Fiction” by Charlotte Ashley

Podcast Fiction
Download Podcast #17 (“Candy Girl” by Chikodili Emelumadu) or listen using the player below. (28:38 in length)

A 2014 Hugo Award nominee for Best Semiprozine!

Cover art by Mark Greyland.

About the Artist

Mark Greyland is a mixed media artist currently living in Berkeley, California. Mark became interested in art as a teenager and went on to obtain an Associate’s Degree in Computer Animation at the Arts Institute International in Colorado in 1998. Extensive self training in Illustrator and Photoshop led him to develop a distinctive style based on extensive study of the works of MC Escher, Yves Tanguy, and Hans Bellmer among others. The art is usually created without scans or placed photographs and uses both fractals and geometric images. In March of 2012 Mark was privileged to have a one–man solo exhibition of his work entitled “Seeing Stars: Geofractals by Mark Greyland” and recently had a second display at the art show at Comic Con International. Mark has synesthesia and cites it as an essential component of his compositions. He has online portfolios at www.4art.com/profile/MarkGreyland or on Facebook at facebook.com/magreyland.