Posts Tagged "issue 104"

Words for Thought

by on Jan 31, 2018 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to the first Words for Thought of 2018. As we slide from one year into the next, it seems appropriate to focus on stories about worlds intersecting, liminal spaces, and people who are in one way or another caught in-between.   Big Mother by Anya Ow, published at Strange Horizons,...

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the saddest of angels

by on Jan 26, 2018 in Poetry | 0 comments

the saddest of angels is a girl who spends her days on black basalt boulders & sings the colors of night: crimson & cobalt, opal & malachite, sings the darkness of stars & the moon & the fullness of glaciers below, a girl who sings with the meadowlark & the...

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Origin Story

by on Jan 25, 2018 in Short Fiction | 3 comments

3,700 Words The last of the fairies worked in a charnel house, taking apart the beasts that came dead under her hands. In her youth, she had been the last and least of three; now she was the only living one, and even fairies must earn their keep. At night, when the knacker men went home,...

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Interview with Artist Daniele Serra

by on Jan 24, 2018 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

This month’s Apex Magazine cover artist is Daniele Serra, winner of the 2017 British Fantasy Award for Best Artist. Serra’s love of B-movie horror can be seen in his gothic, striking works of art, a mix of genres and styles with a unique vision. APEX MAGAZINE: Your art style is a...

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The Ghost Stories We Tell Around Photon Fires

by on Jan 23, 2018 in Short Fiction | 3 comments

2,900 Words Be careful with trusting navigation systems. Sometimes they lie. They say there is a place where world ships go when they know the end is close. A prism of stars, ravenous, burning like abattoirs, striated by temporal anomalies and transcendentally sublime. If you go there,...

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