Posts Tagged "Issue 41"

Weaving Dreams (v2)

by on Mar 12, 2013 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

by Mary Robinette Kowal Eva tossed her backpack on the picnic bench and hollered to Giancarlo. “I’m heading to the creek to cut some willow branches for the summoning spell.”The historian strode up the hill from their car with his gear slung over one shoulder and...

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Weaving Dreams

by on Oct 2, 2012 in Short Fiction | 4 comments

Note from Editor-in-Chief Lynne M. Thomas: Mary Robinette Kowal requested the opportunity to revise this story, after a reader pointed out that parts of the story perpetrated racist and colonialist tropes. Mary and I had both missed this.   We discussed this issue, agreed that we had...

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Apex Magazine Goes to the Hugos

by on Oct 2, 2012 in Articles, Nonfiction | 0 comments

by Lynne M. Thomas   Worldcon felt like a destination wedding held on a cruise ship where you and several thousand of your closest friends gathered for a completely overscheduled weekend with the world’s most frantic activities director. The preparation, travel hassle, nerve levels, and...

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The Crows and the Witches and the Window

by on Oct 2, 2012 in Poetry | 3 comments

by Rachel Swirsky   I’m probably going to die at midnight.   Don’t worry— I’ll set the timer on the coffee pot before I go.   The crows will be up with me and the witches. I’ll watch them through the window and they’ll watch me back.   I’ll crack the window so I can smell stew simmering...

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Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief (Issue 41)

by on Oct 2, 2012 in Articles, Nonfiction | 0 comments

Welcome to Apex Magazine Issue 41. Summer is turning into autumn, and in this issue, we look at transformations. Cecil Castellucci’s “Always the Same. Till it is Not” challenges our assumptions about the thought processes of zombies. Mary Robinette Kowal shares a tale of the Fae in North...

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