Posts Tagged "issue-42"

Behind the Convention Curtain: Programming

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If the Programming Team at a science fiction convention does its job properly, the end result should be a clean schedule that always presents interesting items for attendees and program participants alike. However, Programming is one of the most complex divisions of a convention and, to...

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The Glutton: A GoxHat Accounting Chant

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By Eleanor Arnason   Translator’s Note: The translation of Goxhat poetry presents many problems, due in part to the Goxhat language, but also to the biological and social realities that underlie the language. The foremost problem is the Goxhat’s ambiguous sense of personal identity. Much...

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Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

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This issue features two contemporary flash fiction pieces. The first is by Alex Bledsoe, the author of one of my favorite novels from last year, The Hum and the Shiver, and its forthcoming follow up, Wisp of a Thing. Both spin tales of the Tufa, a group of people from the mountains of...

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