Posts Tagged "issue 58"


by on Jun 29, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

900 Words I am running. I am running and it is good, I am running in the dawn–dappled forest and the new air of the day is sharp and good in my lungs. Listen; the hounds are baying. But not all of them, not all, no. I do not hear Philomel. She is a beauty, my Philomel, my lead bitch; her...

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The Parable of the Supervillain

by on Mar 4, 2014 in Poetry | 2 comments

Don’t think I didn’t watch the news, sister of mine, in those days. Don’t think I didn’t see you in that mountaintop palace strewn with blood–red bones, the mosasaur moat, the horned, hooved footmen. At four in the morning with the baby biting me, I watched you call the President of...

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by on Mar 4, 2014 in Poetry | 1 comment

He made time from spinning seconds collected from door jambs where passersby would pause, lost in transition shedding tufts of unheard ticking and occasional moments of pure grace he stood askew from busyness and breathed it loose gently drawing out forgotten strands to ply back into the...

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Interview with Julie Dillon

by on Mar 4, 2014 in Interviews | 0 comments

Julie Dillon is a freelance illustrator from Northern California. She has won the Chelsea Award, and was nominated for the 2013 Hugo. Apex Magazine: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself as an illustrator? Julie Dillon: I just really enjoying creating in general; I used to also...

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Invisible Bisexuality in Torchwood

by on Mar 4, 2014 in Nonfiction | 8 comments

One of the best moments in any episode of Doctor Who is in “The Doctor Dances” when the Doctor explains to Rose that their new friend, Captain Jack Harkness, is “flexible” with his sexuality. Jack doesn’t restrict himself to monosexuality. He doesn’t even restrict himself to humans. He’s...

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