Posts Tagged "issue 61"

Interview with Cover Artist Tory Hoke

by on Jun 3, 2014 in Interviews | 0 comments

APEX MAGAZINE: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself as an illustrator? TORY HOKE: Sure. I showed aptitude early and got encouraged. My heart goes out to anybody who likes to draw and never got that encouragement. Drawing is fun as hell, practice pays, and anyone can do it. People...

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Black Communities of the 30th Century: Racial Assimilation and Ahistoricity in Superhero Comics

by on Jun 3, 2014 in Nonfiction | 3 comments

A past’s vision of the future can teach us something about its present, or, in the case of the “Big Two” superhero comic book publishers, about how it ever was and sometimes seems like it ever will be. Issue #216 of DC comics’ Superboy, Starring the Legion of Superheroes enlightens...

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Interview with Eden Robins

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Eden Robins’ short fiction has been published in or is forthcoming in Shimmer, Kaleidotrope, M-Brane SF, and the M-Brane SF GLTBQ anthology Things We Are Not. In 2009, Eden co-founded Brain Harvest Magazine along with three of her fellow Clarion West graduates. This issue of Apex...

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The Salt Path

by on Jun 3, 2014 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

4600 Words At first the others didn’t trust Ilahi because he’d never killed anyone. But he could find things. This had been his job with their unit, finding the enemy, finding supplies, finding… anything. Away from the war, he became essential, and by the time they reached the salt...

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Soul of Soup Bones

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3400 Words Finding Drevený came first. An unrecorded town on the border of Slovakia—outgrown, emptied and overgrown since 1523—it knew no maps. Adrienne located its remnants just the same; wild roses, a crust of scattered masonry in a pitted field, bomb-broken from an old war. The...

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