Posts Tagged "Lavie Tidhar"

My Struggle

by on Oct 10, 2017 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

7,400 Words From beyond the ghetto walls come the peal of church bells; pure and clear, clear and pure the sound fills the night above the ghetto, and Shomer and the children stop and listen to it, spellbound in their captivity. Beyond the walls, ordinary citizens are on their way to...

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Red Christmas

by on Dec 19, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

5,700 words In another time and place, Shomer still has Fanya and the children. He watches his wife as she lights the Hannukah candles on the windowsill. A hush has settled over the ghetto, and the children, Avrom and Bina, watch the weak, flickering lights of the candle stubs. Shomer...

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The Drowned Celestial

by on May 24, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

10,200 Words 1. Colt was playing cards when trouble crawled in through the door, in the shape of a dead man who didn’t yet know he was dead. This was on old Venus, ancient and most decadent of planets. Make no mistake, as the blind poet said: man has conquered space before. Woman, too,...

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Agent of V.A.L.I.S.

by on Mar 1, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

8,200 Words Philip K. Dick — American author (1928-1982) of many novels and short stories. In later years Dick began to believe he was in touch with a cosmic intelligence, which he called V.A.L.I.S. He also believed that the year was 50 A.D. and that the Roman Empire “never ended.” Jesus...

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Apex Magazine Issue 76 to be special ‘world’ SF-themed

by on Jun 25, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

We are pleased to announce that Apex Magazine will be publishing its second international SF-themed issue coming this September 1st. Issue 76, guest edited by Cristina Jurado, will feature Charles Tan, Zen Cho, and Saad Hossain among others. The Apex Book of World SF 4 anthology editors...

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