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Apex Magazine - Issue 104, January 2018 by (Apex Magazine 25 January 2018 / ) - Apex Magazine – Issue 104, January 2018

Table of Contents:
Editorial:
Words from the Editor-in-Chief - Jason Sizemore
Fiction:
Asylum of Cuckoos by Lila Bowen
To Blight a Fig Tree Before It Bears Fruit by Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley
A Night Out at a Nice Place by Nick Mamatas
The Heaven-Moving Way by Chi Hui (translated by Andy Dudak)
Symphony to a City Under the Stars by Armando Saldaña
The Ghost Stories We Tell Around Photon Fires by Cassandra Khaw (reprint)
The Best Friend We Never Had by Nisi Shawl
Origin Story by T. Kingfisher (reprint)
Nonfiction:
Interview with Author Lila Bowen by Andrea Johnson
Interview with Cover Artist Daniele Serra by Russell Dickerson
Orrin Evans: The Pioneer of Black Comic Book Publishing by Shawn Pryor
Fear of Failure 2.0 by Damien Angelica Walters
Poetry:
Treebound by Mary Soon Lee
The Saddest of Angels by Jeremy Padden
Monster: Puppeteer by Mary Soon Lee
Columns:
Page Advice by Mallory O'Meara and Brea Grant
Between the Lines with the Print Run Podcast by Laura Zats and Erik Hane
Words for Thought (see review)

Clarkesworld 136 - January 2018 by (Clarkesworld 24 January 2018 / ) - Clarkesworld 136 – January 2018

Table of Contents:
Fiction:
A World to Die For by Tobias S. Buckell
Say it Low, then Loud by Osahon Ize-Iyamu
Sour Milk Girls by Erin Roberts
A Cigarette Burn in Your Memory by Bo Balder
The Lighthouse Girl by Bao Shu, translated by Andy Dudak
Her Smoke Rose Up Forever by James Tiptree Jr. (Reprint)
For I Have Lain Me Down on the Stone of Loneliness and I'll Not Be Back Again by Michael Swanwick (Reprint)
Nonfiction:
Why Science Fiction Detective Stories Aren't Impossible by Mark Cole
Clever Plants, Generations, and Translations: A Conversation with Sue Burke by Chris Urie
Another Word: Luke Versus Han: An Approach to Characterization by Kelly Robson
Editor's Desk: Stepping into a New Year by Neil Clarke
Podcasts:
A World to Die For by Tobias S. Buckell, read by Kate Baker
Say it Low, then Loud by Osahon Ize-Iyamu, read by Kate Baker
Sour Milk Girls by Erin Roberts, read by Kate Baker
A Cigarette Burn in Your Memory by Bo Balder, read by Kate Baker
Art:
Vukilyeo! by Artur Sadlos
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online - January 2018 by (Flash Fiction Online 27 January 2018 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – January 2018

Table of Contents:
Editorial - New Year, New Life by Suzanne W. Vincent
The Solid Years of My Life by Holly Collingwood (Humor, Science Fiction)
Life, hacked by Krystal Claxton (Science Fiction)(Reprint)
Rachel Unerased by Kaely Horton (Literary)
Mother's Rules for a Burned Girl by Rebecca Mix (Fantasy)
FXXK Writing: The End of the Gutter by Jason S. Ridler (Article)
(see review)

Kaleidotrope – Winter 2018 by (Kaleidotrope 26 January 2018 / ) - Kaleidotrope – Winter 2018

Table of Contents:
Fiction:
Shadows and Bells by Mari Ness
A Slip in the Slice by Heather Morris
The Fashion of Men by Kat Otis
The Temporary Suicides of Goldfish by Octavia Cade
The Little Duchess by Julia August
Poetry:
Totemic by Jennifer Crow
Batman at the Wheel by Mary Alexander Agner
Report on Incident 3179 by irving
Other:
A Word from the Editor
Horoscopes
(see review)

Lightspeed #92 - January 2018 by (Lightspeed 26 January 2018 / ) - Lightspeed #92 - January 2018

Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:
The Streets of Babel by Adam-Troy Castro
Golubash, Or Wine-Blood-War-Elegy by Catherynne M. Valente (Reprint)
The Eyes of the Flood by Susan Jane Bigelow
Someday by James Patrick Kelly (Reprint)
Fantasy Stories:
Auburn by Joanna Ruocco (Reprint)
The Substance of Our Lives, the Accidents of Our Births by José Pablo Iriarte
Divine Madness by Roger Zelazny (Reprint)
The Court Magician by Sarah Pinsker
Author Spotlights:
Adam-Troy Castro, Susan Jane Bigelow,
José Pablo Iriarte, and Sarah Pinsker
Nonfiction:
Editorial, January 2018 by John Joseph Adams
Book Reviews: January 2018 by Christie Yant
Media Reviews: January 2018 by Christopher East
Interview: Fonda Lee by Christian A. Coleman
Exclusive Paid Content:
Novella: A Thousand Night Till Morning by Will McIntosh
Novel Excerpt: The Night Market by Jonathan Moore
(see review)

Nightmare #64 - January 2018 by (Nightmare 26 January 2018 / ) - Nightmare #64 - January 2018

Table of Contents:
Stories:
A Head in a Box, or, Implications of Consciousness after Decapitation by Lori Selke
The Family by Halli Villegas (Reprint)
The Owner's Guide to Home Repair. Page 238: What to Do About Water Odor by Vincent Michael Zito
Different Angels by Lynda E. Rucker (Reprint)
Author Spotlights:
Lori Selke and Vicent Michael Zito
Nonfiction:
Editorial, January 2018 by John Joseph Adams
The H Word: W is for Witch by Gwendolyn Kiste
Interview: S.P. Miskowski by Lisa Morton
(see review)

Shimmer – Number 41, January 2018 by (Shimmer 27 January 2018 / ) - Shimmer – Number 41, January 2018

Table of Contents:
Editor's Note by E. Catherine Tobler
Black Fanged Theme by Sam Rebelein
Shimmer Interviews: Sam Rebelein
An Incomplete Catalogue of Miraculous Births, or, Secrets of the Uterus Abscondita by Rebecca Campbell
Shimmer Interviews: Rebecca Campbell
Me, Waiting for Me, Hoping for Something More by Dee Warrick
Shimmer Interviews: Dee Warrick
Held by Ian O'Reilly
Shimmer Interviews: Ian O'Reilly

(see review)

Space and Time #130 – Winter 2017 by (Space and Time 30 January 2018 / ) - Space and Time #130 – Winter 2017

Table of Contents:
Fiction:
Long for This World by Esther Scherpenisse
Done, Not Undone by Patricia Russo
The End of the World on the Cutting Room Floor by Fraser Sherman
Conversation, Descending by Richard Dansky
Store in a Dark Place by David Stevens
The Ashen Heart of St. Fain by Dale Carothers
Poetry:
Boat and Rocket by Josh Pearce
Acid Rain by James Kelley
The Secret Months by Michael Tughendhat
Ancestor by Jodi Hathaway
Famine is a Dream by Jamal Hodge
The Night We Killed the Werewolf by Frederick Stansfield
What is Learned on Halloween by Samuel Minier
Nonfiction:
Editor's Geeble by Hildy Silverman
Take Two on the Movies: A Critic Recants by Daniel M. Kimmel
Author Self-Portrait Daniel Braum by Daniel Braum
Word Ninja by Linda A. Addison
(see review)

The Dark - Issue 33, January 2017 by (The Dark 26 January 2018 / ) - The Dark - Issue 33, January 2017

Table of Contents:
Editorial
Stories:
Molting Season by J.B. Park
Harvest Song, Gathering Song by A.C. Wise (reprint)
He Dies Where I Die by Michael Harris Cohen
My Sister's Omen by Kristi DeMeester (reprint)
(see review)

Weirdbook #36 by (Wildside Press 26 January 2018 / $12.00 / $3.03) - Weirdbook #36

Table of Contents:
From the Editor's Tower by Doug Draa
Fiction:
Burn on the Bayou by L.F. Falconer
The Mumbler by Gillian French
Cleric at Sentinel Hill by Franklyn Searight
Whores and Criminals by Dean Macallister
The Quiet on the Water by C.C. Adams
The Haggard Brothers Go to Town by James Pratt
The Awakening by Megan Neumann
Dead Line by D.C. Lozar
The Waterman's Song by MB Vigil
Maleficium by Kelly Gould
The Green Dome by Joe DiCicco
We Who Walk on Worlds by Matt Sullivan
Insect Song by William Tea
The Harvest Moon Festival by Gigi Eng
Like Falling Snow by W.D. Clifton
The Oldest Story by S.L. Edwards
Geronimo Versus Frankenstein by Neal Privett
The Black-and-White Dozen by Chris Kuriata
Omzetten by C.M. Muller
Vandegald's Globes by Jeremy Hayes
Poetry:
The Horde by Chad Hensley
Beneath the Roads by John Joe Lopez
Let Them Have Dominion by Oliver Smith
Krysten by Clay F. Johnson
The Chimera by Chad Hensley
Stranded in Louisiana by Chad Hensley
Cryptid Shindig by Richard Stevenson
Guardians of the Seven Gates by Chad Hensley
Great Old Ones by Darrell Schweitzer
Art:
H.Witte/Fotolia - Front Cover
Interior and Back Cover Art - Alan Koslowski
(see review)

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