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Apex Magazine Issue 94, March 2017 by (Apex Magazine 25 March 2017 / ) - Apex Magazine Issue 94, March 2017

Table of Contents:
Words From the Editor-in-Chief by Jason Sizemore
Luminaria by John Hornor Jacobs (original story)
Waste by Mary Elizabeth Burroughs (original story)
Jesus Christ, Reanimator by Ken MacLeod (reprint)
Paperclips and Memories and Things That Won't Be Missed by Caroline Yaochim (reprint)
Interview with Author John Hornor Jacobs by Andrea Johnson
Books Worth Your Time by Apex Staff
Interview with Cover Artist Caroline Jamhour by Russell Dickerson
Words for Thought: Short Fiction Review by A.C. Wise
(see review)

Clarkesworld 126 - March 2017 by (Clarkesworld 25 March 2017 / ) - Clarkesworld 126 - March 2017

Table of Contents
Two Ways of Living by Robert Reed
Real Ghosts by J.B. Park
Waiting Out the End of the World in Patty's Place Cafe by Naomi Kritzer
Crown of Thorns by Octavia Cade
Goodnight, Melancholy by Xia Jia (translated by Ken Liu)
The Discovered Country by Ian R. MacLeod (Reprint)
At the Cross-Time Jaunter's Ball by Alexander Jablokov (Reprint)
SF Short Fiction Markets in China: An Overview of 2016 by Feng Zhang
Howling at the Lunar Landscape: A Conversation with Ian McDonald by Chris Urie
Another Word: Reading for Pleasure by Cat Rambo
Editor's Desk: Recognizing 2016 by Neil Clarke
Two Ways of Living by Robert Reed, read by Kate Baker
Real Ghosts by J.B. Park, read by Kate Baker
Waiting Out the End of the World in Patty's Place Cafe by Naomi Kritzer, read by Kate Baker
Jungle Deep by Sergei Sarichev
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online March 2017 by (Flash Fiction Online 29 March 2017 / ) - Flash Fiction Online March 2017

Table of Contents:
Flash Fiction Online 2016 Anthology Volume II: Fantasy Available Now by Anna Yeats
Editorial - Soul-Satisfying Bite Of... by Suzanne Vincent
The Girl Who's Going to Survive Your Horror Movie by Barbara A. Barnett (Horror)
Dos and Don'ts by Paul DesCombaz (Horror)
To Comfort the Headless Child by Matthew F. Amati (Horror)
The Yankee at the Sitting-Up by Clayton Kroh (Horror)(Reprint)
FXXK Writing: The Gutters IV, In Memoriam by Jason S. Ridler (Article)
(see review)

Galaxy's Edge Magazine: Issue 25, March 2017 by (Galaxy's Edge 20 February 2017 / $6.99) - Galaxy's Edge #25 - March 2017

The Editor's Word
Bragging Rites by Samantha Murray
The Tragedy of the Dead is That They Cannot Cry by Sunil Patel
The Loyal Order of Beasts by Kay Kenyon
You Can Always Change The Past by George Nikolopoulos
It Takes a Special-Special Person by Andrea G. Stewart
Locked Room by Kevin J. Anderson
Golf to the Death by Alex Shvartsman
My Monster Can Beat Up Your Monster by Brennan Harvey
The Observer by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Your Grief is Important to Us by Yaroslav Barsukov
Do Not Call Me Bento by Tina Gower
In The Group by Robert Silverberg
Mike Resnick by Joy Ward
Double Star (Part 2) Heinlein's First Hugo Winner by Robert A. Heinlein
From the Heart's Basement by Barry N. Malzberg
Science Column by Gregory Benford
Recommended Books by Bill Fawcett & Jody Lynn Nye
(see review)

Lightspeed #82 - March 2017 by (Lightspeed 28 March 2017 / ) - Lightspeed #82 - March 2017

Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:
The Worldless by Indrapramit Das (Original)
Death Every Seventy-Two Minutes by Adam-Troy Castro (Original)
Come-from-Always by Julian Mortimer Smith (Reprint)
Fantasy Stories:
Phantom Pain by Eileen Gunn (Reprint)
The Debt of the Innocent by Rachel Swirskey (Reprint)
The Stone Lover by Marta Randall (Original)
La Peau Verte by Caitlin R. Kiernan (Reprint)
Soccer Fields and Frozen Lakes by Greg Kurzawa (Original)
Author Spotlights:
Rachel Swirskey, Indrapramit Das, Julian Mortimer Smith,
Marta Randall, Eileen Gunn, Greg Kurzawa, Caitlin R. Kiernan
Editorial, March 2017 by John Joseph Adams
TV Review: March 2017 by Joseph Allen Hill
Book Reviews: March 2017 by Amal El-Mohtar
Interview: Nnedi Okorafor by Christian A. Coleman
Exclusive Paid Content:
Novella: Proving the Rule by Holly Phillips
Novel Excerpt: Orbital Cloud by Taiyo Fujii
Author Spotlight: Holly Phillips by Robyn Lupo
(see review)

Nightmare #54 - March 2017 by (Nightmare 28 March 2017 / ) - Nightmare #54- March 2017

Table of Contents:
Things Crumble, Things Break by Nate Southard (Original)
Alice through the Plastic Sheet by Robert Shearman (Reprint)
You Will Always Have Family: A Triptych by Kathleen Kayembe (Original)
Seven Minutes in Heaven by Nadia Bulkin (Reprint)
Author Spotlights:
Nate Southard, Robert Shearman, Kathleen Kayembe,
Nadia Bulkin
Editorial, March 2017 by John Joseph Adams
The H Word: Sadako, Mitsuko, and Sleep Paralysis by Rios de la Luiz
Interview: Norman Prentiss by Lisa Morton
(see review)

Shimmer Number 36, March 2017 by (Shimmer 30 March 2017 / ) - Shimmer - Number 36, March 2017

Table of Contents:
Editor's Note by E. Catherine Tobler
Birds on an Island by Charlie Bookout
Shimmer Interviews: Charlie Bookout
The Cold Lonely Waters by Aimee Ogden
Shimmer Interviews: Aimee Ogden
Extinctions by Lina Rather
Shimmer Interviews: Lina Rather
And In That Sheltered Sea, a Colossus by Michael Matheson
Shimmer Interviews: Michael Matheson
Front Cover: Illustration, Sandro Castelli
Interviews, Lindsay Thomas, Suzan Palumbo, E. Catherine Tobler Marchand
(see review)

The Dark - Issue 23, April 2017 by (The Dark 30 March 2017 / ) - The Dark - Issue 23, April 2017

Table of Contents:
The Name, Blurry and Incomplete in His Mind by Erica Mosley
The Witch Moth by Bruce McAllister (reprint)
The Language of Endings by Kristi DeMeester
In Syllables of Elder Seas by Lisa L. Hannett (reprint)
Cover art Aleksandra Grahovac. (see review)

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