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Fantasy Magazine #59 - December 2015
Edited by Christopher Barzak
Cover Artist: Priscilla Kim
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy Magazine eMagazine  
Date: 29 December 2015

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Fantasy Magazine returns for its 59th issue, a special Queers Destroy Fantasy issue, edited by Christopher Barzak, Liz Gorinsky, and Matthew Cheney. It features stories by Austin Bunn, Catherynne M. Valente, Kai Ashante Wilson, and Shweta Narayan, along with other features.

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Fantasy Magazine #59- December 2015
Queers Destroy Fantasy Special Issue

Table of Contents:
Ledge by Austin Bunn (Reprint)
The Lily and the Horn by Catherynne M. Valente (Original)
Kaiju maximus®: "So Various, So Beautiful, So New" by Kai Ashante Wilson (Original)
The Padishah Begum's Reflections by Shweta Narayan (Reprint)
Notes from the Editors by Christopher Barzak, Liz Gorinsky, and Matthew Cheney
The Sleepover Manifesto by Merritt Kopas
Interview: Hal Duncan by Matthew Cheney
Artist Spotlight: Priscilla Kim by Matthew Cheney
Also in this issue:
The following content is exclusive to the paid edition of Women Destroy Fantasy!, which is available for just $2.99 (ebook) or $12.99 (trade paperback).
Original Fiction by Carlea Holl-Jensen ("The Lady's Maid") and Richard Bowes ("The Dutchess and the Ghost"), plus reprints by Nicola Griffith ("Down the Path of the Sun") and Caitlín R. Kiernan ("The Sea Troll's Daughter"). Also, we have additional nonfiction features by Keguro Macharia ("False Starts"), Ekaterina Sedia ("Retrofuturism and Agendered Fashion: What Will We Wear?"), Mary Anne Mohanraj ("Eggplant and Unicorns"), and Ellen Kushner ("Girls on Boys on Boys").

(Source: Fantasy Magazine)

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