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Supersonic Magazine

The latest Supersonic Magazine has a lot of great fiction, reviews and articles – as do all of the issues! But this one is especially awesome for me as my version of Little Red Riding Hood, “Red Skein”, has been translated
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Over at Tor.com: Five Mosaic Novels You Should Read

Art from Lavie Tidhar's Central Station

Art from Lavie Tidhar’s Central Station

Yay, my PhD didn’t entirely go to waste coz I got to write this article for Tor.com!

Five Mosaic Novels You Should Read

A mosaic novel, you say? What’s that when it’s at home?
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The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror: 2015 Edition

YBDFH2015-600mock1Utterly delighted to have my fourth outing in Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, this time in the 2015 Edition (Prime Books) – and to share it with Lisa Hannett in her first appearance there makes it even more
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In which there are critters …

Over at Shared Worlds, a group of us were give the chance to ‘choose our critter’ and write a little history for it. I made up Cloud-Bibbles, Lavie Tidhar introduces the world to Zoltar and Neil Gaiman’s Shadder is standing
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Send Charles Tan Away!

A World SF travel fund has been set up by awesome folk such as Lavie Tidhar and Cheryl Morgan to send one person per year to a major SF event. This year the inaugural recipient will be the
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Reason #412 to go to Aussiecon4

There are many reasons to go to Worldcon in Melbourne this September, one of them is that Zeno Literary Agency will be there, looking for unagented authors of the Australian and New Zealandish persuasion only.

Submissions Open for Authors Attending This Year’s Worldcon…

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And over in the blue corner …

The awesome Charles Tan interviews the equally awesome Aliette de Bodard … this is from a series of interviews featuring the contributors of The Apex Book of World SF edited by Lavie Tidhar. Filled with readish goodness …

Hi Aliette! Thanks for agreeing to do the interview. First off, how did you first become acquainted with speculative fiction?

In a stealthy way, mostly.
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