17 October 2016

 

FICTION: The Witch's Knives, by Margaret Ronald

I am here to rescue my husband, she rehearsed in her head, trying to ignore how the red sap trickled through her hair and how the railroad ties sank and splintered underfoot. I am here to break your curse.

FICTION: Podcast: The Witch's Knives, by Margaret Ronald, read by Anaea Lay

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Margaret Ronald's "The Witch's Knives."

ARTICLE: Artist Interview: Aud Koch, by Tory Hoke

I often say that art is simply a language: it doesn’t mean anything if you don’t have anything to say with it.

POETRY: Their Song, by E. P. Beaumont

Snatch, from the hands of those who lived through it, / the experience of apocalypse

COLUMN: Scores, by John Clute

...nor will any novel or other form of scrying ever fully succeed to address realities which must become uncanny (which is to say revenant) before we can begin to tell their claims on us.

REVIEW: This Week's Reviews

Monday: Killjoys Season 2, reviewed by Marina Berlin
Wednesday: The Familiar Volume 2: Into the Forest and The Familiar Volume 3: Honeysuckle & Pain, by Mark Z. Danielewski, reviewed by Benjamin Gabriel
Friday: The Regional Office is Under Attack! by Manuel Gonzales, reviewed by Karen Munro