24 February 2014
For this special issue of Strange Horizons, our three poetry editors set out to describe their visions for speculative poetry. This is where they ended up.
27 January 2014
Given the richness of fantasy writing, why begin with borders? Because they symbolise one of fantasy's central tropes, the idea of a crossing.
25 November 2013
"English is a global language because of colonialism. How is it ironic to address postcolonial issues in English–a language of oppression and resistance, of loss and survival–a postcolonial language?"
28 October 2013
"It seemed to me that in poetry I would be able to bring together the yearning for the out-of-the-ordinary, and my personal baggage—small town, Jewish lore and Hebrew language. For me the affinity between speculative writing and poetry is a fact of writing."
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