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Cristina Diamant is a PhD candidate at Babeș-Bolyai University. She is currently acting as co-director of the London Science Fiction Research Community, helping organise reading groups, workshops, and conferences, while her work as a trade union representative with the Independent Workers Union enables her to represent Romanian and Moldovan immigrant workers. Her research interests include gender studies, labour rights, media studies, monster studies, pop culture, and posthuman studies, especially in the context of investigating various representations of otherness. Contact Cristina via Twitter at @MsCrisDiamant.

Current Issue
20 Mar 2023

Strange Horizons will be open to fiction submissions on April 26th, 2023, at 9 a.m. UTC! To keep our response times manageable and submission windows more frequent, there will be a 1,000-story cap on submissions.
It started with a bit of music, something no one else was even listening to.
My father’s favorite nebula, Lemon Slice, is named after his favorite dessert.
The Police are dancing under the red lights / without their heads
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Issue 30 Jan 2023
By: Catherine Rockwood
By: Romie Stott
Podcast read by: Ciro Faienza
Podcast read by: Catherine Rockwood
Podcast read by: Romie Stott
Podcast read by: Maureen Kincaid Speller
Issue 23 Jan 2023
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Strange Horizons
2 Jan 2023
Welcome, fellow walkers of the jianghu.
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