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Elia Barceló (Elda, Alicante, 1957) began to write SF in 1981 and is considered to be one of the most important Spanish-language authors of SF. She has won the Ignotus and the UPC Prizes, and was awarded the Premio Gabriel in 2007, for a lifetime's achievement in the genre in Spain. Her novella Mil euros por tu vida (A Thousand Euros for Your Life) was made into the film Transfer by the German-Croatian director Damir Lukacevic. She has published twenty-seven books and over fifty short stories, and her work is translated into eighteen languages.

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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
Monday: Full Immersion by Gemma Amor 
Wednesday: Locklands by Robert Jackson Bennett 
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