Table of Contents | 13 April 2015
It is not true that a lizard's tail, left behind in the marquesa's garden, will always grant three wishes.
Recently, The Guardian did a column with a headline that said, “2014: The Year that Science Fiction Woke Up to Diversity.” The column goes on to argue that last year was when SF finally discovered women and people of color (PoC) and produced books about gender issues.
You see, kids, / I swapped out your mom / for a hot automaton who won't talk back.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Daniel Ausema's "Among the Sighs of the Violoncellos."
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