In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Margaret Ronald's "The Witch's Knives."
Snatch, from the hands of those who lived through it, / the experience of apocalypse
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...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.
In its recently completed second season, however, Killjoy mostly rested on its laurels, abandoning a lot of the subversive attitude that made the show worth watching.
(Spoiler: middle managers don’t fare well in a showdown between super-powered assassins.)
Reading through genre provides a frame. Both Danielewski's fans do and his professional critics consider his work as a particularly intricate key with eyes toward a potential lock; the frame, instead, allows us to situate it on a keyring, and go from there.
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.