"There's a strong stereotype that being asexual means a person is incapable of emotion and unable to have any sort of meaningful relationship with others. I'd say they're presented like robots, except that science fiction robots often have more emotion and can discover themselves without sex."
"I think part of this text being embodied is that it luxuriates in its language. At the same time, one of the consistent themes that I see is sinking into the flesh/affective/feeling is both pleasurable and has unforeseen consequences."
To watch the trailer for Gods of Egypt is to be that person in a horror movie standing by as their travel companions wander off to investigate those strange noises all alone.
Princess, they say: find her in the garden of bone, / feeding hearts to the soil. Say: she belongs to the dark.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents poetry from the December issues.
There was a girl who died every morning, and it would not have been a problem except that she kept bees.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents T. Kingfisher's "Telling the Bees."