Table of Contents | 26 September 2016
Terraforming narratives incorporate reflections on sustainability and, further, lead us to reflect on the meaning of nature, culture and the environment in ways that prompt us to begin the first steps to reconceptualising our relationship to a nature that has interlocking global and local implications and effects.
Many of us, as writers of the fantastic, begin with (and return to, again and again) the skin.
By partnering twice a year with  sub-Q , SH will bring new eyeballs to interactive fiction, new voices to its pages, and emotional, unforgettable, revolutionary stories to your screen.
i am not interested in homosexuality. / there should have been a warning.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents poetry from the September issues.
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