Table of Contents | 28 July 2014
The current president of the Science Fiction Poetry Association and longtime editor of Dreams & Nightmares weighs in on the current state of speculative poetry and whether we'll still be writing poems in 500 years.
Recently, I completed the third and last iteration of Coverage of Women on SFF Blogs project that I began in 2011.
It's said she gave birth to the pigs but she couldn't because her husband didn't die until she became a witch until the sea
The Worldcon returns to the UK this year. It seems an apt moment, therefore, to ask: what has changed in the years since 2005, and what is happening in British SF today?
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents poetry from the issues.
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