Table of Contents | 5 Dec 2016
I kill ships. Read a tagwisp on the EDNA strand that specifies my function and it would be just that, short but precise.
Your scars form marks along your torso, cut right under the left nipple and over towards your right.
Slow food is all the rage with hipsters today, so why not slow illustration?
By: Tom Hadrava
Podcast read by: Anaea Lay
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Tom Hadrava's "The Thanatos Mode."
Apart from some noises and flashing lights, the spaceship is a prop in what is otherwise a family drama. This is a book about what happens on Earth.
What marks all three books is how deliberately they fuzzify their boundaries, be they generic, ethnic, or political.
Gladstone writes with a distinctive narrative flair that feels both emblematic of and appropriate to a setting where the trappings of the modern world—skyscrapers, business suits, coffee shops, offices, law firms— exist alongside deathless kings and ritual sacrifice, nightmare telegraphs and Craft magic.
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