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20 Jan 2017
Post-apocalyptic dystopias are all the rage with contemporary British writers this year. Go into any bookshop and you will spot at least one: perhaps Jim Crace's The Pesthouse (Picador) or Sarah Hall's The Carhullan Army (Faber and Faber) or, most likely of all, Jeanette Winterson's new novel, The Stone Gods (Hamish Hamilton).
18 Jan 2017
Strange Horizons is excited to present to you 100 African Writers of SFF, a series that will run through 2017, and beyond.
18 Jan 2017
Human beings need a challenge. If they've got nothing to do, they crack up. This is not a new idea, particularly among the brave new worlds of dystopian science fiction.
16 Jan 2017
Resistance is struggle. The struggle can be physical or emotional or ideological, but there is always something for individuals in collective resistance movements to have to reckon with.
Strange Horizons
16 Jan 2017
Five Years Ago: a story by Alberto Yáñez, a poem by Tony Grist, and Aishwarya Subramanian on Cloud Permutations.

Ten Years Ago: a story by Sara Genge, a column from James Schellenberg, poetry by Duane Ackerson, and Dan Hartland on Battlestar Galactica.

Fifteen Years Ago: a story by Douglas Lain, an article by Dan Derby, poetry by Sandra J. Lindow, and Paul R. F. Schumacher reviewing Myth-ion Improbable.
Strange Horizons
16 Jan 2017
Like all our issues, we hope that this week offers a sense of community, and that you may find some courage or inspiration in the stories and ideas it includes.
16 Jan 2017
I'm not the target audience for Douglas Lain's Deserts of Fire. There are many reasons for this. As a book, it takes the United States for its centre and its history is drawn from the same context; consequently, its attempt at intervention in these narratives is also drawn from this context.
16 Jan 2017
I'm blessed to come from a line of healers, artist, educators, entrepreneurs, and ancestral alchemists.
13 Jan 2017
Perhaps Bennett never stopped writing about America when he began City of Stairs.
11 Jan 2017
What kind of movie could one make of a story where a person decides to accept that they will live a life full of joy and pain, beforehand?
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16 Jan 2017

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