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31 Jul 2018
I’ve always heard that a place is the people you meet. True words, but after co-editing this issue of Strange Horizons, I know truer ones: a place is the stories you tell.
30 Jul 2018
It seems to me a sacred duty to be trusted by writers—established or emerging or still incubating— with their sweet, sharp, and strange work.
30 Jul 2018
When someone says that a name, a word, or an idea is on the tip of their tongue, what they mean is that they have entered that strange space between memory and forgetting.
28 May 2018
Writers often seem to think that editors laugh as they reject stories and have an adversarial relationship to the slush, but really, we want stories to be amazing.
30 Apr 2018
This week, Strange Horizons is thrilled to present a special issue showcasing recent work by and about science fiction and fantasy writers from India.
23 Apr 2018
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16 Apr 2018
I am excited and honored to welcome not one but two talented co-editors who will be working with me on the guest-edited Southeastern USA special issue of Strange Horizons. These writers are both rooted in the South and gifted with a keen eye and passion for works that move imaginations and fill readers with a sense of wonder. With editorial experience in the speculative fiction field as well as an organizing background in the literary community, these writers will bring great insight and care to our work at hand—to find great stories and poems from black, indigenous, and other writers of color from the Southeast for you to enjoy.
3 Apr 2018
We are now accepting fiction submissions for our Southeastern USA Special issue, guest edited by Sheree Renée Thomas. This will be a special issue of Strange Horizons published at the end of July 2018, and it will focus on the work of writers who are black, indigenous, and/or people of color from the Southeastern USA.
2 Apr 2018
You have kept us funded, submitted writing to us, edited for us, voted for us, and cheered us on. Thank you so much.
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20 Feb 2018
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