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.
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.
Strange Horizons will publish a special issue in mid-2018 focused on the work of writers who are black, indigenous, and/or people of color from the Southeastern USA. It will be edited by Sheree Renée Thomas and we're inviting applications for a co-editor!
This is a quick roundup of all the original fiction published by Strange Horizons in 2017: three novelettes and 35 short stories, including three translations. If you’re reading and nominating for awards this year, these stories are all eligible! And if not, you should read them purely because they are amazing and we’re very proud of all of them.
Strange Horizons is a weekly magazine of and about speculative fiction. We publish fiction, poetry, reviews, essays, interviews, and art. For more information, see our about page. All material in Strange Horizons is copyrighted to the original authors and may not be reproduced without permission.