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20 Oct 2018
Copy editing positions have been filled. Thank you! Strange Horizons is on the hunt for a few new volunteers to add to our copy editing team. These folks share the responsibility for polishing the magazine’s content before publication by catching typos, fixing funky sentence structure, and applying our house style guide. If that sounds like something that interests you, read on. Responsibilities Read through pieces before publication and check spelling, grammar, punctuation, formatting, consistency, etc.; enforce Strange Horizons house style; note your suggested changes and queries for department editors to address. Requirements Ability to work well with others in an online setting and use WordPress and Slack.
12 Oct 2018
We've just hit our first fundraising milestone at $3,000!
8 Oct 2018
I always feel like there should be a fanfare at this point. Can we get a fanfare?
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.
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23 Apr 2018
The shortlists for the second annual Nommo Awards for Speculative Fiction by Africans have been announced. The Awards in the four categories of Novel, Novella, Short Story and Graphic Novel/Comics are shortlisted by the Members of the African Speculative Fiction Society, a body of published writers, artists or editors associated with speculative fiction who are Africans. Over the next three months, the members will vote for the winners in each category from these shortlists. The winners will be announced at the Ake Literary Festival to be held in Abeokuta, Nigeria in October. The shortlists for 2018 are: Best Novel Gavin Chait Our Memory Like Dust Masha du Toit The Real Deon Meyer Fever Tochi Onyebuchi Beasts Made of Night Deji Olokotun After the Flare Nnedi Okorafor Akata Warrior   Best Novella Nnedi Okorafor Binti:Home Sofia Samatar Fallow Tade Thompson The Murders of Molly Southbourne   Best Short Story Nerine Dorman ‘On the Other Side of the Sea’ Sibongile Fisher ‘A Door Ajar’ Chinelo Onwualu ‘Read Before Use’ Henrietta Rose-Innes ‘Snake Story’ Wole Talabi ‘The Regression Test’ (First published by The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)   Best Graphic novel Eru Writers and artists Tobe Ezeogu, Ozo Ezeogu Hero Kakere Writer and artist”Tobe Ezeogu, Artist Kelechi Issac, Ireti Bidemi Michael Balogun and Adeleye Yusuf Lake of Tears Writer Kwabena Ofei, Artiist Setor Fiadzigbey Guardian Prime Genesis Written by Wale Awelenje, Art Jide Martin Quest and the Sign of the Shining Beast Writer Robert S Malan, Artist John Cockshaw
23 Apr 2018
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