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29 Jan 2024
Strange Horizons is looking to add an additional social media editor and accessibility editor to our editorial collective. These roles will entail working in tandem with our existing social media and accessibility editors. 
29 Jan 2024
In 2024, introducing this special issue, is it enough just to say, “We still believe this”?
31 Dec 2023
We wish all our readers a 2024 that brings justice and peace a little bit closer, and look forward to our shared task of finding the words that are meet for that task. 
30 Oct 2023
an introduction to the Caribbean SFF Special Issue
30 Oct 2023
an introduction to the Caribbean SFF Special Issue
31 Jul 2023
An issue about agency, luck, vegetables, gods, bodies, and aliens.
10 Jun 2023
For twenty-three years, Strange Horizons has brought you challenging, beautiful work from new and diverse voices. It is the community’s zine, and always will be. Let’s shine together for another year. Help us by donating today.
29 May 2023
We are touched and encouraged to see an overwhelming response from writers from the Sino diaspora as well as BIPOC creators in various parts of the world. And such diverse and daring takes of wuxia and xianxia, from contemporary to the far reaches of space!
30 Jan 2023
In January 2022, the reviews department at Strange Horizons, led at the time by Maureen Kincaid Speller, published our first special issue with a focus on SF criticism. We were incredibly proud of this issue, and heartened by how many people seemed to feel, with us, that criticism of the kind we publish was important; that it was creative, transformative, worthwhile. We’d been editing the reviews section for a few years at this point, and the process of putting together this special, and the reception it got, felt like a kind of renewal—a reminder of why we cared so much. In the couple of months that followed, we made grand plans for future projects, and even started a podcast.
26 Sep 2022
Would a Teixcalaanli aristocrat look up at the sky, think of Lsel Station, and wonder—with Auden—"what doubtful act allows/ Our freedom in this English house/ our picnics in the sun"?
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