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30 Mar 2021
I wanted this issue to be an opening invitation, an opportunity to introduce and gather people, for us to find each other and hold up mirrors. I wanted work that might surprise and delight palestinian readers first, in palestine and beyond, and trouble a flattened or limited notion of palestinian experience.
1 Dec 2020
A toda la gente lectora: esperamos que disfruten mucho este especial de México de Strange Horizons. To all readers: we hope you enjoy this special issue from Mexico by Strange Horizons.
31 Aug 2020
From Delhi to London, Baltimore to Singapore, we’ll probably never all sit down in the same room, but we’re united by a broad and consistently interrogated vision of SF.
2 Jun 2020
Our editors have seen a massive increase in submissions from writers since the Covid-19 crisis, and we want to be able to read and publish that work.
20 Apr 2020
Strange Horizons is expanding!
30 Mar 2020
The Strange Horizons team presents new speculations with climate at its heart.
9 Mar 2020
Hugo nominations close on March 13, so we’re popping in to share our eligible work from 2019
2 Mar 2020
Based on your clicking habits, dear readers, here is a reminder of what you paid the most attention to in 2019 from the SH nonfiction team.
29 Jan 2020
Voting for the first round of the 2019 British Science Fiction Association Awards closes on January 31st, and we have three pieces on this year's longlist! We’re delighted to present the following nominees for your consideration: Nominated for Best Shorter Fiction:  2086, by TK Lê Nominated for Best Non-Fiction: Variations on a Name: The -Punks of Our Times, by Jaymee Goh “Post” for Whom? Examining the Socioeconomics of a Post-Apocalypse, by Suyi Davies Okungbowa You can check out the entire longlist here, and if you are a BSFA member, you can vote for your favorite pieces of 2019!  Congratulations and best of luck to all the talented nominees!
Strange Horizons
2 Apr 2019
Thank you so much for supporting the magazine and believing in our words and worlds, strange and true
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