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In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents poetry from the August issues of Strange Horizons.



Holly Lyn Walrath is a writer of poetry and short fiction. Her work has appeared in Luna Station Quarterly, Liminality, Mithila Review, and other places. Her poetry was nominated for an SFPA Rhysling Award. She is a freelance editor, contract editor with Writership.com, and volunteer with Writespace, a nonprofit literary center in Houston, Texas. She currently resides in Seabrook, Texas. Find her on Twitter @hollylynwalrath or at hlwalrath.com.
Gwynne Garfinkle lives in Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in such publications as Uncanny, Lackington’s, The Cascadia Subduction Zone, and Not One of Us. Her collection of short fiction and poetry, People Change, is forthcoming in October from Aqueduct Press.
Lora Gray is a nonbinary speculative fiction writer and poet from Northeast Ohio. They have been published in F&SF, Uncanny, and Asimov’s, among other places, and their poetry has been nominated for the Rhysling Award. You can find Lora online at lora-gray.com.
Elizabeth P. Glixman is a poet, artist and writer. Her written work captures the humor and the strangeness of modern culture as well as the fluid world of personal emotions. She is the author of four poetry chapbooks. Elizabeth is an assistant editor at FRiGG magazine.
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