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The Dark Son uGovernment control that has given me a new nightmare Plant Children by Jessica Yang a sensitively written romance about plants and family Nothing is Pixels Here by KM Szpara a story about hard choices Two by Two by Tim Susman a story about the end of the world and how we might face it and who we will face it with Melioration by E Saxey about the power of words Helping Hand by Claudine Griggs an astronaut survival story Bucket LIst Found in the Locker of Maddie Price Age 14 Written Two Weeks Before the Great Uplifting of All Mankind by Erica L Satifka exactly what the title says but sad and beautiful I love the conceit of telling a story through a found piece of ephemera A Brief History of Whaling with Remarks Upon Ancient Practices by Gabby Reed exactly what the title says but also sad and beautiful In the Dawns Between Hours by Sarah Pinsker about why or why not and when tose a time machine if you can Letter From an Artist to a Thousand Future Versions of Her Wife by JY Yang another story that is exactly what the title says but also sad and beautiful If you can t tell sad and beautiful are two of my favorite attributes in short fiction
and I m also a sucker for clinically descriptive titles CyberFruit Swamp by Raven Kaldera definitely the most graphically I m also a sucker for clinically descriptive titles CyberFruit Swamp by Raven Kaldera definitely the most graphically I m also a sucker for clinically descriptive titles CyberFruit Swamp by Raven Kaldera definitely the most graphically story in the collection and be sure to read the author spotlight on Raven Kaldera The Sound of His Wings by Rand B Lee and O Happy Day by Geoff Ryman Both of these stories deal with obvious Nazi metaphors and totalitarian futures but with vastly different approaches and two very different ways of integrating eerness into the narrative In nonfiction aside from the truly wonderful personal essays there s integrating eerness into the narrative In nonfiction aside from the truly wonderful personal essays there s a nice piece on Robert A Heinlein s influence and an excellent interview with David Gerrold This however leads to my only real complaint about the issue which is that the David Gerrold interview is extremely poorly formatted I thought it might just be the epub version of the magazine but it appears that the online version of the interview is similarly difficult to read because with no Famous Paintings In Cross Stitch uotation marks italics or blockoting it s hard to tell what parts of it are David Gerrold s statements and what parts are Mark Oshiro s commentaryAt just 399 Hands-On Functional Programming in Rust: Build modular and reactive applications with functional programming techniques in Rust 2018 ueers Destroy Science Fiction is a great value and I highly recommend purchasing iteers Destroy Horror a special issue of Nightmare will be out in October followed by a Web Penetration Testing with Kali Linux - Third Edition: Explore the methods and tools of ethical hacking with Kali Linux ueers Destroy Fantasy issue of Fantasy Magazine in December And in 2016 Lightspeed will be doing POC Destroy Science Fiction with guest editor Nalo Hopkinson 45 stars notite as amazing as Lightspeed s Women Destroy Science Fiction but only by a hair Some of my favorites of the original fiction John Chu s Influence Isolated Make Peace and Amal El Mohtar s Madeleine From the Flash Fiction Rubbing is Racing by Charles Payseur Helping Hand by Claudine Griggs and Sarah Pinsker s In the Dawns Between Hours. Chley Felicia Davin Rose Lemberg Jessica Yang KM Szpara Amal El Mohtar Tim Susman and Susan Jane Bigelow Plus we have original flash fiction from E Saxey Charles Payseur Claudine Griggs Stephen Cox Eliza Gauger Erica L Satifka Gabrielle Friesen Gabby Reed Shannon Peavey Sarah Pinsker Bogi Takács and JY Yang and reprints by RJ Edwards AMJ Hudson Raven Kaldera Rand B Lee and Geoff Ryman All that and we also have our Crystal Reports .NET Programming usual assortment of author and artist spotlights along with our latest book review column and an assortment of nonfiction features plus than twenty personal essays from writers about their experiences beingeer reading and writing science fictio. ,
E CSA Confederate States of Americapg 145 author bio pg 157 Susan Jane Bigelow trans women author local to Northern CT TBC libertarianFlash Fiction Sectionpg 167 168 Helping Hand by Claudia Griggs interesting space opera esue pg 172 bio Writing Center Director at Rhode Island College and writes on transsexuals TBCpg 173 The Lamb Chop by Stephen Cox interesting alien transgressive love between 2 eer dudes since once is alien and one is not aliens control earthpg 177 biopg 178 Mama by Eliza Gauger beautiful prose strange flash fictionpg 180 Bucket List By Erica Bucket List by Erica Satifka concept bucket list before the singularity bi women with gender eer spousepg 189 author bio of Gabby Reed didn t particularly like their story in the anthology but nevertheless seems intriguing Bonsái ueer bisexual Filpin American writer poetry story in Beyond theeer Sci Fi Fantasy Comic Anthology which I really must readpg 194 In the Dawn Between Hours by Sarah Pinsker sweet romantic time travel story with lesbianspg 197 author bio lives in Baltipg 198 Increasing Police Viability by Bogi Tak cs interesting take on security apparatus pg 201Bayes Theorem pg 201 author bio poetry writerReprint Fictionpg 215 blog A Want of Kindness ueer Book Clubpg 215 podcast HARK A Holiday Music Podcastpg 215 webcomic Riot Nrddpg 216 Red Run by AMJ Hudson life switchingpg 227 author bio track down her piece Motherlandpg She wonders at how change comes in like a thief in the night dismantling our sense of self one bolt and screw at a timentil all that s left of the person we think we are is a broken door hanging off a rusty hinge waiting for s to walk through I can t help but nod at how true this statement is Dealing with change is something we constantly batt Read the original review at SF BluestockingLast year Lightspeed invited women to destroy SF this year the LGBT community gets their turn It to destroy SF this year the LGBT community gets their turn It glorious and it kicked off this month with a massive special issue of LightspeedAt over 500 pages according to my epub of it eers Destroy Science Fiction is a weighty piece of work and it s clear that it s been conceived and crafted with deep caring and exuisite attention to its purpose Most importantly a real and successful effort was made to be inclusive of the entire UILTBAG acronym and the than two dozen personal essays included in the issue are must read content for this reason If you re not JAPAN 1/1M3. ueer they offer a great variety of different perspectives to learn from if you areeer there s a multitude of stories to identify with Either way if you have a soul something here will speak to youThe fiction included is well chosen which is characteristic of the publication in general and there is a good mix of work included My favorites in no particular order except the one I read them in Trickier With Each Translation by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam a bit of a time traveling super hero love story The Tip of the Tongue by Felicia Davin a story about reading and. E point of this magazine is that science fiction is vast It is inclusive Science fiction is about people and Hechizos de amor ueer people no matter how they identify Gay lesbian bisexual demisexual asexual pansexual intersex transgender genderfluid genderueer anyone who fits within the UILTBAG are a big part of that They always have been They're just sometimes harder to see So in the interests of visibility and breaking stuffeers Destroy Science Fiction will show you just how wide the spectrum of sexuality and gender identity can really be This special all eer issue features original science fiction short stories from John Chu Kate M Galey Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam Chaz Bren.