John Joseph Adams has posted the cover and table of contents for his upcoming military fantasy anthology Operation Arcana:

Here’s the book description:

High fantasy, contemporary and urban fantasy, and fantasy action and adventure all set in a military vein by top authors including Jonathan Maberry, Tobias Buckell, Elizabeth Moon, Tanya Huff, Glen Cook, Simon R. Green, Seanan McGuire, and Linda Nagata.

From Tolkien’s Battle of Helm’s Deep to George R.R. Martin’s Blackwater to Elizabeth Moon’s Civil War of Fintha, it is in the battles of epic fantasy, sword and sorcery, and contemporary fantasy where heroism comes alive, magic is unleashed, and legends are made and unmade. Here are stories on the military side of both high fantasy, contemporary fantasy, and urban fantasy. These tales feature beautifully crafted worlds of a past and present filled with magic and mayhem—all served up by a range of top authors.

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Here is the table of contents for the anthology Horror 101: The Way Forward edited by Joe Mynhardt and Emma Audsley.

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Table of Contents: Interzone #255

Here are the contents for the new issue of Interzone, featuring cover art by Wayne Haag:
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Table of Contents: Black Static #43

Here are the contents of the new issue of Black Static, which features cover art by Ben Baldwin…
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Several months ago, Tansy Rayner Roberts told us about the Cranky Ladies Kickstarter project, an anthology she is co-editing with Tehani Wessely. Now, Fablecroft has posted the table of contents for Cranky Ladies of History.

Check out this fantastic lineup!
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The new issue of Clarkesworld is now posted:
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Here’s the table of contents for the new issue of Apex Magazine, a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field, edited by Sigrid Ellis.
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ChiZine has posted the table of contents for the upcoming anthology Imaginarium 3: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing edited by Sandra Kasturi and Helen Marshall, briefly described thusly:

Imaginarium 2014: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing is a reprint anthology collecting speculative short fiction and poetry (science fiction, fantasy, horror, magic realism, etc.) that represents the best work published by Canadian writers in the 2013 calendar year.

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Editor Lynne M. Thomas has posted the table of contents for the premiere issue of Uncanny, a bimonthly Magazine of Science Fiction and Fantasy, bringing you new fiction, poetry, articles, and interviews…

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Here is table of contents for the new anthology Abbreviated Epics edited by Juliana Rew…

But first, the the description:

Can you make a “Hero’s Journey” in 10 pages or less? And what if you’re a heroine?

Abbreviated Epics from Third Flatiron Anthologies is a double issue containing 19 very short fantasy adventures featuring samurai and shield maidens, alternate history and steampunk, and myths old and new. The issue also contains a reprint of Jo Walton’s epic poem, “Odin on the Tree.”

Abbreviated Epics proudly showcases an international group of new and established speculative fiction authors, who share with us just a smidgen of the heroic and grand. Contributors include: Siobhan Gallager, Iain Ishbel, Deborah Walker, Manuel Royal, Jordan Ashley Moore, Martin Clark, Ben Solomon, Margarita Tenser, Gustavo Bondoni, Adria Laycraft, Daniel Coble, Steve Coate, Jo Walton, Elliotte Rusty Harold, Marissa James, Jake Teeny, Alison McBain, Patricia S. Bowne, Stephen D. Rogers, and Robin Wyatt Dunn.

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Here is the table of contents for the new issue of Galaxy’s Edge Magazine, the online/downloadable magazine edited by Mike Resnick.

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Lightspeed Magazine sent along the table of contents for their new issue:
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Nightmare Magazine sent along the table of contents for their new issue:
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PS Publishing has posted the table of contents for the new anniversary printing of the horror anthology Best New Horror #2.

Here’s the book description:

This revised and updated second edition of Best New Horror showcases some of the very best short stories and novellas published in 1990, the year when the horror boom finally went bust. In this vilifying volume you will rediscover terrifying tales by, amongst many others, Poppy Z. Brite, Jonathan Carroll, Harlan Ellison, Elizabeth Hand, Michael Marshall Smith, Peter Straub, F. Paul Wilson, Gahan Wilson and Gene Wolfe, along with an overview of the year in horror by the editors and a nightmare necrology of those who kicked off this mortal coil during that period.

So get ready to spread your wings and take a bite out of this latest anthology of agony. And don’t forget to tell your fellow fiends about our new series of Best New Horror reprints. Just let them know who sent you…

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Here’s the table of contents for the upcoming issue of Shimmer.

Shimmer blends the perfect speculative cocktail for its twenty-first issue. Three parts exuberance to one part seawater, a sand-crusted spun-sugar glass brushed with winter’s fresh boughs.

These four stories, from Shimmer alums and novices alike, will take you on a journey that is familiar as earth, but as strange as stars. We explore the depths of the sea and the dry deserts both, where encounters don’t have to be alien to terrify.

Here’s the table of contents…

Fiction

  • “A Whisper in the Weld” Alix E. Harrow
  • “Caretaker” by Carlie St. George
  • “Cantor’s Dragon” by Craig DeLancey
  • “The One They Took Before” by Kelly Sandoval

Features

  • Editorial by E. Catherine Tobler
  • Author Interviews by Joy Marchand

Artwork

  • “A Whisper in the Weld” by Sandro Castelli

Table of Contents: Analog, December 2014

Here is the table of contents for the new issue of Analog:

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Table of Contents: Asimov’s, December 2014

Here’s the table of contents for the new issue of Asimov’s.
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Here’s the table of contents (for real, this time!) for the upcoming anthology Dangerous Games edited by Jonathan Oliver, described thusly:

In a world of chances, one decision can bring down the house, one roll of the dice could bring untold wealth, or the end of everything. In this anthology of all new short stories the players gather, their stories often dark, and always compelling.

The players and the played, this new anthology from Jonathan Oliver (Magic, End of The Road, House of Fear, The End of The Line, World War Cthulhu) brings together brand new stories from an international team of talented authors, each with their own deadly game. This collection is set to include a full house of top authors including Hugo award-winning American writer Pat Cadigan, Brit Gary McMahon, Mexican Silvia Moreno Garcia, plus Tade Thompson, Rebecca Levene and more!

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Check out the table of contents for the upcoming anthology Altered States: A Cyberpunk Sci-fi Anthology, available this coming December.

Here’s the book description:

Take a flight of the imagination to near-future cyberpunk worlds, travel beyond the stars, and to divergent universes like and unlike our own. Travel to the enigmas of science and time…travel to the altered states of the mind.
Stories by upcoming and established cyberpunk/sci- fi authors, curated by Roy C Booth and Jorge Salgado-Reyes.

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Ticonderoga has posted the table of contents for his/her/the upcoming anthology The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2013, showcasing the best Australian that first appeared in 2013.

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