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Table of Contents: Uncanny #2 Edited by Lynne M Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas


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

This month’s cover features cover artwork by Julie Dillon.


Editorial

  • The Uncanny Valley- Editorial by Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas

New Fiction

  • Hao Jingfang (translated by Ken Liu)- “Folding Beijing”
  • Sam J. Miller- “The Heat of Us: Notes Toward an Oral History”
  • Amal El-Mohtar- “Pockets”
  • Richard Bowes- “Anyone with a Care for Their Image”
  • Sunny Moraine- “Love Letters to Things Lost and Gained”

Classic Fiction

  • Ann Leckie- “The Nalendar”

Nonfiction

  • Jim C. Hines- “The Politics of Comfort”
  • Erica McGillivray- “The Future’s Been Here Since 1939: Female Fans, Cosplay, and Conventions”
  • Michi Trota- “Age of the Geek, Baby”
  • Keidra Chaney- “The Evolution of Nerd Rock”

Poetry

  • Isabel Yap- “After the Moon Princess Leaves”
  • Mari Ness- “After the Dance”
  • Rose Lemberg- “archival testimony fragments / minersong”

Interviews

  • Hao Jingfang, Interviewed by Deborah Stanish (translated by Ken Liu)
  • Ann Leckie, Interviewed by Deborah Stanish

Podcast

  • Episode 3: Editors’ Introduction, Sam J. Miller’s “The Heat of Us: Notes Toward an Oral History” (read by C.S.E. Cooney), Isabel Yap’s “After the Moon Princess Leaves” (read by Amal El-Mohtar), Interview with Sam J. Miller conducted by Deborah Stanish
  • Episode 4: Editors’ Introduction, Amal El-Mohtar reading her story “Pockets,” Rose Lemberg’s “archival testimony fragments / minersong”(read by C.S.E. Cooney), Interview with Amal El-Mohtar conducted by Deborah Stanish
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