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Table of Contents: Apex Magazine #77 (October 2015)

apex77-400Here’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 and Jason Sizemore. Cover art is by Joshua Hutchinson.

They’re doing things a bit differently by rolling out stories weekly, so you’ll want to visit the site often over the next month for more stories.

Issue 77 features the following content:



  • “Super Duper Fly” by Maurice Broaddus (Short Fiction — October 13th)
  • “Apex Author Interview with Maurice Broaddus” by Jason Sizemore (Nonfiction — October 14th)
  • “The Underworld” by Laurel Dixon (Poetry — October 15th)


  • “All Things to All People” by D.K. Thompson (Short Fiction — October 20th)
  • “Apex Author Interview with D.K. Thomspson” by Andrea Johnson (Nonfiction — October 21st
  • “The Minotaur” by Zachary Riddle (Poetry — October 22nd)


  • “Me and Jasper, Down by the Meth Shack” by Aaron Saylor (Short Fiction — October 27th)
  • “Apex Cover Artist Interview with Joshua Hutchinson” by Russell Dickerson (Nonfiction — October 28th)
  • “Hello, Wild Things, and Good Luck” by Sarah Holloway (Poetry — October 29th)

eBook/Subscriber Exclusives

  • “The Atlas of Hell” by Nathan Ballingrud (Novelette)
  • Empire Ascendant by Kameron Hurley (Novel Excerpt)
  • The Pickpocket’s Tale by Kevin J. Anderson and Neil Peart (Novel Excerpt)

Podcast Fiction

Cover art by Joshua Hutchinson.

The issue is available in DRM-free eBook form (ePub/mobi/PDF) via Apex Digital. It is also available for your Kindle, Nook.

Apex Magazine is free for all to read at, and also available as a paid subscription on various electronic devices.

About Kristin Centorcelli (842 Articles)
Kristin Centorcelli is the Associate Editor at SF Signal, proprietor of My Bookish Ways, a reviewer for Library Journal and Publisher’s Weekly, and has also written for Crime Fiction Lover, Criminal Element, and Mystery Scene Magazine. She has been reviewing books since late 2010, in an effort to get through a rather immense personal library, while also discussing it with whoever will willingly sit still (and some that won’t).
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