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strange400Strange Horizons is holding their annual fund drive, and as a perk, they’re offering a digital copy of Strange Horizons: The First 15 Years. Check it out!

About the book (via Strange Horizons):

The ebook itself includes 15 stories and 7 poems — some well-known, some lesser-known, all of them favourites of current or past editors — from, as the title says, the first fifteen years of the magazine. It was utterly agonizing trying to filter 800+ stories and poems into that thimble, and there are any number of writers I can’t quite believe are not in the book. But on the other hand, the selection that are in the book are all among the best of the magazine’s output, and collectively, I think, give at least a flavour of what we’ve been up to here. (Albeit with no non-fiction! Maybe a project for a future year…)

Here’s the table of contents:

  • “Two Dreams on Trains” by Elizabeth Bear
  • “The Grinnell Method” by Molly Gloss
  • “We Are Never Where We Are” by Gavin J Grant
  • “Down the Well”, by Alaya Dawn Johnson
  • “Beautiful White Bodies”, by Alice Sola Kim
  • “Start with Color”, by Bill Kte’pi
  • “The Algorithms for Love”, by Ken Liu
  • “Inventory”, by Carmen Maria Machado
  • “WE HEART VAMPIRES!!!!!!”, by Meghan McCarron
  • “Walking Hibernation”, by Joanne Merriam
  • “Saltwater Economics”, by Jack Mierzwa
  • “Little Gods”, by Tim Pratt
  • “Let Us Now Praise Awesome Dinosaurs”, by Leonard Richardson
  • “The House Beyond Your Sky”, by Benjamin Rosenbaum
  • “Three Tales from Sky River”, by Vandana Singh
  • “Recognizing Gabe: un cuento de hadas”, by Alberto Yáñez


  • “Chargall’s Lamp”, by Mike Allen
  • “Dsonoqua on Lewis, The Outer Hebrides”, by Neile Graham
  • “Between the Mountain and the Moon”, by Rose Lemberg
  • “Rural Blessings”, by Pam McNew
  • “How to Bake a Cake from Scratch”, by Lisa Nohealani Morton
  • “Seeds”, by M Sereno
  • “Full Metal Hanuman”, by Byran Thao Worra
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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