Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sunday recs: Post-apocalyptic beauty

Just one rec today; I’ve been unreasonably exhausted lately. Green is for Silence, Blue is for Voice, Red is for Whole, Black is for Choice by Damien Angelica Walters, in Daily Science Fiction. This post-apocalyptic vision is beautifully written. I … Continue reading

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Sunday recs: Mundanity, elephants, opera and a coffee shop

This week’s Sunday Recs presents four very different stories – all of them awesome. (Well, duh, otherwise I’d hardly be recommending that you read them!) Relentlessly Mundane by Jo Walton. This was published in Strange Horizons 14 years ago, but … Continue reading

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Niteblade Fundraiser 2014

Niteblade is a great fantasy/horror magazine, with an awesome mix of prose and poetry in each issue. And now it’s time for the annual fundraiser. If you want to help Niteblade continue doing its awesome thing, consider donating a few … Continue reading

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Sunday recs: Four poems

Poems! I’ve been writing a poem a day for the past week, so today’s recs are poetry too. Tintagel, by Beth Langford (in Goblin Fruit). The language and imagery in this poem are just gorgeous! Tesseract: A Parent’s Guide to … Continue reading

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Sunday recs: Speculative prose and two issues’-worth of poetry

I was thinking of posting a rant about how difficult writing fiction in Finnish is for me (I was attempting such a thing last night), but I think I’ll go for Sunday recs instead. How my bilingualism comes across in … Continue reading

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