Monthly Archives: September 2014

Sunday recs: Fairytale, memory loss, alien chess

Three awesome stories for you this Sunday. How the Milkmaid Struck a Bargain With the Crooked One by C.S.E. Cooney (in Giganotosaurus). Gaaaah, this story made me have all the feelings. It’s long, but it’s SO worth it – what … Continue reading

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Sunday recs: Strange stuff

Three strange stories for you this Sunday. Seven Commentaries on an Imperfect Land by Ruthanna Emrys (at Tor.com). A haunting, weird story about a magic land that exists in the interstices of life, and the people who live in it. … Continue reading

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Contents of Stone Telling 11

Rose Lemberg has announced the contents of Stone Telling 11 (the issue that I’ve got a poem in). Yay! Check it out! I’m really looking forward to getting to read the other poems. There’s some amazing cover art too, as … Continue reading

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Sunday recs: Two poems

Two poems for this sun-warm Sunday. ‘Song for an Ancient City’ by Amal El-Mohtar (in Mythic Delirium): gorgeous, makes me feel the sand and spices, the heat of the sun. ‘The Sea King’s Second Bride’ by C.S.E. Cooney (in a … Continue reading

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Sunday recs: Happy-making stuff

It’s still Sunday even though it’s past midnight, since I haven’t gone to bed yet, right? Here’s three recs that I hope will make you feel as fuzzy inside as they made me: Turnover by Jo Walton (at Lightspeed Magazine): … Continue reading

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