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AUGUST 2013 – ISSUE #83
“Cry of the Kharchal” by Vandana Singh
“Sheperds” by Greg Kurzawa
“Found” by Alex Dally MacFarlane
“The Lovers” by Eleanor Arnason
“Cilia-of-Gold” by Stephen Baxter
The Candlelit World: The Dark Roots of Myth and Fantasy by Christopher Mahon
Decadence & Buckets of Blood: A Conversation with Holly Black by Jeremy L. C. Jones
Another Word: Circles Rise Again by Daniel Abraham
Editor’s Desk: Returning to the Scene of the Crime by Neil Clarke
This month’s stories will be released in audio form over the course of the month. Read by Kate Baker.
Launch Point by Julie Dillon
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Introducing the latest annual anthology from Clarkesworld Magazine:
Clarkesworld: Year Four
- Introduction by Neil Clarke
- Between Two Dragons by Yoon Ha Lee
- The Cull by Robert Reed
- The Mermaids Singing Each to Each by Cat Rambo
- Of Melei, of Ulthar by Gord Sellar
- Night, in Dark Perfection by Richard Parks
- The Grandmother-Granddaughter Conspiracy by Marissa Lingen
- Brief Candle by Jason K. Chapman
- All the King’s Monsters by Megan Arkenberg
- Torquing Vacuum by Jay Lake
- The Language of the Whirlwind by Lavie Tidhar
- A Sweet Calling by Tony Pi
- Alone with Gandhari by Gord Sellar
- The History Within Us by Matthew Kressel
- January by Becca De La Rosa
- Messenger by J.M. Sidorova
- A Jar of Goodwill by Tobias S. Buckell
- Futures in the Memories Market by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
- My Father’s Singularity by Brenda Cooper
- Beach Blanket Spaceship by Sandra McDonald
- The Association of the Dead by Rahul Kanakia
- Spar by Kij Johnson
- Paper Cradle by Stephen Gaskell
- Thirteen Ways of Looking at Space/Time by Catherynne M. Valente
- The Things by Peter Watts
- Clarkesworld Citizens – Official Census
- About Clarkesworld
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We’ve entered the final 24 hours for UPGRADED, my kickstarter cyborg anthology. It’s been an amazing experience. The project has been fully-funded and we’ve unlocked two of the stretch goals (four extra stories and a pay rate increase for our authors). As I write this, we are $2250 short of the stretch goal for funding the audio edition of this book.
THE KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN ENDS AT 3PM EST ON FRIDAY. I would appreciate it if you help get out the word as the campaign comes to a close. Reaching that stretch goal would be awesome.
This project will have original stories by:
- Elizabeth Bear
- Helena Bell
- Tobias S. Buckell
- Pat Cadigan
- Greg Egan
- Xia Jia
- Caitlín R. Kiernan
- Yoon Ha Lee
- Ken Liu
- Chen Qiufan
- Robert Reed
- E. Catherine Tobler
- Genevieve Valentine
- Peter Watts
- E. Lily Yu
…and several more to be announced soon. Julie Dillon will provide the cover art.
I want to say thank you to everyone that has participated so far. This is a very personal project and your support has not only made this dream a reality, but also helped me reclaim July 12th from the land of scary near-death experiences. Thank you!
This Friday will mark the first anniversary of my heart attack and today was first visit to the cardiologist’s office since December. I went through the standard routine of take my shirt off, laying down, being wired up for EKG, getting monitored for a few minutes, having the sticky pads pulled off, and then waiting for the doctor to come in and chat with me.
Nothing unusual to report, but I receive more reinforcement of just how severe things are. The new doctor (my old one moved away, but I previously met this one when I was in the hospital) has recommended that we replace one of my medications with something that shows more promise, so after Readercon I’ll make the switch. Otherwise, no changes. I had thought that I would be dropping a few of the medications, but given the severity of the existing damage and the likelihood of surviving another heart attack, he’s recommending a more conservative approach. I’m inclined to go with whatever keeps me the safest.
I go back again next month for an evaluation of how well the new medication works. Yay.
My shipment of CLARKESWORLD: YEAR FOUR arrived last week. I’ll be informally launching the book at READERCON. (Clarkesworld was born there.)
Anyhow, a few of the copies had covers that failed quality control, so I have extra review copies. If you want one, simply be one of the first three people to comment on this post. To be eligible, you have to include WHERE your review will appear.
Sorry, US addresses only.