We’ve just launched a Kickstarter campaign to add Chinese science fiction story translations as a regular feature of Clarkesworld Magazine. The full details are on the page, but if you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
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The British Fantasy Awards were announced at a ceremony at FantasyCon in York this past Sunday. I would have liked to have attended, but UK flights are expensive and Lisa would probably kill me if I tried to jet off to the UK again so soon. (Doesn’t help that I feel like I’m still recovering from Loncon last month.)
Clarkesworld was competing in the “Best Magazine/Periodical” category and we won! Such a wonderful surprise and honor. A big thank you to the judges and BFS members! I’m so glad you’re enjoying our work and I hope we can continue to live up to your standards.
Just before Worldcon, I had the opportunity to travel to Kickstarter headquarters and participate in a discussion on short fiction. They’ve published the video from our panel:
The August 2014 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine is now available. You can get the issue:
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“Five Stages of Grief After the Alien Invasion” by Caroline M. Yoachim
“Bonfires in Anacostia” by Joseph Tomaras
“The Saint of the Sidewalks” by Kat Howard
“The Rose Witch” by James Patrick Kelly
“Seven Years from Home” by Naomi Novik
“Nevermore” by Ian R. MacLeod
“The Issue of Gender in Genre Fiction: Conclusions” by Susan E. Connolly
“Human Nature: A Conversation with Peter Watts” by Julie Novakova
“Another Word: Obstacles and Style” by Daniel Abraham
“Editor’s Desk: Having an Adventure with Dad” by Neil Clarke
This month’s stories will be released in audio form over the course of the month. Read by Kate Baker.
Slumbering Naiad by Julie Dillon
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The 2014 World Fantasy Award nominees were announced just the other day and I’m very honored to report that Kate, Sean, and I have been nominated for our work on Clarkesworld Magazine in the Special Award Non-Professional category! Non-professional? Yes, this isn’t what we do for our living. The criteria are very different that what is used to determine “professional” in Hugo terms, where we are professional. In other words, we’ve reached that awkward middle stage on our way to professional.
I’m also pleased to see Yoon Ha Lee on the Short Story ballot for “Effigy Nights” (Clarkesworld, 1/2013) and Julie Dillon for Best Artist. Among her many amazing works last year were three Clarkesworld covers and she’s also the cover artist for my upcoming anthology, UPGRADED.
This is our fourth nomination for Clarkesworld and all three of us will be on-hand for the award ceremony at the World Fantasy Convention in DC this November.
Best of luck to all the nominees! It’s a strong ballot and I don’t envy the judges on this one.
A few notes:
- This is an unpaid volunteer position.
- Slush readers & other staff are prohibited from submitting stories or articles to the magazine.
- You will be expected to read and provide comments on an average of five stories per day.