Neil Clarke

The Award-Winning Editor of Clarkesworld Magazine, Forever Magazine, The Best Science Fiction of the Year, and More

Subterranean Magazine is Here

The first issue of Subterranean Magazine arrived today:

Contents:
* Second Chance by Norman Partridge
* The Toys of Caliban by Terry Matz (story)
* The Toys of Caliban by George R.R. Martin (teleplay)
* Stronger Than Death by Mark Morris
* Thomas Ligotti interviewed by Tim Lehnerer
* The Grief Frequency by Kealan Patrick Burke
* Thoughtful Breaths by Peter Crowther
* The Drive-In: the Bus Tour (excerpt) by Joe R. Lansdale
* Matinee Idyll by Harlan Ellison

I’ve been looking forward to this one for a long time. Preorders will start shipping tomorrow morning. For those of you waiting for the hardcover edition… that didn’t arrive yet. I’ll let you know when I hear more about it.

-Neil

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7 Comments

  1. I would buy a copy, but it would just make me ache even more for the new Drive-In: Bus Tour from Lansdale, which I can’t afford anyway.

  2. Harlan Ellison. Most cool.

    • His story in this issue is a revised version of one published long ago. He reverted it back to the way he originally intended it to be published and changed the ending as well. I was hoping for something newer, but this will certainly do for now.

      -Neil

  3. Gaston:

    Partridge books like THE TWELVE-OUNCE SIESTA, SAGUARO RIPTIDE, THE CROW: WICKED PRAYER, and SLIPPIN’ INTO DARKNESS you can pick up in mass-market paperback format for a couple of bucks. His small press editions are, unsurprisingly, pretty expensive, but I’d wager that Abebooks.com have them all used, at reasonable rates.

    Kealan

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