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June Issue of Clarkesworld Now Available on Kindle

As promised…

Clarkesworld June 2010

Now available on the Kindle!

June Issue of Clarkesworld Magazine is Available

The June issue of Clarkesworld Magazine is now online. If you like what we do, please consider participating in our citizenship drive by making a a donation or purchasing a book.

Futures in the Memories Market by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Futures in the Memories Market (AUDIO VERSION) by Nina Kiriki Hoffman, read by Kate Baker
My Father’s Singularity by Brenda Cooper

Finding the Language I Need: A Conversation with Caitlín R. Kiernan interview by Jeremy L. C. Jones
Moonage Daydream: The Rock Album as Science Fiction by Jason Heller

perseus faces the kraken by John Barry Ballaran

On the 15th of June, our podcast will feature My Father’s Singularity by Brenda Cooper. We’ll also have a special podcast surprise for you this month.

The Kindle edition of this issue will be available later this week.

June Issue of Clarkesworld Magazine is Available

The June Issue of Clarkesworld Magazine is now available online. If you enjoy it, please consider a donation, book purchase, or just spread the word.

Walking with a Ghost by Nick Mamatas
Walking with a Ghost (AUDIO VERSION) by Nick Mamatas, read by Kate Baker
The Giving Heart by Corie Ralston

The Story Is All: Ten Fiction Editors Talk Shop interview by Jeremy L. C. Jones
Who were the Celts? by Dr Kari Maund
Short Fiction: One Year Later by Neil Clarke

Handbark Academy by Alexander Nanitchkov


Tangent Online Review of Clarkesworld Magazine #9

Tangent Online has posted their review of this months issue of Clarkesworld Magazine.

THE ORACLE SPOKE – Holly Phillips
“The story’s point of view alternates between Caldwell and Cassandra, and both are well-drawn, intelligent characters. Cassandra’s story, in particular, is moving, as we discover more about her plight as voice of the Oracle, and what it might mean for a real human being to be trapped in such a circumstance. The tale’s ending is chilling. A very strong story.”

MOON OVER YODOK – David Charlton
“This is another well-written story, with likeable characters and a very real menace. I haven’t read any stories set in this background before, and found it fascinating from that aspect alone.”

Favorite quote:
Clarkesworld is fast becoming one of the most consistent and reliable venues for finding good fiction, particularly online. This issue is probably the best of the year so far. Definitely worth checking out.”

You can read the full review here.

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