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October Issue of Clarkesworld Magazine

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

Laying the Ghost by Eric Brown
Laying the Ghost (AUDIO VERSION) by Eric Brown, read by Kate Baker
Salvaging Gods by Jacques Barcia

Sharp-pointed Tendrils & the Span of Control: A Conversation with Jay Lake by Jeremy L. C. Jones
A Novel Possibility: A Conversation with Mary Robinette Kowal by Jeremy L. C. Jones
A Rocket to Clarkesworld & Other Tales by Neil Clarke

For the Colony by Ertaç Altınöz

On the 15th of October, our podcast will feature Salvaging Gods by Jacques Barcia.

Kindle and Nook editions of this issue should be available Amazon and Barnes & Noble shortly. In the meantime, you can buy EPUB (Sony/Apple/Nook/etc.) and MOBI (Kindle/Mobipocket) directly from the Wyrm Publishing ebookstore.

The Guardian Book Blog on the Next Generation of Sci-Fi Writers

Damien G. Walter’s article, The Next Generation of Sci-Fi Writers, is up at the Guardian Book Blog. In it, he has some nice things to say about Joe Hill, Mary Robinette Kowal, and Ken Scholes. He also mentions Clarkesworld and specifically references Ken’s first Clarkesworld story, Summer in Paris, Light from the Sky

Head on over to the Guardian and tell Damien what other new writers he should be reading.  He’d like to hear from you.

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