September Issue of Clarkesworld Magazine

The September 2012 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine is now available. You can get the issue:

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SEPTEMBER 2012 – ISSUE #72
FICTION
“The Found Girl” by David Klecha and Tobias S. Buckell
“Robot” by Helena Bell
“muo-ka’s Child” by Indrapramit Das

NONFICTION
Between a UFO and a Hard Place: The Real-Life Science Heroics of Dr. Omond Solandt by Jason S. Ridler
The Satirist’s Progress: A Discussion with Nick Mamatas and Paul Tremblay by Jeremy L. C. Jones
Another Word: Super Duper Sexual Spiritual Black Woman: The New and Improved Magical Negro by Chesya Burke
Editor’s Desk: Professionally Speaking by Neil Clarke

PODCAST
This month’s stories will be released in audio form on the 1st, 14th and 21st. Read by Kate Baker.

COVER ART
Awe at Thistledown by Angel Nieves

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Clarkesworld Magazine – November 2011

Despite Mother Nature's best efforts, we now present issue sixty-two of Clarkesworld Magazine. If you enjoy it, please consider supporting us by making a donation, buying one of our books, or subscribing on the Kindle or Kindle App for iPad/iPhone/Android.

FICTION
NON-FICTION
ART

Ebook Experiments

Our experiment with the 99 cent ebook edition of Clarkesworld continues onward. Meanwhile, I’ve noticed that a few of our authors have been running ebook experiments of their own:

I look forward to comparing the results of our little experiments and hope that you’ll consider supporting all of us by spreading the word, buying copies and reviewing them.

PS. If I missed any CW authors that have been testing the ebook waters this month, please let me know.

Clarkesworld Stories on the Locus Recommended Reading List

The Locus Magazine 2010 Recommended Reading List is in their current issue. Several stories from Clarkesworld Magazine made the cut:

NOVELETTES

SHORT STORY

Congratulations to all!  I think this may have been our best showing ever.

For those that care… I’m currently working on my annual analysis of the short fiction category and should have that data and more for you today or tomorrow. First impression: this may be the first year that online magazines dominated the category.