by Aimee Picchi
You wrote that your fairy lover expects you to accompany him on wild hunts and to all-night dances, but he never wants to answer BuzzFeed quizzes or join your Ingress team.
Apr 19, 2018 | essay
by Andrea Phillips
People we know and often really like are being accused of inappropriate behavior, and we have to figure out where to go from here.
by LaShawn M. Wanak
People grieved over so many things, the Undertaker mused. A failed marriage. Loss of a job. But the loss of a child always hit the keenest.
by D.A. Xiaolin Spires
She was radiant, whirlwinds of color on evanescent skin, doused in virtual ink. Her beady eyes darted, taking us in.
Apr 5, 2018 | news
by Pablo Defendini
Wow, so turns out it wasn’t a holiday food induced fever dream - we actually are Hugo Award Semiprozine Finalists. How cool is that?
by Bogi Takács
The family didn't want a freak, so I came all the way here, to the planetfrontier.
by Jojo Bee
“When the blue-eyed devil first led me to the ship, I thought it was for a better life. The village chief told me it was an honor. He said it would be good for me to go and wouldn’t I like to explore?”
Mar 22, 2018 | essay
by Elsa Sjunneson-Henry
Why is it always goddamn white dudes with money? Because society is most comfortable with men with disabilities being active bodies.
by Lisa M. Bradley
“Tillie received a bath earlier this morning, but the water droplets that caught in the coarse hairs on her head have already evaporated. She would like to dust herself but Governor says, ‘It’s SHOWTIME.’”
by Arkady Martine
“A long time ago I was an architect, and now I’m an evaluator for post-disaster safety. I specialize in earthquakes, but I see a lot of floods, too.”
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