Nine Uncanny Magazine Stories Are on the 2022 Locus Recommended Reading List and Locus Award Poll!
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23h ago
FABULOUS NEWS, SPACE UNICORNS! HAPPIEST OF DAYS!!! NINE Uncanny Magazine stories are on the prestigious 2022 Locus Recommended Reading List! WE ARE SO THRILLED! Congratulations to all of the authors! Best Novelette: “If You Find Yourself Speaking to God, Address God with the Informal You” by John Chu “Your Eyes, My Beacon: Being an Account of Several Misadventures […] The post Nine Uncanny Magazine Stories Are on the 2022 Locus Recommended Reading List and Locus Award Poll! appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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Uncanny Celebrates Reader Favorites of 2022!
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by Uncanny Magazine
23h ago
Hello, Space Unicorns! 2022 was another tough year. Though many things were hard and horrible, we are very, very proud of all of the amazing works we published in Uncanny Magazine. Everyone in the Space Unicorn Ranger Corps has been wonderfully supportive, and your enthusiasm has meant so much to us. It’s been fantastic to see […] The post Uncanny Celebrates Reader Favorites of 2022! appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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Uncanny Magazine Podcast 50B
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by Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas, Uncanny Magazine
2w ago
Welcome to Episode 50B of the award-winning Uncanny Magazine Podcast! In Episode 50B you will hear: Introduction: Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas Short Story: “How to Raise a Kraken in Your Bathtub” by P. Djèlí Clark, as read by Matt Peters Poem: “Kannazuki, or the Godless Month” by Betsy Aoki, as read by Erika Ensign Interview: Lynne M. Thomas interviews P. […] The post Uncanny Magazine Podcast 50B appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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Interview: Ken Liu & Caroline M. Yoachim
Uncanny Magazine
by Tina Connolly
1M ago
Ken Liu is an American author of speculative fiction. A winner of the Nebula, Hugo, and World Fantasy awards, he wrote the Dandelion Dynasty, a silkpunk epic fantasy series (starting with The Grace of Kings), as well as short story collections The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories and The Hidden Girl and Other Stories. He […] The post Interview: Ken Liu & Caroline M. Yoachim appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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What a Fourteenth Century Legal Case Can Teach Us about Storytelling
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by Annalee Newitz
1M ago
A scandal has fractured the world of medieval historians, and it turns on the meaning of a single word of Medieval Latin. The word is “raptus” and it appears in a batch of late fourteenth century legal documents pertaining to Geoffrey Chaucer, famous author of The Canterbury Tales. In late 2022, two scholars announced a […] The post What a Fourteenth Century Legal Case Can Teach Us about Storytelling appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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Cold Relations
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by Mary Robinette Kowal, Uncanny Magazine
1M ago
Claudette lowered her infrared goggles over her eyes and waited for the ghost. By the cash register, webs of energy, tinted green by the goggles, swirled in a loose spiral. Spectral lines tightened in time with a throbbing hum of energy. As she walked closer, Claudette’s hair stood on end along her neck, and the […] The post Cold Relations appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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How to Raise a Kraken in Your Bathtub
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by P. Djèlí Clark
1M ago
“Ambition!” Trevor emphasized, rapping knuckles hard on the wood table. “That is what makes the great men!” He took a satisfied swallow from his mug. Across from him, Barnaby put down the daily he’d been reading and sipped from his own beer. Pulling out a handkerchief to dab froth from his lips, he scratched thoughtfully […] The post How to Raise a Kraken in Your Bathtub appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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Collaboration? (accessible version)
Uncanny Magazine
by Ken Liu & Caroline M. Yoachim
1M ago
{Because this story encodes a great deal of information in complex formatting, descriptive passages like this, enclosed in curly brackets, have been added to help screenreaders and other accessibility devices make sense of the formatting for readers.} Worlds pop into existence, composed by clicking keyboards or in spraying foam on waves of thought; tucked away […] The post Collaboration? (accessible version) appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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The Hole Thing
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by Neil Gaiman
1M ago
Now, let us gather to imagine the future. Here, in the Central Hall of Arts and Sciences as it was, before Victoria laid the first stone. Here, where the dead were annually raised, implored, exhorted, ectoplasmically embraced, Here, where Hiawatha musically wed, and Os-Ke-Non-Ton sang the medicine man, to Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s once-loved score, Here where […] The post The Hole Thing appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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The Haunting of Her Body
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by Elsa Sjunneson
1M ago
As of the writing of this essay, I have had a cough for five weeks. No one can figure out why. The cough plateaus after medication but does not cease, lingering in my body like a ghost. I am tired of living in a haunted house, and I don’t mean the property that I own. […] The post The Haunting of Her Body appeared first on Uncanny Magazine ..read more
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