More news, as everything comes together for Issue #7. I have been asked several times for a subscription option and I can announce that it is coming together. The current plan for subscription is to use Patreon and pay on a “per publication” basis for the magazine. The price would be $2.99 for ebook copies for subscribers and $6.50 plus shipping (please email to determine the amount) for paper copies (that will include ebook copies). There will also be a mailing list for subscribers and other bonuses. Please stay tuned that will be ready to launch shortly.
Additionally, the submission pile slowly progresses. I must apologize for how slow the whole thing is going. There is just never enough hours in the day. If anybody else would like to come on board as a first reader we have room. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to organize that.
Also i’m in the process of organizing a kick starter for the anthology. That turns out to be a lot of organization and I need to learn to video edit to do it as well.
Strangely my post about not judging things by the authors politics but on merit got a story pulled. You can’t make this stuff up!
Finally I can tease the next cover, which is an illustration for the short story, Pawprints in the Aeolian Dust by Eleanor R. Wood
Issue #7 and other news
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An op-ed to accompany our latest cover art, by Dustin Jacobus.
A survey of SFF in one of Europe's smallest languages, by Mariano Martín Rodríguez.
An essay about SF's fascination with human-technology chimeras, by Mina.
On the challenges of editing an SFF anthology that approaches faith with respect, by Andy Dibble.
Humanism In SF: A Natural Thing For The Curious To Know And Understand Through Empathy Machines, Or Just Lazy Mysticism?
A counter-point to her previous essay on moral philosophies in SF, by Mina.