"Footnotes" by Charles Coleman Finlay originally appeared in our August 2001 issue. It’s currently available on Finlay’s website.
io9.com has posted a nice review of Charles Coleman Finlay’s "The Political Prisoner" (which includes some discussion of the story prior to that, "The Political Officer," which you can currently read on our website).
They also shower some more love on Maurizio Manzieri‘s illustration for Robert Reed’s "Five Thrillers," which they reviewed a few months ago.
The following stories by Dale Baliey originally appeared in the pages of F&SF. Now they’re all available online:
"Heat," Sep. 2000 [link]
"The Rain at the End of the World," Jul. 1999 [link]
"Night of the Fireflies," Jan. 1998 [link]
"Serpent" by James Patrick Kelly originally appeared in our May 2004 issue. Kelly has since adapted it to audio as part of his "Free Reads" podcast. [link]
Another story of Kelly’s, "The Pyramid of Amirah," appeared in our March 2002 issue. That one is also now available via Free Reads. [link]
Here’s a list of the new stories we bought in April and will be coming soon to an issue near you:
- The Scarecrow’s Boy by Michael Swanwick (3350 words)
- The Boy Who Sang for Others by Michael Meddor (3600)
- The Perfect Infestation Carol Emshwiller (3300)
- Blocked by Geoff Ryman (6600)
- A Wild and Wicked Youth by Ellen Kushner (9620)
- Catalog by Eugene Mirabelli (6579)