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F&SF stories reprinted in Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror

Ellen Datlow has announced the complete table of contents for the latest edition of The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror. SF Scope has the full list, but below I’ll highlight the stories that first appeared in F&SF:

  • "The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate" by Ted Chiang
  • "A Thing Forbidden" by Donald Mead
  • "Fragrant Goddess" by Paul Park

Congrats to Ted, Don, and Paul, as well as to the other authors!

Feb. 2008: Favorite Story Poll


VanderMeer interviews Paolo & Langan

Jeff VanderMeer has recently done a couple of great interviews with some F&SF regulars. First up, as part of his "Conversations with the Bookless" series (in which he interviews authors of short fiction who don’t have books out yet), he talked to John Langan. And then, today, Jeff posted an interview over at the blog, Omnivoracious, Jeff VanderMeer with Paolo Bacigalupi. Jeff also has a couple extra Q&As with Paolo that didn’t fit into the Omnivoracious piece over on his personal blog, Ecstatic Days.

F&SF, May 2008 issue now on sale

The May 2008 issue is now on sale. This issue features a new story by Rachel Pollack, and this month’s bonus online reprint is Pollack’s story "The Fool, the Stick, and the Princess" which is reprinted from our Oct/Nov. 1998 issue.

Here’s the table of contents:


  • Immortal Snake – Rachel Pollack
  • Circle  – George Tucker


  • Reunion  – Robert Reed
  • Rebecca’s Locket  – S. L. Gilbow
  • Firooz and His Brother  – Alex Jeffers
  • Thrilling Wonder Stories – Albert E. Cowdrey
  • Traitor  – M. Rickert



  • Arthur Masear
  • Bill Long
  • Danny Shanahan


  • Mark Evans for "Immortal Snake"

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