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Recent Acquisitions

We’ve been inconsistent about posting our acquisition, but we’re going to start doing it again. The contracts have been sent out and accepted for these, so here’s a group of stories that will be coming soon to the pages of F&SF:

  • “A Fine Balance” by Charlotte Ashley
  • “The Voice in the Cornfield, The Word Made Flesh” by Desirina Boskovich
  • “Alexandria” by Monica Byrne
  • “The Place of Bones” by Gardner Dozois
  • “Racing the Rings of Saturn” by Ingrid Garcia
  • “Ten Half-Pennies” by Matthew Hughes
  • “Wetherfell’s Reef Runics” by Marc Laidlaw
  • “There Used To Be Olive Trees” by Rich Larson
  • “Homecoming” by Rachel Pollack
  • “Between Going and Staying” by Lilliam Rivera
  • “The First Day of Someone Else’s Life” by John Schoffstall

The Pollack story is a novella. The Garcia, Hughes, and Larson stories are novelets.

Rachel Pollack’s “Homecoming” is a new entry in her Jack Shade series.

Matthew Hughes’s story will introduce Baldemar, a wizard’s henchman (and part of a new series in his Archonate universe), to F&SF readers.

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  1. Wetherfell's Reef Runics: New Story Alert - Marc Laidlaw on May 9th, 2016

    […] has officially announced acquisition of my latest short story, “Wetherfell’s Reef Runics,” which is […]

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