03 October 2005

Fantasy Magazine

Though a quick glance at the cover might make you think it's catering to a different sort of fantasy than it is, the new Fantasy Magazine now has a website from which you can subscribe. Attendees of the World Fantasy Convention will get copies in the gift bag. It costs $5.95 for a single issue, $20 for a year's subscription.

Here's the table of contentment:
"The Tyrant in Love" by Tim Pratt
"To Make the Dead Speak" by Margaret Ronald
Interview with Jeffrey Ford by Matthew Cheney
"In the House of Four Seasons" by Jeffrey Ford
"Bones Like Black Sugar" by Catherynne M. Valente
"The Finer Points of Destruction" by Richard Parks
"Hanging the Glass" by Sarah Brandywine Johnson
"Shriek: An Afterword" by Jeff VanderMeer
"The Sense of Spirals" by Sonya Taaffe
"Sun, In Its Copper Season" by Vera Nazarian
"Tear Her Standard Down" by Megan Messinger
"A Sure and Certain Song" by Erzebet YellowBoy
"Closer to the Lung" by Simon Logan
"The Bunny of Vengeance and the Bear of Death" by Eugie Foster
"At the End of the Hall" by Nick Mamatas
"Summer Ice" by Holly Phillips

plus book reviews by Peter Cannon, Stefan Dziemianowicz, Rich Horton, John Grant, Paula Guran, Ann Kennedy, Jeff VanderMeer, and Doug Winter
I hear that for the second issue's cover, editor/publisher Sean Wallace is taking a lesson from Fence magazine and getting the Suicide Girls to donate an image.

5 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot for the link to Fence, I opened it at work. I hope security isn't on their way to my cube....

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  2. Sean Wallace10/03/2005 7:11 PM

    Do I lose points if I actually admit that I like the photograph / design for Fence magazine? *eying the exit*

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  3. Not at all, Sean. We'll just keep you away from the children.

    Actually, I like that Fence cover, too. I wish the editor hadn't written her editorial note about it, because I think the cover works just fine on its own.

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