A 2016 Hugo Award winner, 2016 Parsec Award winner and World Fantasy Award finalist, Uncanny Magazine is an online Science Fiction and Fantasy magazine featuring passionate SF/F fiction and poetry, gorgeous prose, provocative nonfiction, and a deep investment in the diverse SF/F culture. Each issue contains intricate, experimental stories and poems with verve and imagination that elicit strong emotions and challenge beliefs, from writers of every conceivable background. Uncanny believes there’s still plenty of room in the genre for tales that make you feel.
Co-edited by Hugo Award-winner Lynne M. Thomas and Hugo Award-nominee Michael Damian Thomas, each issue contains new and classic speculative fiction, podcasts, poetry, essays, art, and interviews. Uncanny‘s contributors range from the award-winning leading voices of the field to exciting, emerging talents. Numerous pieces from Uncanny Magazine have been awards’ finalists and have been included in Year’s Best anthologies.
How You Can Read Uncanny:
Uncanny issues are published as eBooks (mobi, pdf, epub) bimonthly on the first Tuesday of each month through all of the major online eBook stores. Every issue contains 5-6 new short stories, 1 reprinted stories, 3 poems, 4 nonfiction essays, and 2 interviews, at minimum.
Subscribers and those purchasing single issues get each issue in its entirety up front.
You can subscribe to Uncanny Magazine through Weightless Books. You can also subscribe through Amazon in order to get Uncanny Magazine sent directly to your Kindle. Subscriptions not only get you all of the content on the day of the release, they will also make it possible for Uncanny to continue past our Year Two Kickstarter.
Those reading online for free will be able to read the first half of the issue online when the eBook is released, but will have to wait a month for the second half to appear on the first Tuesday of the next month at http://uncannymagazine.com/.
We also produce a monthly podcast featuring a story, a poem, and an interview that is likewise released on the first Tuesday of each month.
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2015 William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review– “Does Sex Make Science Fiction ‘Soft’?“, Uncanny Magazine #1, Tansy Rayner Roberts- WINNER
2016 Chesley Awards- Best Cover Illustration: Magazine– Traveling to a Distant Day
by Tran Nguyen (Uncanny Magazine #4 Cover)- WINNER
2015 Canopus Award for Excellence in Interstellar Writing– Previously Published Short-Form Fiction- “Planet Lion” by Catherynne M. Valente (Uncanny Magazine #4)- Finalist
2016 World Fantasy Awards- Special Award Nonprofessional– Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas, for Uncanny– Finalist
2017 Hugo Awards- Best Editor, Short Form– Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas- Finalist