Uncanny Magazine Is 92% Funded with Two Weeks to Go!

Hello Space Unicorn Rangers, We’re nearly there! With little over two weeks to go, the Uncanny Magazine Kickstarter is 92% funded with 669 backers! To celebrate this milestone, our daughter Caitlin cosplayed a Hogwarts student. (Caitlin is 11 and about to start middle school.) We would love your help to spread the word. The sooner […]

Upcoming Uncanny Staff Appearances

Several of the Uncanny editorial staff will be making appearances at upcoming greater Chicago area events this summer and fall. Wizard World Chicago (August 21-24, 2014, Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, IL) – Michi Trota will be on two panels at the convention, both on Saturday, August 23: Yellow Fever, Yellow Peril and the Yellow Ranger: Asian Americans […]

Uncanny Mini Interview with Future Uncanny Web Designer Jeremiah Tolbert!

Jeremiah Tolbert is a writer and web designer living in Lawrence Kansas with his wife, newborn son, and two identical cats named Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. His fiction has appeared in magazines such as Asimov’s, Interzone, and Lightspeed Magazine. He has also designed the websites of a few dozen authors ranging from Ann Leckie to Michael […]

Uncanny Mini Interview with Year One Contributor Sofia Samatar!

Sofia Samatar is the author of the novel A Stranger in Olondria, winner of the 2014 Crawford Award, as well as several short stories, essays, and poems. Her short story “Selkie Stories Are for Losers” has been nominated for the Hugo, Nebula, and World Fantasy Awards. Sofia is a co-editor for Interfictions: A Journal of […]

Uncanny Mini Interview with Year One Contributor Liz Argall!

Liz Argall often writes speculative fiction and interstitial work that explore spaces between genres. She is especially fond of gritty urban fantasy, thought provoking science fiction and fantastical literary fiction. Liz’s comics have been published in an array of publications, including Meanjin, The Girl’s Guide to Guy Stuff, Eat Comics, Something Wicked and her collection […]

Uncanny Mini Interview with Year One Contributor Diana M. Pho!

Diana M. Pho (also known as Ay-leen the Peacemaker) is a scholar, activist, performer, and general rabble-rouser. She is best-known for running Beyond Victoriana, an award-winning, US-based blog on multicultural steampunk, and the oldest-existing blog on this topic. For several years, she has traveled the country as a professional convention speaker about social justice issues and […]

Uncanny Mini Interview with Year One Contributor Galen Dara!

Galen Dara likes monsters, mystics, dead things and extremely ripe apricots. She has created art for 47North publishing, Fireside Magazine, Lightpseed, Apex Publication, Goblin Fruit, Lackington’s, Resurrection House, and Edge Publishing. Her art is included in Spectrum 20 and 21. She won the 2011 Orycon33 Art Show Directors Choice award and the 2013 Hugo Award […]

New Backer Level: Elise Matthesen’s Haiku Earring Party In A Box!

The Uncanny Magazine Kickstarter is now 81% funded at $21,115 with 576 backers! We’re celebrating by offering a new $300 backer reward: Elise Matthesen’s Haiku Earring Party In A Box! Jeweler and all-around amazing person Elise will provide a dozen pairs of earrings (all sterling silver) with names, pens and haiku cards, and instructions for conducting the […]

Uncanny Mini Interview with Year One Contributor Jim C. Hines!

Jim C. Hines is the author of fifty published short stories and nine fantasy novels, including the Magic ex Libris series about a magic librarian from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the Princess series of fairy tale retellings, and the humorous Goblin Quest trilogy. He’s an active blogger, and won the 2012 Hugo Award for Best Fan […]

Uncanny Mini Interview with Year One Contributor Kameron Hurley!

Kameron Hurley is the author of the novels God’s War, Infidel, and Rapture a science-fantasy noir series which earned her the Sydney J. Bounds Award for Best Newcomer and the Kitschy Award for Best Debut Novel. She has been a finalist for the Hugo Award, Arthur C. Clarke Award, Nebula Award, the Locus Award, BFS […]