Coming November 3, THE SEVENTH ISSUE OF UNCANNY MAGAZINE!!!
All of the content will be available in the eBook version on the day of release.
The free online content will be released in 2 stages- half on day of release and half on December 1.
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Uncanny Magazine Issue 7 Table of Contents
“The Archivist” by Julie Dillon
“The Uncanny Valley” by Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas (11/3)
“Wooden Feathers” by Ursula Vernon (11/3)
“And the Balance in Blood” by Elizabeth Bear (A Novelette!) (11/3)
“A Call to Arms for Deceased Authors’ Rights” by Karin Tidbeck (12/1)
“Interlingua” by Yoon Ha Lee (12/1)
“I Seen the Devil” by Alex Bledsoe (12/1)
“Love Will Tear Us Apart” by Alaya Dawn Johnson (11/3)
“The Call of the Sad Whelkfins: The Continued Relevance of How To Suppress Women’s Writing” by Annalee Flower Horne and Natalie Luhrs (11/3)
“Please, Judge This Book by Its Cover” by Aidan Moher (11/3)
“The Alien Says Don’t Take Your Meds: Neurodiversity and Mental Health Treatment in TV SF/F” by Tansy Rayner Roberts (12/1)
“Everyone Has a Ghost Story” by Deborah Stanish (12/1)
“The Thirteenth Child” by Mari Ness (11/3)
“Something Different from Either” by Sonya Taaffe(11/3)
“Aboard the Transport Tesoro” by Lisa M. Bradley (12/1)
Yoon Ha Lee interviewed by Deborah Stanish (12/1)
Alex Bledsoe interviewed by Deborah Stanish (12/1)
Podcast 7A (11/3)
“Wooden Feathers” by Ursula Vernon, as read by Amal El-Mohtar
“The Thirteenth Child” by Mari Ness, as read by Erika Ensign
Ursula Vernon Interviewed by Deborah Stanish
Podcast 7B (12/1)
“A Call to Arms for Deceased Authors’ Rights” by Karin Tidbeck, as read by Erika Ensign
“Aboard the Transport Tesoro” by Lisa M. Bradley, as read by Amal El-Mohtar
Karin Tidbeck Interviewed by Deborah Stanish