Uncanny Magazine Issue 32 Cover and Table of Contents!

Coming January 7, THE THIRTY-SECOND ISSUE OF THE 2016, 2017, 2018, & 2019 HUGO AWARD-WINNING UNCANNY MAGAZINE!!!

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As you may know, starting with this Uncanny Magazine issue, our new Nonfiction Editor is Elsa Sjunneson! Uncanny readers should be very familiar with Elsa. She was the guest Editor-in-Chief (with Dominik Parisien) and Nonfiction Editor of Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction, and has had her essays and fiction published in Uncanny on numerous occasions. We are so thrilled to have Elsa taking over the nonfiction editing. She did a tremendous job as a DPDSF guest editor, and has proven time and time again that along with being a brilliant writer, she is one of the best editors in the business.

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Uncanny Magazine Issue 32 Table of Contents

Cover:
Fallen Embers by Nilah Magruder

Editorials:
“The Uncanny Valley” by Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas
“Imagining Place: The BBC Miniseries” by Elsa Sjunneson

Fiction:
“Badass Moms in the Zombie Apocalypse” by Rae Carson (1/7)
“My Country Is a Ghost” by Eugenia Triantafyllou (1/7)
“You Perfect, Broken Thing” by C.L. Clark (1/7)

“Where You Linger” by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam (2/4)
“And All the Trees of the Forest Shall Clap Their Hands” by Sharon Hsu (2/4)
“The Spirit of the Leech” by Alex Bledsoe (2/4)

Reprint:
“Braid of Days and Wake of Nights” by E. Lily Yu (2/4)

Nonfiction:
“Writing with My Keys Between My Fingers” by Meg Elison (1/7)
“Save Me a Seat on the Couch: Spoiler Culture, Inclusion, and Disability” by Marissa Lingen (1/7)

“Speculative Fictions, Everywhere We Look” by Malka Older (2/4)
“Street Harassment Is an Access Issue” by Katharine Duckett (2/4)

Poetry:
“Who Do You Think You Are” by Ada Hoffmann (1/7)
“Elegy for the Self as Villeneuve’s Belle” by Brandon O’Brien (1/7)

“The Death of the Gods” by Leah Bobet (2/4)
“A tenjō kudari (“ceiling hanger” yōkai) defends her theft” by Betsy Aoki (2/4)

Interviews:
Caroline M. Yoachim Interviews Eugenia Triantafyllou (1/7)

Caroline M. Yoachim Interviews Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam (2/4)

Podcasts:

Uncanny Magazine Podcast 32A (1/7)
“Badass Moms in the Zombie Apocalypse” by Rae Carson, as read by Erika Ensign
“Who Do You Think You Are” by Ada Hoffmann, as read by Joy Piedmont
Lynne M. Thomas Interviews Rae Carson

Uncanny Magazine Podcast 32B (2/4)
“And All the Trees of the Forest Shall Clap Their Hands” by Sharon Hsu, as read by Joy Piedmont
“The Death of the Gods” by Leah Bobet, as read by Erika Ensign
Lynne M. Thomas Interviews Sharon Hsu

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