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Issue 51 of Apex Magazine ready to be consumed

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Apex Publications Blog: Matters of SF, Fantasy, and Horror | 0 comments

The latest issue of our Hugo Award-nominated fiction zine is ready for you to read! This month we feature fiction by the likes of Charlie Jane Anders, Brian Trent, and Christopher Barzak. Tansy Rayner Roberts contributes a great non-fiction essay, and Maggie Slater interrogates the talented Christopher Barzak. The striking cover art comes from the mind of Carrie Ann Baade. Fiction “Victimless Crimes” by Charlie Jane Anders “A Matter of Shapespace” by Brian Trent “Sister Twelve: Confessions of a Party Monster” by Christopher Barzak Nonfiction “Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief” by Lynne M. Thomas “Fantasy Art, Fishnets, and Red Sonja’s Chainmail Bikini” by...

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Glitter & Mayhem Update! Author Q&As and some mad videos

Posted by on Feb 13, 2013 in Apex Publications Blog: Matters of SF, Fantasy, and Horror | 0 comments

The Glitter and Mayhem Kickstarter is quickly approaching $10,000 with a few days left to hit our goal. To celebrate, two super awesome book trailers have been released: the swank and the scary. Lynne, Michael, and John also asked some of the contributing authors to answer a few questions about their party lifestyles and all things glittery. Here are Tansy Rayner Roberts and William Shunn’s answers. What about the theme drew you to the anthology? TRR: Rollerskates! Glamour! I’ve been a teeny bit wild about roller derby since I read Derby Girl by Shauna Cross (the book that was turned into the awesome Whip It! movie) and this anthology just sounded so exciting to...

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Apex Magazine Issue 44 released!

Posted by on Jan 1, 2013 in Apex Publications Blog: Matters of SF, Fantasy, and Horror | 0 comments

Guess what? Apex Magazine issue 44 has been released! The new issue contains stories by Eugie Foster, Lettie Prell, and Tansy Rayner Roberts. Sarah Kuhn (of AlertNerd.com) contributes an interesting essay titled “All the Real (Geek) Girls” addressing the short-sighted recurring statements about real “geeky” women in genre made by high profile male figureheads. Maggie Slater interviews Eugie Foster about her Apex story, her inspiration, writing humor, and more. We’re still waiting on Weightless and B&N to get the latest issue posted, but you can buy it from Apex and Kindle right now. Buy from Apex Buy from Amazon for Kindle devices and...

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