Looking forward to reading these beauties from Word Horde!
Jennifer Marie Brissett’s short stories can be found in The Future Fire, Lightspeed Magazine, Motherboard VICE, Uncanny Magazine, Morpheus Tales, APB: Artists against Police Brutality and other publications. Her debut novel, Elysium, received the Philip K. Dick Award Special Citation and has been a finalist for the Locus… Read More ›
Short stories about a singularity where we upload our consciousness into a computer are not in short supply. Will Ludwigsen wrote a good, humorous one not too long ago and even popular television shows like The 100 have played with… Read More ›
Drifting signifiers of sounds and shapes attach to words and attach to meanings. There is a gap between one person’s schema of meaning and another’s. Inside this gap, weird fiction nestles down and wrestles with confusion. In the case of… Read More ›
Nathanial Hawthorne was probably a racist. Frankly, how could he not be? He was living in a time and place and culture where racist ideas were widely held and widely accepted. In his work, there is a distinct sense that… Read More ›