Welcome along to Speculative Fiction News. What do we have this week? Lots of new fiction, for one.
This week’s Fiction Flashback from Electric Velocipede: Enmity by K. Tempest Bradford.
At Fantasy: You Have Been Turned into a Zombie by a Friend, by Jeremiah Tolbert.
At PodCastle: The Landholders no Longer Carry Swords, by Patricia Russo.
At Lightspeed: Recording Angel, by Ian McDonald.
At tor.com: A Wild Cards story, Ghost Girl Takes Manhattan, by Carrie Vaughn.
Redstone SF #14 is up and available.
Crossed Genres issue #31, Heroes and Heroines, is out.
Clarkesworld’s July issue is up.
Abyss & Apex’s third quarter issue is up and available onsite.
This month’s free ebook from Phoenix Pick is Solis by A. A. Attanasio. This is the code you’ll need to get it for free: 99922191. Go here to procure your copy.
Lightspeed and Fantasy are holding a fundraising drive. And there’s prizes! Find out more here.
Redstone SF is now an SFWA qualifying market. Way to go, Redstone!
SF Squeecast has launched. What is SF Squeecast, you ask? It is, to quote, “a periodic podcast in which a group of Science Fiction and Fantasy professionals squee about things SFnal, in a neverending panel discussion of vague positivity.” To find out who the regular contributors are, check our their About page.
The Crossed Genres anthology, Fat Girl in a Strange Land, is now open to subs and will remain so until September 30th.
Tales of the Unanticipated appears to be dead.
Kaleidotrope is closed to submissions until Jan 1st, 2012.
Bete Noire is closed to subs until September 1st.
And that’s about it for this week, folks. Hope you’re all going well, and write on!