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Apex Magazine #24, May 2011

In a strong issue, the protagonists of these three stories find a reality that doesn’t match their expectations or hopes. Jeremy R. Butler tells of a worker in the asteroid belt who dreamed of adventure in space, but instead finds he has … Continue reading

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Apex Magazine Issues #21 and #22, February and March 2011

This review is an overview of the February and March issues, picking out my favourite stories from the two. In the pieces on which I’ll be focusing here, Cat Rambo tells of siblings with an uneasy relationship, which might or … Continue reading

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Apex Magazine Issue #20, January 2011

January derives its name from the Roman god Janus, the god of doorways and gateways and journeys. The god of beginnings and also the god of endings.   Apex Magazine Issue #20 embraces the Janusian name by presenting three stories … Continue reading

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Apex Magazine #19, December 2010

Apex Magazine is a monthly online magazine featuring works of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.  Issue number 19, the December issue, features two new stories, one reprint, and two works of poetry.  In many parts of the world, the month … Continue reading

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Apex Magazine #18, November 2010

When presented with explosive controversy, you can dive right in or look for ways to turn the publicity to more constructive ends. After a recent controversy within the SFF community over anti-Islamic statements, Apex Magazine’s fiction editor Catherynne M. Valente … Continue reading

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