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Tor’s offerings for August include three pieces, one long and two short, which lean more towards science fiction rather than fantasy. The fourth, excerpted from a collection, is purely fantastic.
Tor.com published two original pieces of short fiction in January, covering two areas close to my heart: Japan and monkeys.
Tor.com tipped their hat to the holidays this December by giving readers a strange and wondrous Christmas story from respected science fiction authors Michael Swanwick and Eileen Gunn. (Two additional Christmas stories, which were originally featured in 2009 and re-posted … Continue reading
Halloween may be the annual celebration most closely associated with October, but Tor.com is also making this the month of its new yearly tradition of “steampunk fortnight,” honoring that currently ubiquitous subgenre. During this period both the articles and the short fiction appearing on the … Continue reading