“Three Expeditions” by Dennis Mombauer. Translated and adapted from German by our editor Olivia Hofer tell the story of three strange expeditions that embark at the same time to very different places. The mountain, the well, and the river all promise something, but soon, they begin to blur into each other and their attributes shift as the expeditions close in on their destination.
“Nuclear Mysticism” by George Salis. A magical realist story about the bombs falling and exploding in slow motion, over the course of years, on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
“MRI” by Shona Kinsella. When Fathiya attends hospital for an MRI scan, she is terrified of what the results might show. Little did she know that getting out of the machine would be the real problem.
“From Harvest Red to Winter White” by Laila Amado. Inspired by the Slavic folklore, this is a story of young witch who must embrace her powers and uncover a terrible family secret if she is to save her only friend from a fate worse than death.
That Interview with Tamsyn Muir.
Article on the “Futures” from Radix Media,
Reviews of the “Wanderers” by Chuck Wendig, “Dead Astronauts” by Jeff Vandermeer, and Borges’ “The Book of Sand”.