Clarkesworld Magazine, Issue 19 (Clarkesworld Magazine, #19)

FICTION After Moreau By Jeffrey Ford Flight By Jeremiah SturgillNON FICTION Not Now, Sweetie, Daddy S Worldbuilding By Tim Pratt Refusing To Be The Same An Interview With KJ Bishop By Jeff VanderMeerClarkesworld Magazine, Issue 19 (Clarkesworld Magazine, #19)

Neil Clarke is best known as the editor and publisher of the Hugo and World Fantasy Award winning Clarkesworld Magazine. Launched in October 2006, the online magazine has been a finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine four times winning three times , the World Fantasy Award four times winning once , and the British Fantasy Award once winning once Neil is also a eight time finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Editor Short Form , three time winner of the Chesley Award for Best Art Director, and a recipient of the Kate Wilhelm Solstice Award In the thirteen years since Clarkesworld Magazine launched, numerous stories that he has published have been nominated for or won the Hugo, Nebula, World Fantasy, Sturgeon, Locus, BSFA, Shirley Jackson, WSFA Small Press, and Stoker Awards.Additionally, Neil editsForevera digital only, reprint science fiction magazine he launched in 2015 His anthologies include Upgraded, Galactic Empires, Touchable Unreality, More Human than Human, The Final Frontier, Not One of Us, and the Best Science Fiction of the Year series His latest anthology, The Eagle has Landed, was published in July 2019.He currently lives in New Jersey with his wife and two sons.

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10 thoughts on “Clarkesworld Magazine, Issue 19 (Clarkesworld Magazine, #19)

  1. says:

    I read in like 10 minutes, I want my 10 minutes back To be fair, I haven t read the story that this one makes fun of or rewrites, but I found this unspeakably bad..human animal hybrids, inter species mating to put it politely..least the author spared us the raunchy details on that

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