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Our CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 story by Kenneth Schneyer a Theodore Sturgeon Award finalist

May 5th, 2014 No Comments

Once again, we’re extending our heartfelt congratulations to Clockwork Phoenix 4 contributor Kenneth Schneyer. His story from our pages, “Selected Program Notes from the Retrospective Exhibition of Theresa Rosenberg Latimer,” is now a Theodore Sturgeon Award finalist on top of being a Nebula Award finalist.   Given by the Center for the Study of Science Fiction at Kansas University, the Sturgeon Award honors the best science fiction short stories of the year.   Ken has some great competition for both

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May featured content from MYTHIC DELIRIUM 0.4 now online

May 5th, 2014 No Comments
Painting by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, courtesy National Gallery of Art. Design by Mike and Anita Allen.

May’s features from our newest issue, Mythic Delirium 0.4, are now online.   This month’s new fiction comes from Cedar Sanderson. “Milkweed” is a bittersweet story of common ground found between human and fey.   Our poems this month take revisionist looks at time-honored fairy tale notions. “The Silver Comb” by Mari Ness adds to the terror of the banshee a twist of longing, and Jane Yolen’s “Never Told” presents us with the flip side of Happily Ever After.  

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New featured poems from the MYTHIC DELIRIUM archives

May 4th, 2014 No Comments

I’m proud to present three more poems from our print archives, free for your entertainment consumption, all of them originally published in 2012.   From Issue 26:   • The first draft of John Philip Johnson’s “Plutoid” was written in one of my ReaderCon poetry workshops. I admire its gritty take on life in space, how it pulls no punches over its brutish and short span.   • Virginia M. Mohlere’s “This Illusion of Flesh” is a beautiful work that’s

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Amazing Stories, Tor.com, Strange Horizons review MYTHIC DELIRIUM 30

April 29th, 2014 No Comments

We’re proud to share this wistful and heartwarming review of Mythic Delirium 30 from Amazing Stories blogger Diane Severson Mori.   She not only breaks down the issue poem by poem by poem, but includes links to audio recordings, and as well as tributes to Mythic Delirium written by several of the poets, which was a wonderful surprise. She also makes note of how well poems from Mythic Delirium fared with the Rhysling Awards over the past decade: “It speaks

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CLOCKWORK PHOENIX stories reprinted in THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF SF BY WOMEN

April 25th, 2014 No Comments

I’m very proud to announce that two stories from the Clockwork Phoenix series will be included in a major new anthology, The Mammoth Book of SF by Women, edited by Alex Dally MacFarlane and due out later this year.   The stories Alex chose:   • “On the Leitmotif of the Trickster Constellation in Northern Hemispheric Star Charts, Post-Apocalypse” by Nicole Kornher-Stace from Clockwork Phoenix 4   • “Tomorrow Is Saint Valentine’s Day” by Tori Truslow from Clockwork Phoenix 3

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Read a CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 story by Campbell nominee Benjanun Sriduangkaew

April 21st, 2014 No Comments

Congratulations to Clockwork Phoenix 4 contributor Benjanun Sriduangkaew, who is a finalist for the 2014 John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer.   Benjanun has rapidly built of a body of work that has obviously caused people in the sf/fantasy field to sit up and take notice. In 2013, her stories appeared in Clarkesworld, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, the End of the Road and We See a Different Frontier anthologies, and of course our own Clockwork Phoenix 4. Her story

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Read three stories from CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 3

April 17th, 2014 No Comments
CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 3 trade paperback

I’m pleased to be able share three stories from our anthology Clockwork Phoenix 3: New Tales of Beauty and Strangeness.   Marie Brennan re-imagines the story of the expulsion from Eden in “The Gospel of Nachash.”   C.S.E. Cooney shares a dark and bittersweet tale of love, transgressions and vengeful spirits in her novelette “Braiding the Ghosts.”   Cat Rambo offers a hallucinatory future vision in “Surrogates.”   I hope you enjoy these. Come back for more!   #SFWApro

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New MYTHIC DELIRIUM x 2

April 3rd, 2014 2 Comments

We’ve just released two different issues of Mythic Delirium.   Mythic Delirium 0.4 wraps up our first year publishing our zine in digital form. This faery-themed spring issue explores myth and garden magic.   Our April featured content from our new issue is free for the pickings: “Seedpaper,” a new short story from Rhonda Parrish; and poems “a recipe” from Lynette Mejía and “Princess: A Life” from Jane Yolen, the latter a part of Jane’s new series of Sleeping Beauty-themed

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Contents of MYTHIC DELIRIUM 0.4, April-June 2014

March 17th, 2014 No Comments

The weather might not seem to agree, but spring really is around the corner.   So is the next issue of Mythic Delirium. In honor of the season, we’ve assembled an issue loosely centered around fae creatures and garden magic. Rhonda Parrish, Cedar Sanderson and Yukimi Ogawa provide the stories this time around, with poetry from Jane Yolen, Mari Ness, Beth Cato, Lynette Mejía and Sandi Leibowitz.   Here’s the full table of contents for the issue, grouped by the

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Kenneth Schneyer’s CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 story a Best of Podcastle finalist

March 13th, 2014 No Comments

So, not only is Kenneth Schneyer‘s Clockwork Phoenix 4 story “Selected Program Notes from the Retrospective Exhibition of Theresa Rosenberg Latimer” a finalist for the Nebula Award — the audio version is now a finalist in the Podcastle Best of 2013 poll.   I want to say again how proud we are to have given Ken’s story its first home, and we hope you’ll check it out in whichever form you prefer most.   #SFWApro

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