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Join us in celebrating the 20th anniversary issue of MYTHIC DELIRIUM!

April 2nd, 2018 1 Comment
Cover art by Hjalmar Wåhlin

Twenty years: that’s cause for celebration. Amazing as it is to herald two decades of this magazine, that’s not the only number we’re toasting. This issue is the 20th since Mythic Delirium became a web and ebook publication. Not to mention, the print version of Mythic Delirium encompassed 30 issues total, so that makes this issue the 50th overall. The very first issue of Mythic Delirium appeared in spring 1998, printed in a teeny apartment on a cheap inkjet printer

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February featured story and poems at MYTHIC DELIRIUM are live: Donohue and Cato

February 6th, 2018 No Comments
Cover art by Ruth Sanderson

Our featured story and featured poems for February have gone live on our site. Jennifer R. Donohue’s “A Thing with Feathers” conjures a haunting vision of immense injustices and small acts of defiance. Nebula Award and Rhysling Award finalist Beth Cato provides two poems this month. A woman resurrects herself in “This Body Made,” the poem that inspired our spectacular cover art by Ruth Sanderson. In “After Her Brother Ripped the Heads from Her Paper Dolls,” a bullied girl prepares

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The Winter 2018 issue of MYTHIC DELIRIUM is live: features by Goh, Clarke, Raymond

January 1st, 2018 No Comments
Cover art by Ruth Sanderson

Where I live, winter hasn’t brought snow, but it has brought the first Mythic Delirium issue of 2018, and that’s a thing to celebrate. The new works we’re presenting venture into the shadows, and few who follow after will emerge unscathed. In “When the Bough Breaks,” Jaymee Goh shows us how terrible it can be to see the warning signs, supernatural and not, when those with power won’t heed them. A heartbreaking injustice burns at the core of Jennifer R.

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2017 MYTHIC DELIRIUM summation and award eligibility post

December 5th, 2017 2 Comments

On the surface, this was a pretty laid back year for Mythic Delirium Books, at least in the sense that we didn’t publish any books. But our magazine came out like clockwork, and behind the scenes we stayed pretty frantically busy. (Our forthcoming book Latchkey by Nicole Kornher-Stace won’t be the last of such announcements.) Below, alphabetically by author, are all the original stories and poems first published in Mythic Delirium magazine in 2017. Short stories “The Desert Cure” by

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December features at Mythic Delirium now live: new works by Mohamed, Lee, Kopaska-Merkel

December 4th, 2017 No Comments
Cover by Lasse Paldanius

Our final features to offer from the Fall 2017 issue of Mythic Delirium have gone live. Here’s what we’re serving up to help you navigate the holiday season: Premee Mohamed’s wonderfully playful “The Water and the World” picks up the baton of oceanic (and perhaps even Lovecraftian?) mythology and dashes full speed into the hyper-media-saturated world of professional sports. In “Lotus Moon,” Rhysling Award winner Mary Soon Lee provides a compelling glimpse into the history of King Xau, the main

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More honorable mentions for stories from Mythic Delirium Books

October 16th, 2017 No Comments

Ellen Daltow, editor of the Best Horror of the Year series, has released her longlist of 2016 honorable mentions. We’re pleased and proud to share that seven stories and poems from our publications made the list. From Clockwork Phoenix 5 Barbara Krasnoff, “Sabbath Wine” Sonya Taaffe, “The Trinitite Golem” A. C. Wise, “A Guide to Birds by Song (After Death)” From Mythic Delirium Alisa Alering, “We Will Hold,” Mythic Delirium 2.4 (Apr/Jun 2016) Carina Bissett, “Swimming with the Shark Boys,”

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The fall issue of Mythic Delirium is here! New features: Van Pelt, Walters, Mohlere

October 1st, 2017 No Comments
Cover by Lasse Paldanius

Our autumn issue is here, full of work that we suspect you’ll find strangely uplifting — in the case of at least one story, literally so. We offer this new issue of Mythic Delirium in the spirit of sharing the fun we have as science fiction publishers. James Van Pelt joins us for the first time with “The Elevator Illimitable,” a story that demonstrates the range of adventures one can have while standing in the same spot day after day.

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August Mythic Delirium features are live: new works by Odell, Crow, Taaffe

August 1st, 2017 No Comments

August brings the latest round of featured works from the current issue of Mythic Delirium. “Resistance on a Park Bench, with Stale Bread and Ducks,” Sandra M. Odell’s askew take on the apocalypse, holds a resonant message and some tasty bread for the birds. In “Other People’s Tragedies,” frequent Mythic Delirium contributor Jennifer Crow reflects on the difference between what’s lived and what’s observed. Sonya Taaffe, another frequent Mythic Delirium contributor, touches on summer and the underworld in “On the

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Final Mythic Delirium submissions update

July 22nd, 2017 2 Comments

Hello, folks! To everybody who submitted stories and poems to us during the spring reading window: as of today, you should have received a response, whether it be rejection, acceptance, or a request for revisions. If you’ve gotten no response at all, you should send a query to mythicdelirium@gmail.com so we can figure out what’s up. There will be no other reading window this year. I’m really excited about the lineup that’s coming together. Next year, 2018, will be this

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The summer Mythic Delirium is live: new features by Larson, Yolen, Ness

July 3rd, 2017 No Comments
Cover by Paula Arwen Owen

Our summer 2017 issue begins Mythic Delirium’s fifth year as a digital magazine. We’re pleased to welcome “Dispo and the Crow” author Rich Larson to our pages. Having previously appeared in our our sister publication, Clockwork Phoenix, Larson is an author who has been generating a lot of buzz. The end-of-the-world theme in his story carries over into up-and-coming writer Sandra Odell’s even quirkier “Resistance on a Park Bench, with Stale Bread and Ducks.” This is Odell’s first appearance in

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