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Final Mythic Delirium submissions update

July 22nd, 2017 No 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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June featured story and poems are live: Krasnoff, Yolen, Taaffe

June 6th, 2017 No Comments

The last featured content from our April–June issue is now free for all to read, bringing our magazine’s fourth year as a digital publication to a close. In “The Ladder-Back Chair,” Nebula Award finalist Barbara Krasnoff details a moving encounter between the living and the dead. 2017 Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Grand Master Jane Yolen describes a brush with grief personified in “Grave Robber.” An inscription in limestone made more than two thousand years ago inspires Ghost

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New features online by Thakrar, Cleto, Wick; submission window closes tonight

May 1st, 2017 No Comments

We start May here at Mythic Delirium Books by marking two incremental milestones. First, our May features story and featured poems from Issue 3.4 are now live on the website. Shveta Thakrar’s sinister tale “Ghost Notes” illustrates how stealing stories can also steal souls, while Sara Cleto’s poem “How to Grieve: A Primer for Witches” seeks sorcerous remedies for real pain, and Jessica P. Wick’s “The Fetch” posits magical means for reclaiming one’s own life. If you don’t want to

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MYTHIC DELIRIUM spring issue is live: new features by Walters, Yolen, Gardner

April 2nd, 2017 No Comments

Mythic Delirium greets Spring 2017 with a heady mix that blends shades of grief and loss, yet has many rays of light to offer. Damien Angelica Walters digs to expose undercurrents of magic that guide a family through a funeral in “On Grief and the Language of Flowers: Selected Arrangements.” In Shveta Thakrar’s “Ghost Notes,” a hunger to steal the stories of others drives a sinister seduction. Barbara Krasnoff details a moving encounter between the living and the dead in

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99 cent celebration sale of Bone Swans and Clockwork Phoenix 5

March 12th, 2017 No Comments

  This sale serves as a dual celebration for Mythic Delirium Books.   We’re combining a celebration of Clockwork Phoenix 5 contributor Barbara Krasnoff’s Nebula Award nomination for her short story “Sabbath Wine” with a too-long-delayed celebration of C.S.E. Cooney’s World Fantasy Award win for her story collection Bone Swans.   We’ve reduced the prices of both ebooks to 99¢ (a $5 discount) and they’ll stay that way through March 19.   Here’s all the places you can snatch them

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March features by Russo, Lindsann, Taaffe are live, and MYTHIC DELIRIUM is open to submissions

March 1st, 2017 2 Comments

The first day of March unlocks new fiction and poetry here at the home of Mythic Delirium magazine, and it unlocks a chance for more poets and fictioneers to join in this venture going forward. • In “Observations on the Trees of Peace, the Chirping Lizards, and the Sea at the End of the World,” Patricia Russo takes us on a strange anthropological journey that involves trees that may be sentient and lizards that may be emissaries from the afterlife.

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CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 5 story by Barbara Krasnoff a finalist for Nebula Awards

February 20th, 2017 No Comments

I was gobsmacked (in the best possible way) to learn this morning that Barbara Krasnoff‘s story from Clockwork Phoenix 5, “Sabbath Wine,” is a finalist for the 2016 Nebula Award for Best Short Story! To celebrate, and to make the task easier for Nebula voters, we’ve made the story available online here for all to read. You can also watch Barbara read excerpts from her story during the February 2016 New York Review of Science Fiction Readings. I’m honored to

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“The Cartographer’s Price” by Suzanne J. Willis is an Aurealis Award finalist

February 19th, 2017 No Comments

I’m thrilled to report that Suzanne J. Willis‘s surreal sorcery story “The Cartographer’s Price” from Mythic Delirium 3.1 (July–September 2016) is a finalist for the 2016 Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Story. The Aurealis Awards recognize achievements in Australian science fiction, fantasy, and horror, with the results decided by panels of judges. The winners will be announced April 14; we wish Suzanne the best of luck. “The Cartographer’s Price” was one of the most popular stories on our site during

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February features now live: new works by Little Badger, Cato, Yolen

February 5th, 2017 No Comments
Art by Paula Arwen Owen

The new month brings new features from the January–March issue. Our fiction feature for February, “The Famine King” by Darcie Little Badger, presents the legend of the wendigo from an ingeniously original angle. Beth Cato’s poem “Preventative Measures” suggests practical advice for battling monsters at an early age, while Jane Yolen’s “Feisty Girls” describes the sort of children Baba Yaga endorses. If you don’t want to wait to read the rest of the issue, and you don’t want to miss

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