Uncanny Magazine Issue Seven

Welcome to Uncanny Magazine Issue Seven! All of the content will be available for purchase as an eBook (PDF, EPUB, MOBI) on November 3, 2015. The free online content will be released in 2 stages—half on November 3, and half on December 1.

Featuring all–new short fiction by Ursula Vernon, Elizabeth Bear, Karin Tidbeck, Yoon Ha Lee, and Alex Bledsoe, classic fiction by Alaya Dawn Johnson, nonfiction by Annalee Flower Horne and Natalie Luhrs, Aidan Moher, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Deborah Stanish, poems by Mari Ness, Sonya Taaffe, and Lisa M. Bradley, interviews with Yoon Ha Lee and Alex Bledsoe, and Julie Dillon’s The Archivist on the cover.

All that plus two podcasts!

Episode 7A (November 3): Editors’ Introduction, Ursula Vernon’s “Wooden Feathers” (as read by Max Gladstone and Amal El–Mohtar), Mari Ness’s “The Thirteenth Child” (as read by Erika Ensign), and an interview with Ursula Vernon conducted by Deborah Stanish.

Episode 7B (December 1): Editors’ Introduction, Karin Tidbeck’s “A Call to Arms for Deceased Authors’ Rights” (as read by Erika Ensign), Lisa Bradley’s “Aboard the Transport Tesoro” (as read by Amal El–Mohtar), and an interview with Karin Tidbeck conducted by Deborah Stanish.

About Our Cover Artist: Julie Dillon


Julie Dillon is a Hugo Award–winning artist living in California. She has had a lifelong love of fantasy and sci–fi art and literature, and is excited to be making her own contribution to the field. Over the years, she has worked on book covers, magazine illustrations, gaming illustrations, and a variety of other commissions, and she is currently working on branching out into creating more of her own work. Her website is www.juliedillonart.com and you can follow her on Twitter at @juliedillon.


In The Issue