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Interview: S.B. Divya

S.B. Divya (she/any) is a lover of science, math, fiction, and the Oxford comma. She is the Hugo and Nebula nominated author of Meru (2023), Machinehood, Runtime, and Contingency Plans for the Apocalypse. Her stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, and she was the co-editor of Escape Pod from 2017–2022. Divya holds degrees […]

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No Astra without Aspera

I grew up reading a lot of hard science fiction, particularly the vintages from the 1970s and 80s, which probably isn’t too surprising given my current occupation (astrobiologist). I liked how the books would challenge my imagination but kept me grounded within physical reality (give or take a few conceits as necessary). What I found […]

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The Suffering Body Problem

As a millennial, what was I to do when I got COVID but announce it on the internet? I was miserably ill with the Delta variant of the novel coronavirus. I ran the typical fever, had the characteristic fatigue and the long cough. I had not been so sick in decades. I felt the sapping […]

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Thank You, Patreon Supporters!

Uncanny Magazine would like to thank the following people for supporting us on Patreon. This magazine would not be possible without their support.   Space Unicorn Ranger Corps RECRUITS Catharine Roseberry, Katie Sinkoski, Jennifer Hisrich, Jenny Barber, Danielle, Mr. Robin White, Andrew Gregg, Anitra Heiberg Lykke, Andrew S. Fuller, Aleksi Stenberg, Damien Neil, Not_the_brain,  james […]

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Interview: Haralambi Markov

Haralambi Markov is a Bulgarian fiction writer, reviewer, & editor with a background in content creation, who currently works as a freelance writer. He was the first ever Bulgarian to be accepted to attend the Clarion Writers’ Workshop in 2014. His work has appeared in Tor.com, Evil in Technicolor, Weird Fiction Review, Stories for Chip, […]

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Wax Sealed With a Kiss

“For the Present is the point at which time touches eternity.” ―C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters   “I love you, and I love you, and I want to find out what that means together.” ―Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone, This Is How You Lose the Time War   A letter is a time capsule. A […]

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