Uncanny Magazine Issue 27 Cover and Table of Contents!
Coming March 5, THE TWENTY-SEVENTH ISSUE OF THE 2016, 2017, & 2018 HUGO AWARD-WINNING UNCANNY MAGAZINE!!!
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Uncanny Magazine Issue 27 Table of Contents
Christopher Jones- Traveler
The Uncanny Valley (3/5)
Karen Osborne- “The Dead, In Their Uncontrollable Power” (3/5)
Tina Connolly- “A Sharp Breath of Birds” (3/5)
Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam- “Every Song Must End” (3/5)
Marie Brennan- “Vīs Dēlendī” (4/2)
Silvia Moreno-Garcia- “On the Lonely Shore” (4/2)
A. T. Greenblatt- “Before the World Crumbles Away” (4/2)
Aliette de Bodard- “The Dragon That Flew Out of the Sun” (3/5)
Tracy Townsend- “Courage to the Sticking Place: Connecting SF/F Students with Creators” (3/5)
Briana Lawrence- “All in Good Fun: How Fanfiction Reignited My Passion for Writing” (3/5)
Marissa Lingen- “That Never Happened: Misplaced Skepticism and the Mechanisms of Suspension of Disbelief” (4/2)
Suzanne Walker- “We Are What They Grow Beyond: Star Wars and the Extended Universe” (4/2)
Beth Cato- “Childhood Memory from the Old Victorian House on Warner” (3/5)
D.A. Xiaolin Spires- “Taho” (3/5)
Cassandra Khaw- “things you don’t say to city witches” (4/2)
Sandi Leibowitz- “Wendy, Waiting” (4/2)
Chloe N. Clark- “Other Forms of Conjuring the Moon” (4/2)
Caroline M. Yoachim Interviews Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam (3/5)
Caroline M. Yoachim Interviews A. T. Greenblatt (4/2)
Karen Osborne- “The Dead, In Their Uncontrollable Power,” as read by Stephanie Malia Morris
Beth Cato- “Childhood Memory from the Old Victorian House on Warner,” as read by Erika Ensign
Lynne M. Thomas Interviews Karen Osborne
Marie Brennan- “Vīs Dēlendī ,” as read by Erika Ensign
Cassandra Khaw- “things you don’t say to city witches,” as read by Stephanie Malia Morris
Lynne M. Thomas Interviews Marie Brennan