Uncanny Magazine Issue 49 Cover and Table of Contents!

Coming November 1st, the 49th issue of the Hugo Award-winning Uncanny Magazine!!

All of the content will be available in the eBook version on the day of release.

The free online content will be released in 2 stages- half on day of release and half on December 6.

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Uncanny Magazine Issue 49 Table of Contents:

Cover:
The Light Between the Sea by Maxine Vee

Editorials:
“The Uncanny Valley” by Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas
“The Horny Body Problem” by Meg Elison

Fiction:
“Rabbit Test” by Samantha Mills (11/1)
“Transference” by Vivian Shaw (11/1)
“The Other Side of Mictlān” by Matthew Olivas (11/1)

“Travelers’ Unrest” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman (12/6)
“can i offer you a nice egg in this trying time” by Iori Kusano (12/6)
“Earth Dragon, Turning” by Anya Ow (12/6)

“To Walk the River of Stars” by Emily Y. Teng (11/1)

Reprint:
“A Fall Counts Anywhere” by Catherynne M. Valente (12/6)

Nonfiction:
“The Necessity of Trans Joy” by Izzy Wasserstein (11/1)
“For Your Re-Consideration” by Jennifer Marie Brissett (11/1)

“Across the Afterverse: A Conversation with Afropunk SF/F Author Alex Smith” by Alex Jennings (12/6)
“What Do the Dying Know?” by Karen Heuler (12/6)

Poetry:
“A Dead, Divine Thing” by Eshqin Ahmad (11/1)
“Crossing” by Ewen Ma (11/1)

“Sang Kancil at the Protest” by May Chong (12/6)
“A Testament of Bloom” by Taiwo Hassan (12/6)
“I Am a Little Hotel” by Ai Jiang (12/6)

Interviews:
Vivian Shaw interviewed by Caroline M. Yoachim (11/1)

Iori Kusano interviewed by Caroline M. Yoachim (12/6)

Podcasts:
Episode 49A (November 1): Editors’ Introduction, “Rabbit Test” by Samantha Mills, as read by Erika Ensign “Crossing” by Ewen Ma, as read by Erika Ensign, and Lynne M. Thomas interviewing Samantha Mills.

Episode 49B (December 6): Editors’ Introduction, “Travelers’ Unrest” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman, as read by Matt Peters, “A Testament of Bloom” by Taiwo Hassan, as read by Matt Peters, and Lynne M. Thomas interviewing Nina Kiriki Hoffman.

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