Sunday, 11 August 2019

New issue 2019.50

“I don’t want you to be hopeful. I want you to panic. I want you to feel the fear I feel every day. And then I want you to act.”

—Greta Thunberg

Issue 2019.50: Jubilee issue

  • Cover artist: Pear Nuallak
Novelettes
Poetry
This issue is free to read online

5 comments:

  1. I love reading and talking about *other* work in magazine issues that happen to include my own fiction, and this golden jubilee issue of The Future Fire was no exception. I wrote about it on Twitter, and you can read my story/poem recaps in the link below, to get a taste for what this tremendously cohesive issue does.

    Thanks, fellow creators! It was a pleasure to share a ToC with you!

    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1161120360449941510.html

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  2. Congrats on completing issue #50! Lovely work as always!

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  3. Over at the Barnes & Noble SFF blog, Maria Haskins has lovely things to say about Ada Hoffmann’s “Fairest of All,” which she calls “a beautifully wrought, aching and painful, yet ultimately hopeful story, with characters that really got under my skin.” Lots of other recommendations worth checkiing out in this month’s roundup, too.

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    1. Maria Haskins also includes "Fairest of All" in her Recommended Reading List for 2019, which again has an excellent range of stories to look at. A great place to see what you might have missed this year…

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  4. Karen Burnham’s short fiction roundup for the last quarter of 2019, over at Locus Magazine spends a few paragraphs talking about the jubilee issue of TFF in some detail. She has especially nice things to say about “The Furious Chisel”, “And You Will Know Us By Our Monsters”, “Goodbye, Snow Child”, “Fairest of All”, and the poems “Walking on Knives” and “Not a Princess, But (Yes) There Was a Pea”.

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