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  • Subjective Chaos Kind of Awards 2023 Finalists
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  • Concern After Ekpeki Detained By CBP in LA
    Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki was reportedly detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection authorities at the Los Angeles Airport on February 23. LA author Woody Dismukes has been asking people to signal boost this message: Jason Sanford noted on Twitter: “Ekpeki … Continue reading
  • Uncanny Magazine Issue 51 Launches 3/7
    The 51st issue of Uncanny Magazine, winner of six Hugos and a British Fantasy Award, will be available on March 7 at  Hugo Award-winning Publishers Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas are proud to present the 51st issue of their six-time Hugo Award-winning … Continue reading
  • Flash Gordon, Mars, and Murania
    By Lee Weinstein: Atmospheric disturbances are creating worldwide turmoil. Buildings collapse as hurricanes and floods rage, while scientists heatedly argue about the cause.  No, I’m not referring to the current effects of climate change. These are the disasters visited on … Continue reading
  • Remembering Richard Matheson
    By Steve Vertlieb: Born February 20th, 1926, Richard Matheson was one of a small handful of science fiction/fantasy writers whose profound, subtle prose elevated the genre to sublime eloquence. He was one of my very favorite writers from childhood until … Continue reading
  • Author Finds Uses for an AI Art Program
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  • Pixel Scroll 2/24/23 Worst Pixel, Filed On Ugliest Scroll
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