Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The Cascadia Subduction Zone, Vol. 2, 1

I'm pleased to announce that the new issue of The Cascadia Subduction Zone-- the first of our second year of publication-- is out! In addition to a full complement of reviews, it has an essay by our own Josh Lukin on disability in literary criticism in general and Anne Finger's brilliant short fiction in particular, another essay by Mary Meriam on Lilian Faderman, Kij Johnson on Margaret Cavendish, and a poem by Anne Sheldon. If you aren't already a subscriber, this would be an excellent time to subscribe, especially since we have a special-- supplemental-- issue on Joanna Russ in the works, which we intend to distribute to subscribers without additional charge. And if you're subscription has expired, surely you'll want to renew! You can do both of those things here.

Here's the Table of Contents of the new issue:

Ishmael in Love: Anne Finger and the Reclamation of Disability by Josh Lukin
My Muse by Mary Meriam
History Lesson by Anne Sheldon
Grandmother Magma
The Blazing World by Margaret Cavendish reviewed by Kij Johnson

With Fate Conspire by Marie Brennan reviewed by Ebony Thomas
Master of the House of Darts by Aliette De Bodarda reviewed by Deb Taber
The Kingdom of Gods by N.K. Jemisin reviewed by Mikki Kendall
Mr. Fox by Helen Oyeyemi reviewed by Nic Clarke
Distances by Vandana Singh reviewed by Ama Patterson
Song of the Swallow by K. L. Townsend reviewed by Karen Szymczyk
Featured Artist
Marilyn Liden Bode

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