Friday, June 29, 2012

The Cascadia Subduction Zone, Vol. 2 No. 3

The Summer issue of The Cascadia Subduction Zone is out!

The issue begins with a tribute to poet and theorist Adrienne Rich, who made an enormous contribution to feminism as we know it today, and includes poetry by Alex Dally MacFarlane and Kiik A.K., Graham Joyce's thoughts on Angela Carter's magnificent Nights at the Circus, a very personal essay by Abby Koenig on that expensive, tricky sfnal procedure known as IVF, reviews of new work from Samuel R. Delany, N.K. Jemison, Nancy Kress, and others, and concludes with the art of Meredith Scheff. If you aren't a subscriber, you can purchase a single issue or subscribe here. For me, personally, Thomas Foster's essay-review of Nalo Hopkinson's Report from Planet Midnight alone is worth the price of the issue.

Current Issue
Vol. 2 No. 3 — July 2012

In Memoriam: Adrienne Rich
  by L. Timmel Duchamp

Back at Day 1, Again
  by Abby Koenig
  by Kiik A.K.
wedding in the uncut hair
of the meadow
  by Kiik A.K.
Most Beautiful in Death
  by Alex Dally MacFarlane

Grandmother Magma
Nights at the Circus
by Angela Carter
  reviewed by Graham Joyce

Through the Valley
of the Nest of Spiders

by Samuel R. Delany
  reviewed by Victoria Garcia

Report from Planet Midnight
by Nalo Hopkinson
  reviewed by Thomas Foster

The Killing Moon
by N.K. Jemisin
  reviewed by Ebony Thomas

Fountain of Age
by Nancy Kress
  reviewed by Cynthia Ward

Beyond Binary: Genderqueer and Sexually
Fluid Science Fiction

edited by Brit Mandelo
  reviewed by Paige Clifton-Steele

Featured Artist
Meredith Scheff

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