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Apex Magazine - January 2011 (Apex Magazine #20)

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Get your dark science fiction and fantasy short story fix at Apex Magazine. New issue released on the first Monday of every month!
Fiction:
“The Itaweon Eschatology” by Douglas F. Warrick
“The Tolling of Pavlov’s Bells” by Seanan McGuire
“Tomorrow and Tomorrow” by Mary Robinette Kowal

Poetry:
“The Terminal City” by Preston Grassman
“The Unkindest Kiss” by Mike Allen
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Published January 4th 2011 by Apex Publications (first published January 1st 2011)
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Apex Magazine is an online journal published on the first Monday of every month, edited by Catherynne M. Valente. Valente’s submission guidelines give you a clear idea of what to expect to read within Apex’s pixels: “What we want is sheer, unvarnished awesomeness.… We want stories full of marrow and passion, stories that are twisted, strange, and beautiful.” The January issue definitely meets those requirements.

“The Itaewon Eschatology Show” by Douglas F. Warrick is a story that cries out to be...more
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I loved two of the three stories in this volume. "The Tolling of Pavlov's Bells" by Seanan McGuire was straight up awesome -- classic scifi thriller. If you enjoy this story, you'll be pleased to learn that Seanan McGuire also writes as Mira Grant and her book Feed seems to take on some of the issues featured in this short story.

Mary Robinette Kowal is a new favorite author of mine; I haven't met a story of hers I haven't adored. "Tomorrow and Tomorrow" is very insidious -- the horror sneaks up...more
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Catherynne M. Valente was born on Cinco de Mayo, 1979 in Seattle, WA, but grew up in in the wheatgrass paradise of Northern California. She graduated from high school at age 15, going on to UC San Diego and Edinburgh University, receiving her B.A. in Classics with an emphasis in Ancient Greek Linguistics. She then drifted away from her M.A. program and into a long residence in the concrete and cam...more
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