Crossed Genres, one of the best speculative, short fiction magazines out there, has announced that they will be shutting down after their December issue, citing a mix of health and financial issues.
This week’s stories are about dying languages, about the stuff of dreams crossing on over—and about how the world can come to an end more than once.
This week’s stories are about what happens to women who aren’t seen by the world around them as fully realized human beings.
This week’s stories feature some brave, brilliant women who aren’t afraid to communicate with aliens—or face their own mortality.
I love the idea of Menial, a new anthology from the peeps at Crossed Genres coming in January. We've had plenty of anthologies about space admirals and cosmic heroes — but how about the people who actually get their hands dirty keeping the spaceship flying? The engineers, mechanics, and even sanitation workers?
Greatest Uncommon Denominator is selling its latest issue as a PDF for just 25 cents (instead of $3.50), and you can download five issues for just $3.00. But the price goes up tomorrow, so move fast!