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November 2019 ISSUE

Perfect Gun

This episode features “Perfect Gun” written by Elizabeth Bear. Originally published in Infinity Wars, edited by Jonathan Strahan, and reprinted in the November 2019 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine and read by Kate Baker.

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November 2019 ISSUE

Perfect Gun

She had 36DD turrets and a 26-inch titanium alloy hull with carbon-ceramic plating. Double-barrel exhaust and a sleek underbelly. Her lines were magnificent. I had to stop myself from staring. I wanted to run my hand along her curves.
I turned away, spat in the dust not too far from the dealer’s feet, and shrugged.
“Finish is [...]

June 2018 ISSUE

The Deeps of the Sky

This episode features “The Deeps of the Sky” written by Elizabeth Bear. Originally published in Edge of Infinity, edited by Jonathan Strahan. Reprinted in the June 2018 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine and read by Kate Baker.

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June 2018 ISSUE

The Deeps of the Sky

Stormchases’ little skiff skipped and glided across the tropopause, skimming the denser atmosphere of the warm cloud-sea beneath, running before a fierce wind. The skiff’s hull was broad and shallow, supported by buoyant pontoons, the whole designed to float atop the heavy, opaque atmosphere beneath. Stormchases had shot the sails high into the stratosphere and [...]

May 2012 ISSUE

Another Word: Dear Speculative Fiction, I'm Glad We Had This Talk

Look.
I’m sitting down to have this conversation with you as a friend, as somebody who loves you. As somebody who’s devoted thirty-odd years of her life to you.
We’ve all made some mistakes. We’ve all had moments in our lives when we got a little self-important, maybe. Where our senses of humor failed us.
I’m as guilty [...]

January 2007 ISSUE

Orm the Beautiful

Orm the Beautiful sang in his sleep, to his brothers and sisters, as the sea sings to itself. He would never die. But neither could he live much longer.
Dreaming on jewels, hearing their ancestor-song, he did not think that he would mind. The men were coming; Orm the Beautiful knew it with the wisdom [...]