Susan Palwick is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Nevada, Reno. She has published four novels, all with Tor--the most recent is 2013's Mending the Moon--and a story collection with Tachyon, The Fate of Mice. Her work has won the IAFA Crawford Award and the ALA Alex Award, and has been shortlisted for the World Fantasy and Mythopoeic Awards.

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FICTION by Susan Palwick in Issue 96 – September 2014

Kerry and Frank were taking out the recycling first thing Tuesday morning when Dan Rappaport came driving by in his pickup. He’d called them with the bad news half an hour ago, so he was the last person Frank had expected to see outside the house. “The pass is closed,” Dan said, his breath steaming […]

Going After Bobo

REPRINT FICTION by Susan Palwick in Issue 91 – April 2014

I was the only one home when the GPS satellites finally came back online. It was already dark out by then, and it had been snowing all afternoon. I’d been sitting at the kitchen table with my algebra book, trying to concentrate on quadratic equations, and then the handheld beeped and lit up and the […]
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