Issue 76 – January 2013

Editorial

2012 Reader's Survey

Now that 2012 is over, it's time for our annual reader's survey. In this year's survey, you'll have the opportunity to select your favorite stories and cover art from our 2012 issues, provide some us with some feedback, and optionally, tell us a bit about yourself. Feel free to use the comments on this post to help promote your favorites. (No attacking other people's choices.)

Participants that provide their email address will be placed in the running for one of three free copies of our next volume in our annual anthology series, Clarkesworld: Year Three. Contest is open to readers from all countries.

You can take the survey at
http://clarkesworld2012.questionpro.com.

This survey will close on January 28th and the results will be published in our February issue.

2012 Fiction

2012 Cover Art


Rockman by Arthur Wang


Pilot by Alexander Trufanov


Dead Space Girl by Sergio Diaz


Place to Ponder by Steve Goad


Sci-fi Farmer by Jessada Sutthi


Target Detected by Max Davenport


Launch Day by Cristi Balanescu


Space Journey by Martin Faragasso


Awe at Thistledown by Angel Nieves


Breaking Through by Julie Dillon


New World by Ken Barthelmey


The Lost City by David Demaret


Thank you and Happy New Year!

Author profile

Neil Clarke is the editor of Clarkesworld Magazine, Forever Magazine, and several anthologies, including the Best Science Fiction of the Year series. He is a ten-time finalist and current winner of the Hugo Award for Best Editor (Short Form), has won the Chesley Award for Best Art Director three times, and received the Kate Wilhelm Solstice Award from SFWA in 2019. His latest anthology, New Voices in Chinese Science Fiction (co-edited with Xia Jia and Regina Kanyu Wang), is now available from Clarkesworld Books. He currently lives in NJ with his wife and two sons.

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