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Deb Layne (wheatland_press) has announced that Polyphony Seven will be released, around July 1st. Here's the table of contents, followed by a link for you to purchase, because of course you should. The Bravest Girl I Ever Knew by Howard Waldrop Dr. Black at the Red Demon Temple by...

Reposted around a lot, I'm sure, but this is a really freaky image. It looks like worms beneath human skin, but it's actually Spring on Mars. Spring has sprung on Mars, bringing with it the disappearance of carbon dioxide ice (dry ice) that covers the north...

In 2002, the Polyphony anthology series debuted. Conceived as a short fiction venue for stories that would skate gracefully across the boundaries of science fiction, fantasy, magic realism, and literary fiction, it was quickly recognized as the standard bearer for cross genre work. Since then,...

The podcast of my reading of 'Under the Red Sun' is now live at Terra Incognita SF. It's a sizeable story, and though I haven't listened to the end product--like most people I have no particular desire to hear myself--I figure it's about forty minutes or...