… like the one I mentioned the other day, here are some not-broken stories for you to go and enjoy, one new and a few not-so-new, all by people I know personally and do crit with (or have done), but that’s not why I’m recommending them — I’m recommending them because they’re good:
- “As We Report to Gabriel” by Tina Connolly, in the current Fantasy Magazine — er, no, I can’t sum it up, so just go bask.
- “Superhero Girl” by Jessica Lee, in a Fantasy from about a year and a half ago. I don’t wanna spoil it but will say it’s beautiful melancholy superhero fiction.
- “Songdogs” by Ian McHugh, over at PodCastle. (Yeah, a podcast.) The warning warns one about the violence and disturbing imagery, but… well, Ian does that stuff right. If you’re not into podcasts, read it here instead.
- “The Blue Wonder” by Chris Kammerud, from much earlier this year in Strange Horizons. More beautiful melancholy superheroish fiction, thought sweet without being syrupy.
Enjoy. More from me later, I have some writing to do for now.