Recent Fiction

We Have a Cultural Difference, Can I Taste You?

by Rebecca Ann Jordan

18 April 2016

I wriggle, delighting in all of these things in me. I want to digest them all.

Podcast: We Have a Cultural Difference, Can I Taste You?

by Rebecca Ann Jordan, read by Anaea Lay

18 April 2016

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Rebecca Ann Jordan's "We Have a Cultural Difference, Can I Taste You?"

This Is a Letter to My Son

by KJ Kabza

11 April 2016

When I was little, I didn't understand. I'd tap the icons on my tablet randomly, looking for her. Dad would have to help. "Mommy's right here," he'd say, pointing to the icon of the white bird. His warm hand folded over my tiny one, guiding my finger to the bird's neck.

Podcast: This Is a Letter to My Son

by KJ Kabza, read by Anaea Lay

11 April 2016

In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents KJ Kabza's "This Is a Letter to My Son."

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