Apex Magazine Issue 91

Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month EDITORIAL Words from the Editor in Chief Jason Size FICTION Uncontainable Helen Stubbs I Remember the Future Michael A Burstein The Love It Bears FaiApex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month EDITORIAL Words from the Editor in Chief Jason Size FICTION Uncontainable Helen Stubbs I Remember the Future Michael A Burstein The Love It Bears Fair Maidens K.T Bryski Red Christmas Lavie Tidhar NONFICTION Interview with Author Helen Stubbs Andrea Johnson Tropes as Eraser A Transgender Perspective Keffy R.M Kehrli Remembering the Future Past An Interview with Author Michael A Burstein and Filmmaker Klayton Stainer Eileen Maksym By the Cover Lesley Conner Interview with Cover Artist Billy Nu ez Russell Dickerson POETRY How to Know If Your House is Haunted and What to Do M Brett Gaffney The Familiar Donna Ison
Apex Magazine Issue Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction fantasy and horror magazine featuring original mind bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field New issues are released on the first Tues

  • Title: Apex Magazine Issue 91
  • Author: Jason Sizemore Lavie Tidhar K.T. Bryski Helen Stubbs Lesley Conner Eileen Maksym Keffy R.M. Kehrli Michael A. Burstein
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Apex Magazine Issue 91”

    1. FICTIONUncontainable by Helen Stubbs (3/5)I Remember the Future by Michael A. Burstein (4/5)The Love It Bears Fair Maidens by K.T. Bryski (3/5)Red Christmas by Lavie Tidhar (3/5)NONFICTIONTropes as Eraser: A Transgender Perspective by Keffy R.M. Kehrli (4/5)By the Cover by Lesley Conner (3/5)POETRYHow to Know If Your House is Haunted and What to Do by M. Brett Gaffney (4/5)The Familiar by Donna Ison (3/5)

    2. Really enjoyed 'Uncontainable' by Helen Stubbs and the non-fiction essay 'Tropes as Erasers: A Transgender perspective' Keffrey R.M Kehrli (very important look at how toxic trans representation can be in sf and fantasy). Not so keen on 'The Love it Bears Fair Maidens' by K.T. Bryski (should definitely come with a t.w.) and couldn't finish 'Red Christmas' by Lavie Tidhar.

    3. rating for:- uncontainable by helen stubbs. i really liked this story, but the ending was unsatisfying. also i'd have liked a little more on (view spoiler)[the partial babies henny was carrying around (hide spoiler)]. 3 stars- how to know if your house is haunted and what to do by m brett gaffney. this poem was lots of fun, i really enjoyed it. 3.5 stars- the love it bears fair maidens by k.t. bryski. just excellent, but definitely tw for content. 3.5 stars- the familiar by donna ison. i enjoyed [...]

    4. 3/5. Positive: My favourite story was The Love It Bears Fair Maidens. My favourite poem was The Familiar. I also liked Uncontainable, How to Know, I Remember the Future, and I really liked the non-fiction piece Tropes as Erasers.Negative: There was one story I didn't like.

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