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On-line casopisi
« on: 15-10-2011, 00:41:41 »
Nismo ih nesto pominjali. U stvari jedini topik koji sam nasao je za, sad vec pokojni, "Salon Futura". I ne mislim samo na casopise koji striktno postoje samo u e-obliku vec i na one koje posle nekog vremena dozvole download starijih brojeva.

Za pocetak nesto blisko aktuelnim interesovanjima u ovoj nasoj maloj zajednici:

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A decade into the 21st century, the world of books, the world of the arts, the world of criticism have all been caught up in violent, unpredictable change. A large part of this change has been unleashed by a continual stream of technological innovations that impact our daily lives and even our personal as well as professional relationships. Technology is changing how we read and what we read, is challenging the very forms and genres in which we write, and is making criticism and reflection more valuable and necessary than it's ever been.

Despite the many and continual changes reshaping the world of books and the arts, one factor remains constant: work by women writers is always assigned a marginal status in critical venues (except, of course, in venues that focus exclusively on work by women writers).

The CSZ aims to treat work by women as vital and central rather than marginal. What we see, what we talk about, and how we talk about it matters. Seeing, recognizing, and understanding is what makes the world we live in. And the world we live in is, itself, a sort of subduction zone writ large.

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    Here in the Pacific Northwest, we live in the Cascadia subduction zone. Massive, almost unimaginable earthquakes lurk in our past and loom in our future. Frequently we experience “slow earthquakes” that move the earth beneath us, imperceptible except through technology. Occasionally a mountaintop blows, awing us with its power. The denser plate of oceanic crust—the Juan de Fuca Plate—is being forced deep into the Earth's interior beneath the North American continental plate in a process known as subduction, and as the plate encounters high temperatures and pressures that partially melt solid rock, some of this newly formed magma rises toward the Earth's surface to erupt, forming a chain of volcanoes above the subduction zone (Brantley,1994, Volcanoes of the United States).Humans like to think of the earth as the ultimate symbol of stability: hence the cliché “down-to-earth.” But in the Cascadia subduction zone, “down-to-earth” necessarily means something else. To be grounded, here, is to be ever mindful of the plates shifting below us, slipping and striking and moving magma, of sloping fault lines that separate and yet merge, of one plate being inexorably pushed beneath another, with enormous consequences.   

    The Cascadia Subduction Zone aims to bring reviews, criticism, interviews, intelligent essays, and flashes of creative artwork (visual and written) to a readership hungry for discussion of work by not only men but also women. Work by women continually receives short  shrift in most review publications. And yet the majority of readers are women. Ron Hogan writes in an August 2010 post on Beatrice.com, “[Jennifer] Weiner and [Jodi] Picoult, among others, are giving us a valuable critique of a serious problem with the way the [New York] Times [Book Review]—and, frankly, most of the so-called literary establishment—treats contemporary fiction. Which is to say: They ignore most of it, and when it comes to the narrow bandwidth of literature they do cover, their performance is underwhelming, ‘not only meager but shockingly mediocre,’ as former LA Times Book Review director Steve Wasserman said three years ago. And it hasn’t gotten any better since then, leaving us with what Jennifer Weiner describes as “a disease that’s rotting the relationship between readers and reviewers.”

    The relationship between readers and reviewers interests us. We want to bring attention to work critics largely ignore and offer a wider, less narrowly conceived view of the literary sphere. In short, we will review work that interests us, regardless of its genre or the gender of its author. We will blur the boundaries between critical analysis, review, poetry, fiction, and visual arts. And we will do our best to offer our readers a forum for discussion that takes the work of women as vital and central rather than marginal. What we see, what we talk about, and how we talk about it matters. Seeing, recognizing, and understanding is what makes the world we live in. And the world we live in is, itself, a sort of subduction zone writ large. Pretending that the literary world has not changed and is not changing is like telling oneself that Earth is a solid, eternally stable ball of rock.
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Re: On-line casopisi
« Reply #1 on: 02-11-2011, 11:01:26 »
Niko? Ok. Ovaj je od juce/prekjuce :)
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Re: On-line casopisi
« Reply #2 on: 03-11-2011, 19:04:46 »
Hm, baš su požurili... to mu dođe kao morale booster poduhvat, a? :) 
Super je to, naravno, pravo je vreme a i ekipa im je dobra. Njen zadnji Weird Tales izlazi tek u februaru i mada je to naizgled dobro podnela, na fb se videlo koliko je zapravo pogođena i imala je tamo dosta predloga da pokrene nešto svoje, u slišnom fazonu... dakle, super, još jedan važan bukmark.  :!:
 
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Re: On-line casopisi
« Reply #3 on: 28-01-2012, 21:29:16 »
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Re: On-line casopisi
« Reply #4 on: 15-02-2012, 00:17:13 »
Nije casopis, al' neka ga ovde

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Survival of the Fittest: Science Fiction Magazines
« Reply #5 on: 06-03-2012, 20:07:13 »
What a curious species, the science fiction magazine. If you consider that first issue of Amazing Stories, published in April 1926, as the birth of the modern science fiction magazine, then the science fiction magazine has survived in one form or another for nearly 86 years. This despite constant proclamations that science fiction is dying. Why has the science fiction magazine survived as long as it has?
This is not to say a magazine cannot be killed. We have seen countless magazines die, some after only a single issue. But they are inevitably replaced by another magazine, one that is perhaps more durable than its predecessor, one that lasts somewhat longer. And when that one dies, still another comes along to take its place. There is an almost evolutionary battle taking place that has made the science fiction magazine, despite its seeming precariousness, a fit venue for the literature. One might die, but it will be replaced, and never has the species died out entirely.
I think that there are several important reasons for this.
  • Short stories. If genes form the building blocks of life, then short stories are the genes of science fiction magazines. Short stories in the earliest science fiction magazines were simply forms of entertainment, an alternative to the radio in a world where television and even comic books did not yet exist. Over time, however, the short science fiction story became as much an art form as an entertainment. Its transformation from its earliest days in Amazing Stories, into the Campbell Golden Age and peaking, perhaps temporarily, in the 1950s Galaxy and F&SF is a rather remarkable one, especially when you compare some of those novelettes of the 1950s (say, Kornbluth’s “The Marching Morons”) to those of the 1920s or early 1930s. The underlying genetics were (and are) constantly evolving. Even as early as 1942, the letters appearing in Astounding complained about E. E. “Doc” Smith’s latest serial “Second Stage Lensmen” as being too out-dated, not well grounded, with realistic characters and situations. The ongoing dialog between science fiction fans and science fiction writers (neither a mutually exclusive category) fed this rapid evolution.
  • Community. I mentioned the letters in Astounding. Community was, and still is, a big part of the science fiction magazine. Many magazines contained letter columns. They were, perhaps, more useful in pre-Internet days, as a way of sharing thoughts and ideas about the stories in the magazines. They helped to keep the authors and editors honest. Fans would let you know when they liked and didn’t like a story. And the feedback prompted change, consciously or otherwise. Today many of those letter columns have been traded in for online forums, but the underlying concept is the same.
  • Editors. Editors certainly have an impact on the survival of magazines. I look in fascination at the longevity with which some editors have maintained the reigns in the science fiction magazines. Campbell edited Astounding for 33 years until his death in 1971. The current editor of Analog, Dr. Stanley Schmidt, has nearly reached that milestone. Gardner Dozois edited Asimov’s for many years and Sheila Williams has been with that magazine in one capacity or another since its inception. Editors act as gatekeepers and the stories they publish are heavily influenced by their preferences for what makes a good science fiction story. But even here, things evolve. While Campbell was indeed editor of Astounding for 33 years, it was only the remarkable decade of the 1940s where he and Astounding dominated science fiction. Beginning in 1950, Horace L. Gold, editor of Galaxy started publishing a different kind of science fiction story, somewhat in reaction to what Campbell was publishing, and Campbell was left behind. But science fiction stories evolved. And improved.
  • Adaptability. For whatever reason, science fiction magazines seem to be extremely adaptable to change. Sometimes that change is in physical size. Other times it is form. For more than a decade now, many science fiction magazines have provided electronic versions of their magazine. A number of highly respected magazines today, like Lightspeed and Clarkesworld are entirely electronic. There was a period of transition times when it seemed that electronic magazines did not last very long (which, of course, led some people to proclaim the death-knell of science fiction), but we seem to have broken through that transition and found some stability once again. And that is because science fiction magazines and their writers, editors, and fans are all willing to be adaptable to change.
But it is the stories that drives the magazines. It is the stories that win the audiences. For more than 85 years science fiction magazines have provided one of the few commercial outlets for short fiction, and in doing so, they’ve taken the art form from a simple entertainment to a level of respectability as an art that I think was never really even imagined in the days of Hugo Gernsback. Today there are many excellent science fiction magazines producing a seemingly endless stream of outstanding short fiction. And so when I see the occasional proclamation that science fiction is dying–or that the science fiction magazines are dying–I smile inwardly and think about the long history of the magazine and how rugged and tough it is. All of the evidence I see over the course of 85 years and right down to today tells me something different. Science fiction magazines might be evolving. One may drop off here and another pop up there. But dying? I don’t think so. It’s survival of the fittest out there and the science fiction magazines, improbably as it may seem, are among those fittest.
And thank goodness for that. There’s nothing quite like cracking open the latest issue of a science fiction magazine and skimming the table of contents to see what’s in store this month. The magazines have evolved and adapted so well that I am almost never disappointed by what I find.

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Re: On-line casopisi
« Reply #6 on: 09-03-2012, 10:18:15 »

 
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« Reply #7 on: 17-04-2012, 09:57:09 »

 
Perhaps it goes without saying (though I will, anyway) that as an editor of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, writer and lifetime fan of the speculative genres, I’ve read a whole lot of science fiction, fantasy and horror. I’ve read it in published form, critique groups, fanfic, and slush. No surprise, then, that I’ve seen the good, the bad, the awful, and the ugly – not always in the order of published/critique/fanfic/slush, either.

Have I read everything? No. I’ve read a lot, but there are always writers out there that surprise me. They may be the minority of what I read, but they exist. They’re not even rare. As an editor, do I pick the best that I read from the slush? I’m going to be really honest here – I don’t. I pick what I enjoyed enough to want to read again and then still liked. Your story may be technically good. It may even be brilliant. But if it didn’t scare me, make me laugh, or at least buckle my swash, I’m not going to buy it.

I’m not one of those editors who think they’ve read it all and are arbiters of quality because they’ve read a lot of slush. I don’t act snobby about my huge slush pile and brag about it by putting down the unfortunates I reject. I’m just an editor of a small Lovecraft zine. I don’t try to pick the next Hugo. Our zine is far too small to be noticed by the awards committees. If that’s the fate you want for your story, don’t submit to us.

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« Reply #8 on: 08-05-2012, 09:24:02 »

 
 
 
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You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login is a monthly magazine of horror and dark fantasy short fiction which will be published both online and in ebook format. This Kickstarter is intended to help fund the first issue and to get the magazine off the ground.
 
More about the magazine:
In Nightmare‘s pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror. No subject is off-limits, and we will be encouraging our writers to take chances with their fiction and push the envelope.
Edited by bestselling anthologist John Joseph Adams, every month Nightmare will bring you a mix of originals and reprints, and featuring a variety of authors—from the bestsellers and award-winners you already know to the best new voices you haven’t heard of yet. When you read Nightmare, it is our hope that you’ll see where horror comes from, where it is now, and where it’s going.
Nightmare will also include nonfiction, fiction podcasts, and Q&As with our authors that go behind-the-scenes of their stories. Our planned publication schedule each month will include two pieces of original fiction and two fiction reprints, along with a feature interview and an artist gallery showcasing our cover artist. We will publish ebook issues on the first of every month, which will be available for sale in ePub format via our website and also available in other formats such as Kindle and Nook. We will also offer subscriptions to our ebook edition in a variety of formats. Each issue’s contents will be serialized on our website throughout the month, with new features publishing on the first four Wednesdays of every month.
 
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« Reply #9 on: 17-05-2012, 08:01:56 »
Electric Velocipede has posted the You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login for issue #24, set to be published online starting the end of June 2012:
 
Fiction:
  • “Heaven Under Earth” by Aliette de Bodard   (Novelette)
  • “To Dive Into a Godling, Where Life Begins” by Jacques Barcia
  • “For They Heard the First Sound and Trembled” by Jessica Breheny
  • “The Mezzo” by Eli Effinger-Weintraub
  • “Under the Tree” by Tania Hershman
  • “The Leaf” by Erik T. Johnson
  • “Night’s Slow Poison” by Ann Leckie
  • “Cutting” by Ken Liu
  • “The Lotus Eaters” by Michelle Muenzler
Nonfiction:
  • “Content TKTK” by John Ottinger
  • “Blindfold Taste Test” with William Shunn
Cover art by Thom Davidsohn
 
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Re: On-line casopisi
« Reply #10 on: 23-05-2012, 09:08:20 »
 
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Re: On-line casopisi
« Reply #11 on: 24-05-2012, 08:45:58 »

 
 
Djibril al-Ayad is general editor of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, an online magazine of social-political speculative fiction. In the past, TFF published themed issues on Feminist SF and Queer SF, and two guest-edited, themed anthologies are currently in development: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, themed around trans, queer and disability issues with a cyberpunk flavor, edited by Lori Selke; and You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, which will publish colonialism-themed stories from outside of the white, anglo, first-world perspective, edited by this interviewer (which was missing from this site in the past few months mostly due to this project).
 
The story of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login is already too long to be told in an introduction to an interview. To learn more about it, I strongly recommend you read:
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I decided to interview Djibril not just because of the project, but for all the great job The Future Fire has been doing tackling *ticklish subjects*, in the words of Slavoj Zizek: the outsider, the perceived minorities, the voiceless. That was the reason I approached him in the first place to propose the abovementioned anthology. Because he cares. With you, Djibril al-Ayad:
 
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« Reply #12 on: 28-05-2012, 09:30:52 »
jos malo apdejta za The Future Fire:
 
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The initial target of $3000 was surpassed in the first 40 days, so whatever happens now, the colonialism-themed issue of TFF as described below will happen. But if we can reach our new target of $4000 in the next ten days, We See a Different Frontier will not be an issue of a magazine with 7-8 stories, but a full book-length anthology with over 60,000 words of fiction. Please continue to show your love to this project, and spread the word about our extended target.

 
We are raising funds to publish a special issue/anthology of colonialism-themed speculative fiction from outside the first-world viewpoint, co-edited by Fabio Fernandes and published by You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login.
 
Colonialism is still a thorn on the side of humankind. Many of the problems of the Third World, for instance, are due to the social-political-economic matrix imposed on its countries by the First World countries since the 17th century (e.g. the manufacture by European powers of arbitrary borders and tribal conflicts in Africa, and then the creation of Arab countries to defeat the Ottoman Empire in WWI). The balance of power is changing in the 21st Century, but it's still essential to look back if we want to truly understand the forces at play in the political and cultural panoramas of Third World countries—and even in countries that hardly can be labeled as Third World, like the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa).
 
 
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Re: On-line casopisi
« Reply #13 on: 28-05-2012, 09:33:18 »
... a i J.J.Adams je uspesno dostigao zadanu kikstarter kvotu, 10 dana pre roka... bice novih magazina ko pleve.  :) 
 
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« Reply #14 on: 11-07-2012, 08:54:27 »
novi Apex ima stimpankicno kul naslovnicu  :lol:  :
 

 
 
You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login (edited by Lynne M. Thomas) has posted the table of contents for the July 2012 issue.  Cover art is by Bruce Holwerda.
 
 
Fiction
  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by Sarah Monette
  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by Ken Liu
  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by Alec Austin
  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by Kij Johnson

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  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by Lynne M. Thomas
  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by Christopher J. Garcia
  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by Maggie Slater

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« Reply #15 on: 01-08-2012, 08:44:05 »

 
 
Fiction
  • “Heaven Under Earth” by Aliette de Bodard   (Novelette)
  • “To Dive Into a Godling, Where Life Begins” by Jacques Barcia
  • “For They Heard the First Sound and Trembled” by Jessica Breheny
  • “The Mezzo” by Eli Effinger-Weintraub
  • “Under the Tree” by Tania Hershman
  • “The Leaf” by Erik T. Johnson
  • “Night’s Slow Poison” by Ann Leckie
  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by Ken Liu
  • “The Lotus Eaters” by Michelle Muenzler

Nonfiction
  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by John Klima
  • “Content TKTK” by John Ottinger III
  • “Blindfold Taste Test” with William Shunn

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Re: On-line casopisi
« Reply #16 on: 11-09-2012, 09:12:06 »
i jos malo novosti oko ovog casopisa:
 

 
 Electric Velocipede’s Kickstarter Project In the week leading up to Worldcon, I launched You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login. If you’ve never heard of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login it’s an eclectic, speculative fiction magazine. The magazine was founded in 2001 and has published at least two issues (and the occasional double issue) every year since. In 2009 it won the Hugo Award for Best Fanzine. It’s also been nominated for the World Fantasy Award four times and had several of its stories reprinted in year’s best anthologies.


In addition to its critical acclaim, Electric Velocipede has been a place for people to encounter excellent writing that’s just a little different. We particularly pride ourselves on finding new short fiction voices in the field. Among the writers who published early work with Electric Velocipede include Catherynne M. Valente, Hal Duncan, Aliette de Bodard, Rachel Swirsky, Shira Lipkin, and many more.
 
And it’s not just new voices; established writers have also graced Electric Velocipede‘s pages. Jeffrey Ford, Jeff VanderMeer, Liz Williams, Jay Lake, Alex Irvine, Marly Youmans, Chris Roberson, Genevieve Valentine, Ken Liu, and others have all been here, what are you waiting for?
 
We’re looking to raise $5,000 to cover the costs of publishing four issues of the magazine in 2013. We’re putting out two issues in the second half of 2012, so we’ll already be on a quarterly schedule and ready to continue that pace for 2013. At the time of writing this, we’ve raised almost 85% of our funding with more than two weeks to go. Reaching our goal looks very much in our grasp.
 
If that happens, then we can talk about stretch goals. Very simply, every additional $5,000 we raise is another year of Electric Velocipede. But we have a few other ideas, including:
 
  • $500 to create an Electric Velocipede podcast;
  • $2,500 to create an electronic collected print run of Electric Velocipede (issues #1-22);
  • $7,500 to publish a print Best of Electric Velocipede anthology;
  • $2,000 per issue to do a 500 copy print run (cost covers printing and shipping)
We realize that stretch goals are just that, something beyond what you initially ask for. We hope we get the chance to worry ourselves about stretch goals, but it might not happen. The real goal is getting the funding to continue to bring amazing fiction to readers. For those of you who haven’t experienced Electric Velocipede before, here’s a sampling of new and old material that’s online:
 
  • “You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login” by Aliette de Bodard
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« Reply #17 on: 19-09-2012, 08:40:34 »

 
 
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« Reply #18 on: 26-09-2012, 08:28:46 »
Launching October 1st: Nightmare Magazine Edited by John Joseph Adams
 
 

 
The online horror and dark fantasy magazine You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login edited by John Joseph Adams launches on October 1st.
 
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Nightmare is an online horror and dark fantasy magazine. In Nightmare’s pages, you will find all kinds of horror fiction, from zombie stories and haunted house tales, to visceral psychological horror.
 
Edited by bestselling anthologist John Joseph Adams, every month Nightmare will bring you a mix of originals and reprints, and featuring a variety of authors—from the bestsellers and award-winners you already know to the best new voices you haven’t heard of yet. When you read Nightmare, it is our hope that you’ll see where horror comes from, where it is now, and where it’s going.
 
Nightmare will also include nonfiction, fiction podcasts, and Q&As with our authors that go behind-the-scenes of their stories. The publication schedule each month will include two pieces of original fiction and two fiction reprints, along with a feature interview, an artist gallery showcasing our cover artist, and our monthly column about horror, “The H Word.” We will publish ebook issues on the first of every month, which will be available for sale in ePub format via our website and also available in other formats such as Kindle and Nook. We will also offer subscriptions to our ebook edition in a variety of formats. Each issue’s contents will be serialized on our website throughout the month, with new features publishing on the first four Wednesdays of every month.

 
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« Reply #19 on: 30-09-2012, 12:55:29 »
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You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login is a monthly magazine of horror and dark fantasy short fiction which will be published both online and in ebook format. This Kickstarter is intended to help fund the first issue and to get the magazine off the ground.
 


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« Reply #20 on: 30-09-2012, 20:54:19 »
jep, podržala sam mu prvi broj priorderom, zanimalo me kakva će biti razlika između kupljenog i onlajn izdanja.
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« Reply #21 on: 30-09-2012, 21:12:23 »
I kakva je? Ja citam njegov Lightspeed i on, mislim, ima novelu vise u e-izdanju.
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« Reply #22 on: 30-09-2012, 21:24:14 »
ništa mi još nije stiglo, verovatno će tek sutra da legne na kindle.
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« Reply #23 on: 01-10-2012, 09:56:48 »
zapravo, J.J. poslao prvenca kao mail attachment.  :)
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« Reply #24 on: 02-10-2012, 03:45:11 »
5$ je mnogo u odnosu na 2$ kolko kosta lightspeed.
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« Reply #25 on: 02-10-2012, 07:37:56 »
 
Priorder za prvenca je bio $2.99 a nudila se i opcija godišnje pretplate sa popustom, nešto oko $35. Mislim da je cena prihvatljiva, ali nisam uzela tu opciju zato što sam već preplavljena magazinima, ne stignem da pročitam ni ove na koje sam pretplaćena. A bilo je malko i logističkog štucanja oko lansiranja, otud i slanje preko mejla.
 
 
Dear Nightmare supporter,
Thanks again for supporting Nightmare Magazine and helping us launch this new venture. Attached you will find our debut issue in both epub and mobi format. We had hoped to have our fancy new store software setup but it's been a bit recalcitrant, so we'll take it out behind the shed and whip it into shape and hopefully get it working properly some time tomorrow.
Meanwhile, we didn't want to delay getting you your ebook edition of issue 1, so here it is! (And if you're a backer who selected a reward tier that comes with additional goodies, never fear! Those will be on the way to you soon.)

I hope you enjoy reading issue #1 as much as I enjoyed putting it together. If you do, by all means, please tell a friend!

Best,
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John Joseph Adams
Publisher/EditorNightmare Magazine
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« Reply #26 on: 02-10-2012, 07:44:31 »
 Što se sadržaja tiče, izgleda da će onlajn verzija imati em nešto manje priloga, em će biti dostupni u etapama, što je prilično dobro rešenje sa njegove strane. Juče sam imala vremena samo da prozujim kroz sadržaj, ali dopada mi se materijal, zapala mi za oko priča Lairda Barrona i intervju sa Straubom.
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« Reply #27 on: 04-10-2012, 07:58:11 »
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Arc was created as a digital publication and is designed to be easily read on a wide range of digital devices.  To read Arc on the device of your choosing, be it Apple, Android or a PC, download the Zinio app, or if you'd prefer a DRM-free e-pub version then visit Google Play.
 
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« Reply #28 on: 09-10-2012, 08:39:27 »
Eclipse Online is now live with the awesome new story by Christopher Rowe, "The Contrary Gardener"! There's also a fantastic editorial post by Jonathan Strahan where he talks Eclipse past, present and future. Read both the You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login and "You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login" at our website, the new home of Eclipse! And don't forget, we'll be bringing you two brand new stories each month, we're just getting started...!
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« Reply #29 on: 09-10-2012, 15:56:59 »
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OK so FINALLY the first copy of Michael Moorcock's New Worlds magazine is available. This is an e-zine featuring 4 original stories by new writers, an exclusive non fiction piece by Iain Banks, some general reviews, links to news, a gallery of art work etc etc and 4 videos filmed at last years British Library talks, of which further will sections will be published in future issues. We will be creating a feedback page and WILL take all our feedback under consideration. This is our first issue and we have worked hard for a zero cash investment to try and get this out, it will improve over the coming weeks and if you buy issue 1 now and we add content later, you will have access to this too. Below will be a short lesson on how to buy the mag. Please enjoy and feel free to vent your spleen on these pages until our feedback pages are up and running.

First you need to register at the website, which at the moment FB is blocking (one of the problems we are working on) but it is newworlds dot co dot uk

After this you will get an email asking you to verify your address, once you have done so then you can spend three of your hard earned pounds and purchase issue 1!

Our non fiction, news and reviews section will be opening up for contributions, as will our art and music areas, this experiment, should it succeed will NOT just be about fiction but anything that is speculative and just plain weird, we will publish details of this in due course.

Thanks for the patience.

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Cerebim Seraphim
By Luke R Pebler

Zerk and Me.
by Laura E. Goodin

Follow Me Through Anarchy
by Jetse de Vries

Cradle and Ume
by Geoffrey W Cole


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A Rand-t!
By Iain Banks

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« Reply #30 on: 12-10-2012, 08:35:46 »
For its latest issues, Lovecraft eZine departs from Lovecraftian Horror, landing in the realm of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login.
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« Reply #31 on: 15-10-2012, 09:00:23 »
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« Reply #32 on: 08-11-2012, 08:31:06 »
PKD Otaku #26
 
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« Reply #33 on: 14-11-2012, 09:02:27 »

 
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( i ovi malko pate od logistickog stucanja oko lansiranja...)
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« Reply #34 on: 14-11-2012, 13:59:55 »
Cita li neko Apex?
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« Reply #35 on: 11-12-2012, 07:07:54 »
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Cita li neko Apex?



samo onaj free4all deo...  :oops:




nego, apdejt:









Kaže Doktorov na BoingBoingu:


Geoffrey sez, "In April of 2011, Boing Boing posted that Michael Moorcock's New Worlds was coming back to life. Well, Issue 1 went live this past October. The website is slick and the stories are great, there is only one problem: no one seems to know that New Worlds has returned. I know Boing Boing hates to see the good citizens of the interwebs miss out on anything grand, so I had to pass this along."


And it is grand. There's an essay by Iain Banks on Ayn Rand and L Ron Hubbard, ferchrissakes (but the annoying regwall is really annoying).


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« Reply #36 on: 23-01-2013, 13:57:56 »
 

 
ISF # 3 will be available for free download after 25 January 2013.
 
 
The first number of 2013 will feature 4 short stories, one article, one interview an two reviews.
ISF # 3 JANUARY 2013
TOC
EDITORIAL
Ricardo Loureiro (Fiction Editor)
FICTION:
Simon Jones (Australia)
Crystal Koo (Philippines)
Gerson Lodi-Ribeiro (Brazil)
Fernando Pina (Portugal)
ARTICLE
Jess Nevins – Pulp Scifi under German, Russian, Japanese and Spanish Totalitarism
INTERVIEW
Cristian Tamas interviews Professor Arielle Saiber with a focus on Italian SF
REVIEWS
Sean Wright Reviews two Singaporean International Speculative Fiction Anthologies
Jorge Candeias Reviews three Short Stories written by International Speculative Fiction Authors
COVER ART
Hauke Vagt (Germany)
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« Reply #37 on: 01-03-2013, 08:08:29 »
An amazing revival: Classic sci-fi magazine makes its way to web
 
 

 
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« Reply #38 on: 01-03-2013, 08:53:36 »
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« Reply #39 on: 01-03-2013, 10:15:21 »
To sad vec postaje vise od slucajnosti i pukog tipfelera. Ako pogledas sadrzaj The Apes of Wrath, naci ces ovo:
 
Foreword by Rupert Wyatt, director of The Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Introduction by Richard Klaw, editor

"Tarzan's First Love" by Edgar Rice Burroughs
"Quidquid volueris" by Gustave Flaubert
"A Report to an Academy" by Franz Kafka
"Her Furry Face" by Leigh Kennedy
"Evil Robot Monkey" by Mary Robinette Kowal
"Godzilla's 12 Step Program" by Joe R. Lansdale
"Rachel in Love" by Pat Murphy
"Murders in the Rue Morgue" by Edgar Allen Poe
"The Maze of Maâl Dweb" by Clark Ashton Smith
"Deviation From A Theme" by Steven Utley
"Dr. Hudson's Secret Gorilla" by Howard Waldrop
"The Cult of the White Ape" by Hugh B. Cave
"The Apes and the Two Travelers" by Aesop
“After King Kong Fell” by Philip Jose Farmer
"The Ape Box Affair" by James Blaylock
"Faded Roses" by Karen Joy Fowler
"Red Shadows" by Robert E. Howard

Comics essay by Scott Cupp
Literature essay by Jess Nevins
Movies essay by Rick Klaw
Gorilla Men essay by Mark Finn
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« Reply #40 on: 07-03-2013, 09:28:01 »

 
 
Stories this issue :
The Seafarer by Tobias S. Buckell
Painted Birds and Shivered Bones by Kat Howard
A Stranger Comes to Kalimpura by Jay Lake
The Indelible Dark by William Browning Spencer
The Prayer of Ninety Cats by Caitlín R. Kiernan
The Syndrome by Brian Francis Slattery
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« Reply #41 on: 12-04-2013, 08:43:35 »

da ostane zabelezeno:
 
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Seven years ago Eclipse One was published and went on to be part of one of the most respected original science fiction and fantasy anthology series of its time, featuring major awards winners and nominees, stories destined to become classics, and either winning or being nominated for the World Fantasy, Aurealis, Ditmar, and Locus awards.

In October 2012 Jonathan Strahan and Night Shade Books decided to relaunch Eclipse as Eclipse Online, an online magazine featuring two new previously unpublished stories and artwork by Kathleen Jennings each month. Eclipse Online has featured stories by Christopher Rowe, K.J. Parker, Eleanor Arnason, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Lavie Tidhar, Christopher Barzak, Genevieve Valentine, F. Brett Cox, Susan Palwick, Peter M. Ball, E. Lily Yu and An Owomoyela.

It is with sadness, therefore, that we are announcing that Eclipse Online has ceased publication effective immediately. All stories in inventory have been returned to their authors, and no new stories will be considered for publication. All authors have been paid. Any queries regarding other payments should be directed to Night Shade Books.

Editor Jonathan Strahan said today: “While I am disappointed to see Eclipse Online close, I will always be grateful to Jason Williams, Jeremy Lassen, Ross Lockhart, and the team at Night Shade Books for their enthusiastic and energetic support of Eclipse over the past seven years. It was a joy and privilege to work with the authors and with Night Shade to produce such wonderful work, and I am deeply grateful to them all. There are no future plans for Eclipse at this time, but Night Shade will always be a critical, valued part of its past.”
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« Reply #42 on: 09-05-2013, 08:48:04 »
(Z. Zivkovic kao skoro pa tema.)
 
Editor Roberto Mendes has sent in the table of contents for the new issue of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login Magazine:
 
 
 

 
 
 
FICTION:
  • “The Astronomer” by Zoran Živkovic
  • “The Bird Catcher” by S.P. Somtow
  • “Algorithms for Love” by Ken Liu

 
NON-FICTION:
  • The Metaphysical Fantasias Of Zoran Živkovic — Michael A. Morrison
  • Fantastika And The Literature Of Serbia: A Conversation With Zoran Živkovic — Michael A. Morrison
  • Reviews By Jorge Candeias And Sean Wright

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« Reply #43 on: 22-05-2013, 09:50:14 »

 
 
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« Reply #44 on: 04-06-2013, 09:45:54 »
Angel011 reaguj!  :)
 

 
 
Novelets
  • “Oh Give Me A Home” by Adam Rakunas
  • “The Year Of The Rat” by Chen Qiufan
  • “Kormak The Lucky” by Eleanor Arnason
  • “In The Mountains of Frozen Fire” by Rus Wornom
Short Stories
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  • “Half A Conversation, Overheard While Inside an Enormous Sentient Slug” by Oliver Buckram
  • “The Man Who Married The Snow” by Ken Altabef
  • “The Miracle Cure” by Harvey Jacobs
  • “The Heartsmith’s Daughters” by Harry R. Campion
  • “The Nambu Egg” by Tim Sullivan
Departments
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  • Books by James Sallis
  • Plumage From Pegasus: Flipping Genres For Fun And Profit by Paul Di Filippo
  • Films: A Familiar Cyclone And Its Twisted Debris by Kathi Maio
  • Science: Aliens Inside You by Pat Murphy And Paul Doherty
  • Coming Attractions
  • Curiosities by Mark Esping
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« Reply #45 on: 22-09-2013, 11:38:08 »
Random House Launches Flipboard Magazines Curated by Margaret Atwood and for George R.R. Martin Fans













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« Reply #46 on: 14-10-2013, 10:46:26 »

 
 
Editors Jack Fisher & Sean Wallace are launching a new magazine: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, a new online magazine of dark fantasy fiction.
Here’s the table of contents for the premiere issue:
Here’s the table of contents…
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  • “What Lies at the Edge of a Petal is Love” by Rachel Swirsky
  • “By My Voice I Shall Be Known” by Angela Slatter
  • “Another Mouth” by Lisa L. Hannett
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« Reply #47 on: 07-11-2013, 14:54:59 »
 

 
Arc manor has posted the November 2013 issues of You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login, the online/downloadable magazine edited by Mike Resnick. Here’s the table of contents for the issue:
 
 
FICTION
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« Reply #48 on: 11-11-2013, 09:04:37 »







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Co-editors Laurel Sills and Lucy Smee became friends in a cold, dark, terrifying caravan in Wales at the 2013 Sci-Fi Weekender. A combination of delirium, excitement and hypothermia inspired them to start the kind of publication that they would want to read – one that’s insightful, funny and analytical. With a shared interest in feminism and speculative fiction, they decided for Issue#1 to look at the underrepresentation of women in the past, present and future, and to celebrate all the wonderful things that women in genre fiction have already achieved.


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Website Launch: THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH Edited John Joseph Adams and Hugh Howey






 

Editor John Joseph Adams has launched the website companion for The Apocalypse Triptych, a trio of anthologies he’s co-editing with Hugh Howey being released in stages starting next year.



Here’s what the anthologies are about:


Edited by acclaimed editor John Joseph Adams and bestselling author Hugh Howey, THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH is a series of three anthologies of apocalyptic fiction, exploring three different facets of the form:

THE END IS NIGH: pre-apocalyptic stories—exploring the world on the brink of collapse. (Forthcoming June 2014)

THE END IS NOW: apocalyptic stories—exploring the end of the world as it happens. (Forthcoming December 2014)

THE END HAS COME: post-apocalyptic stories—exploring life after the end of the world. (Forthcoming June 2015)

 THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH will include stories by authors such as Paolo Bacigalupi, Seanan McGuire, Ben H. Winters, Elizabeth Bear, Scott Sigler, Robin Wasserman, and many more. Additionally, each volume will include a brand new story by Hugh Howey set in the world of his bestselling novel Wool.

 Don’t want to risk missing out on news about THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH? Sign up for John Joseph Adams’s free newsletter (sent out no more than once or twice a month) to receive updates about THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH, as well as news about his other editorial projects.


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Like John’s other anthology websites, the site for The Apocalypse Triptych will be loaded with tons of great content, like:

•Tables of Contents
•Contributors bios
•Free Reads
•Author Interviews

…and more.
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