Uncanny Magazine, Issue 19: November/December 2017 #2020

Uncanny Magazine, Issue 19: November/December 2017 Lynne M. Thomas Michael Damian Thomas Julia Rios Sam J. Miller Lara Elena Donnelly Karin Tidbeck Sarah Monette Tina Connolly Uncanny Magazine Issue November December The November December issue of Hugo Award winning Uncanny Magazine Featuring new fiction by Sam J Miller Lara Elena Donnelly Karin Tidbeck Sarah Monette Tina Connolly Troy L Wiggins and Tans

  • Title: Uncanny Magazine, Issue 19: November/December 2017
  • Author: Lynne M. Thomas Michael Damian Thomas Julia Rios Sam J. Miller Lara Elena Donnelly Karin Tidbeck Sarah Monette Tina Connolly
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  • Page: 191
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  • Uncanny Magazine, Issue 19: November/December 2017 Lynne M. Thomas Michael Damian Thomas Julia Rios Sam J. Miller Lara Elena Donnelly Karin Tidbeck Sarah Monette Tina Connolly The November December 2017 issue of Hugo Award winning Uncanny Magazine Featuring new fiction by Sam J Miller Lara Elena Donnelly, Karin Tidbeck, Sarah Monette, Tina Connolly, Troy L Wiggins, and Tansy Rayner Roberts, reprinted fiction by Zen Cho and Rachel Swirsky, essays by Dimas Ilaw, Tim Pratt, Mallory Yu, Mari Ness, and Natalie Luhrs, and poetry by Nin HarrisThe November December 2017 issue of Hugo Award winning Uncanny Magazine Featuring new fiction by Sam J Miller Lara Elena Donnelly, Karin Tidbeck, Sarah Monette, Tina Connolly, Troy L Wiggins, and Tansy Rayner Roberts, reprinted fiction by Zen Cho and Rachel Swirsky, essays by Dimas Ilaw, Tim Pratt, Mallory Yu, Mari Ness, and Natalie Luhrs, and poetry by Nin Harris, Sharon Hsu, Sara Cleto Brittany Warman, Betsy Aoki, Cassandra Khaw, Valerie Valdes, Millie Ho, and Dominik Parisien, interviews with Sam J Miller Lara Elena Donnelly and Tansy Rayner Roberts by Shana DuBois, a cover by Julie Dillon, a guest editorial by Julia Rios, and an editorial by Lynne M Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas.
    Uncanny Magazine, Issue 19: November/December 2017 Lynne M. Thomas Michael Damian Thomas Julia Rios Sam J. Miller Lara Elena Donnelly Karin Tidbeck Sarah Monette Tina Connolly

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    One thought on “Uncanny Magazine, Issue 19: November/December 2017”

    1. Making Us Monsters by Sam J Miller and Lara Elena Donnelly was great There is so much going on in that story Afterwards I immediately looked up Sassoon and Wilfred Owen.I also liked The Bone Plain by Karin Tidbeck The First Witch of Damansara by Zen Cho was a reprint and I would swear I ve read it somewhere before I loved it and it was my absolute favorite from this issue.

    2. As usual I loved this issue of Uncanny My favourite parts 1 How to Survive An Epic Journey by Tansy Rayner Roberts This is a fantastic retelling of the Jason and the Argo from a female perspective Great voice and prose 2 Making Us Monsters by Sam J Miller and Lara Elena Donnelly I loved the idea of framing this piece around historical characters writing letters and these letters being received out of time This story was also full of so many feels, and so many queer feels I finished it and immedi [...]

    3. The Bone Plain by Karin Tidbeck 4 stars Wow what a dark story holy heck Once I found out the author was nordic I was likeof course she is Pipecleaner Sculptures and Other Necessary Work by Tina Connolly 5 stars This was my favorite story of the collection Connolly s skill to evoke so much emotion in such a short piece waswow How To Survive an Epic Journey by Tansy Rayner Roberts 1 star I don t understand this new trend of retelling stories by just rewriting them with slang It s not interesting t [...]

    4. There are definitely some good stories in here my favourite was Tansy Rayner Roberts How to Survive and Epic Journey , but with some of them I was left with that I m too dumb for short stories feeling that I often get That s okay though I m only going to get better at digesting short stories by reading them, I guess.I ll keep working on it.

    5. My favorite stories from this issue are How to Survive an Epic Journey by Tansy Rayner Roberts and Pipecleaner Sculptures and Other Necessary Work by Tina Connolly

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