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Letter from the Editor: April 2022
Late as in the late Arthur Dent.
April showers bring May flowers and four new stories. Also a slight delay in your regularly scheduled editor’s letter, so let’s jump right in.
You’ll probably already have read Julia Rios’s amazing “Goodnight Room.” If you missed it, stop reading this and go check it out, you won’t be sorry. While this is its first professional publication, Julia’s story originally debuted on An Archive of Our Own, and is the first in our occasional series of stories that have never been published professionally online.
This Sunday, we follow it up with Cassandra Clarke’s “Barnacles”, a masterclass in world building, about how families are always more complicated than they may seem.
Next Sunday, E.C. Myer’s “Hello From Tomorrow” follows the theme of complicated family relationships, social media, and exploration with characters who will grab hold of your heart and take you to the stars.
We round out April with Maureen Dowd’s “No One Knows How this Feels” — a post-cyberpunk tale that absolutely takes the zeitgeist and makes something new and remarkable from it.
As always, the latter three stories are only available to our paid subscribers. If you’re not a paid subscriber, please consider becoming one today!
For anyone who missed it we held the first of our “Sunday Morning Irregulars” calls with a few of our authors, Kat Howard, Juan Martinez, and Brian Francis Slattery, in March. Paid subscribers can see the stream here, and look forward to another call in May.
I’m not one to add tedium to tardiness, so I’ll sign off now. As usual, we'd love to hear from you, you can reach us at email@example.com. Be well, and I’ll talk to you again next month.