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Letter from the (temporary) Editor, September 2022
I’m just back from Chicago, where I saw a number of current and future Sunday Morning Transport authors, as well as many readers. It was wonderful to visit with you and to hear how the stories we’re publishing are brightening your weekends!
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Speaking of our authors, we’re already a bit into the month of September (how is it already September) and Elizabeth Bear’s incredible story, “The Part You Throw Away,” is online and arrived in email inboxes on Sept. 4. This coming Sunday, September 11, Malka Older’s “Locked Pod” mystery will arrive from the distant reaches of space. Stephanie Feldman’s “The Sorcerer’s Test” will charm readers on Sunday, September 18. And C.S.E Cooney and Carlos Hernandez bring September to a dazzling close with “Captain Comeback Saves the Day” on September 25.
As well, we’re delighted to share the second Irregulars Q&A panel recording (which took place in August for paying subscribers to join in and ask questions) with authors Margaret Dunlap, Maurice Broaddus, Will Alexander, and me. This fantastic discussion could have gone on a lot longer — and we hope to have them all back again. The link to the recording is below for easy viewing. Stay tuned for the next Irregulars announcement this fall if you’re a paying subscriber!
Julian will return to his Editor in Chief duties in October, so this may be my last letter for a bit. As always, it is a joy to see your comments on the online stories and in social media, and we are looking forward to sharing the Sunday Morning Transport Journey with you for a long time.
All our best for the month of September,
Fran Wilde and the entire Sunday Morning Transport crew
Julian, Fran, Kaitlin, and Delia
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