Sunday, April 22, 2018

The Cascadia Subduction Zone Vol. 8, 2

The April 2018 issue of The Cascadia Subduction Zone is out. This issue includes short fiction by Toby MacNutt, a poem by Alicia Cole, an essay by Morgen Tell on a forgotten feminist fantasy film, a Grandmother Magma entry on Angelica Gorodischer by Cristina Jurado, a new column by Karen Burhnam, "Dust Lanes," reviewing short fiction, reviews by Arley Sorg, Nancy Jane Moore, and others, as well an appreciation of Ursula K. Le Guin by Nisi Shawl, and an appreciation of the CSZ's first managing editor, Lew Gilchrist, by Kath Wilham. The issue's featured artist is Erika Steiskal.   

The CSZ is available for purchase at Electronic copies are $3, print copies $5; electronic subscriptions $10, print subscripts $16.

In Memoriam
Ursula K. Le Guin
Lew Gilchrist

Saint Roc Cemetery
  by Alicia Cole
Willow: A Forgotten Feminist Fantasy
  by  Morgen Tell

Flash Fiction
Somatic Market
  by Toby MacNutt
Dust Lanes
Short Fiction Reviews
   by Karen Burnham

Grandmother Magma
Trafalgar, by Angélica Gorodischer
     reviewed by Cristina Jurado 

Book Reviews
Torn, by Rowenna Miller
   reviewed by Kate Schaefer

Liminal Spaces, by Beth Plutchak
  reviewed by Tonya Liburd

Her Own Hero: The Origins of the Women’s Self-Defense Movement, by Wendy L. Rouse
  reviewed by Nancy Jane Moore

Wonderblood, by Julia Whicker
   reviewed by Arley Sorg

Featured Artist
Erika Steiskal

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