Monday, July 23, 2018

The Cascadia Subduction Zone, Vo. 8, 3


The summer issue of The Cascadia Subduction Zone is out. In it you will find flash fiction ("Roots" by Sara Codair and "The Canonization of Junipero Serra" by Nancy Jane Moore), poetry (by Gwynne Garfinkle and Alexandra Seidel), and a memorial to Kate Wilhelm and Gardner Dozois. And of course it has reviews: Karen Burnham's column "Dust Lanes," Amy Thomson's appreciation of Suzette Haden Elgin's linguistic sf for our "Grandmother Magma" column, and reviews by Kathleen Alcalá and others of four new novels. Finally, the issue's featured artist is Jeanne Gomoll, who gives us a taste of her on-going "Space Babe" series.

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





Vol.8, 3 (July 2018)



In Memoriam 
 
Kate Wilhelm and Gardner Dozois

Poems 
 
jungle red
   by Gwynne Garfinkle
The Shadow of the Peak
    by Alexandra Seidel

Flash Fiction
 
Roots
    by Sara Codair
The Canonization of Junipero Serra
    by Nancy Jane Moore

Grandmother Magma 
 
Suzette Haden Elgin’s Native Tongue and Láadan
   reviewed by Amy Thomson

Dust Lanes 
 
Stories in Capricious #9, edited by A.C. Buchanan
   by Karen Burnham

Book Reviews 
 
The Mere Wife, by Maria Dahvana Headley
   reviewed by Kathleen Alcalá

Medusa Uploaded, by by Emily Devenport
   reviewed by Phoebe Salzman-Cohen

A Study in Honor, by Claire O'Dell
  reviewed by Cynthia Ward

The Invisible Valley, by Su Wei
   reviewed by Arley Sorg

Featured Artist 
 
Jeanne Gomoll

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