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Interview: Valerie Valdes

Valerie Valdes lives in an elaborate meme palace with her husband and kids, where she writes, copyedits, and moonlights as a muse. She enjoys crafting handmade bespoke artisanal curses and telling her friends how amazing they are. She is a graduate of Viable Paradise and her debut novel Chilling Effect is forthcoming from Harper Voyager in September 2019. Join her in opining about books, video games, and parenting on Twitter @valerievaldes.

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Media Review: October 2019

What’s it like to experience a new video game, not by playing it, but watching it on Twitch? Our reviewer, LaShawn M. Wanak, gives Kingdom Hearts III a try.

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Book Reviews: October 2019

Chris Kluwe has been a reading machine! This month he reviews a rich mix: R.F. Kuang’s The Dragon Republic, Michael Mammay’s Spaceside, John Hornor Jacobs’ A Lush and Seething Hell, and Chuck Wendig’s Wanderers.

 

 

 

 

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Editorial: October 2019

Be sure to read the editorial for a run-down of this month’s content and to keep up with all our news.

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Interview: Lisa M. Bradley

A queer Tejana raised on the Texas-Mexico border, Lisa M. Bradley now lives in Iowa with her spouse and their teenager. Her speculative fiction and poetry explore boundaries and liminal spaces: real, imagined, and metaphorical. Her work has appeared in Sunvault: Stories of Solarpunk and Eco-Speculation, The Moment of Change: An Anthology of Feminist Speculative Poetry, and her first collection, The Haunted Girl. In her debut novel, Exile, a determined antiheroine schemes to escape her quarantined border town.

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