Apex Magazine Issue 73

Apex Magazine Issue Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction fantasy and horror magazine featuring original mind bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field New issues are released on the first Tues

  • Title: Apex Magazine Issue 73
  • Author: Jason Sizemore Mari Ness Alex Livingston Malon Edwards D.J. Cockburn Ardi Alspach Laura Madeline Wiseman Bethany Powell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month Edited by Hugo Award nominated editor Jason Size TABLE OF CONTENTS FICTION Inhabiting Your Skin Mari Ness Proximity Alex Livingston Foreclosure DJ CoApex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month Edited by Hugo Award nominated editor Jason Size TABLE OF CONTENTS FICTION Inhabiting Your Skin Mari Ness Proximity Alex Livingston Foreclosure DJ Cockburn Mud Holes and Mississippi Mules Malon Edwards eBook Subscriber exclusive NONFICTION Building Book Events to Build Community in SFF Ardi Alspach Interview with Mari Ness Andrea Johnson Interview with Tori K Roman Russell Dickerson Clavis Aurea A Review of Short Fiction Charlotte Ashley POETRY Entrance Laura Madeline Wiseman Peach Baby Bethany Powell Interview John W Sexton EXCERPTS Flex Ferrett Steinmetz eBook Subscriber exclusive The Venusian Gambit Book Three of the Daedalus Series Michael J Martinez eBook Subscriber exclusive

    • Apex Magazine Issue 73 - Jason Sizemore Mari Ness Alex Livingston Malon Edwards D.J. Cockburn Ardi Alspach Laura Madeline Wiseman Bethany Powell
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    About “Jason Sizemore Mari Ness Alex Livingston Malon Edwards D.J. Cockburn Ardi Alspach Laura Madeline Wiseman Bethany Powell”

    1. Jason Sizemore Mari Ness Alex Livingston Malon Edwards D.J. Cockburn Ardi Alspach Laura Madeline Wiseman Bethany Powell

      I was born the son of an unemployed coal miner in a tiny Kentucky Appalachian villa named Big Creek population 400 It s an isolated area with beautiful rolling hills, thick forests, and country folk I lived in Big Creek until I went to college, spending my weekends cruising the Winn Dixie parking lot of ladies, partying in my cousin s run down three room trailer, and being a member of the bad ass Clay County High School Academic Team.College was quite a shock for me Girls Minorities Strip clubs And it didn t help that I attended Transylvania University, a fairly snotty but excellent private college in Lexington, KY on scholarship no way my family could have sent me otherwise I graduated in the standard four years with a degree in Computer Science.Since 1996, I ve worked for evil corporations IBM , dot com dreamers eCampus , The Man both city and state government , and for The Kids KY Dept of Education , and assholes lots and lots of assholes.In 2004, I decided my life was boring, that I no longer needed disposable income, and I needed to increase my stress levels I started Apex Publications, a small press publisher of science fiction, fantasy, and horror At first it was just a small print zine, then a pro level online zine, then books, and then ebooks.I edit anthologies, mostly for Apex because I m a control freak I occasionally do copy editing when pressed and have done plenty of acquisition editing over the years.I also write I don t really write enough to leave a mark, but it seems to go well when I do put pen to paper.Miscellaneous facts about me left handed, blue eyes, super geeky, hillbilly accent, near sighted, and typically in a goofy mood.Also, and most importantly, I m not the drunkard all those Facebook photos makes me out to be It just happens that cameras are always around when I have libations Honest

    267 thoughts on “Apex Magazine Issue 73”

    1. The theme this month in Apex seems to be interconnectivity. In the first short story, Inhabiting Your Skin, we have a future where all houses are outfitted with artificial intelligence allowing them to think, talk, communicate and serve the humans who inhabit them. At first the story is rather amusing but as you read it takes a progressively darker turn as we see the realities of this dysfunctional relationship and the effect it has on the protagonist.In Proximity we have a group of people who m [...]


    2. A strong issue of Apex that features many stories that hint at horrors or discomforts arising from an increasingly connected world. My favorite story was "Inhabiting Your Skin" a story of AI houses serving the needs of the humans who live within. This kind of story has been done before, but here the common light-heartedness of such tales is turned into something more subtly sinister. I've previously read a story or two from Malon Edwards and had been blown away with his talent and the themes he [...]


    3. Proximity by Alex Livingston: Cyberpunk, marketing, and art. Gorgeous and sharp-edged, dealing with the current issue of user data privacy across a stunning, futuristic backdrop.




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