ISSUE #137—Summer 2020

Table of Contents | Features | Editorial | Story Excerpts | Poetry Spotlight | Exquisite Corpse | Graggonspeak

Welcome to Space and Time magazine—the oldest continuously published speculative fiction semi-pro in print—since 1966.

The #137 Summer issue is a miracle. Despite the pandemic, the social unrest, the shortages we’ve prevailed. A dozen authors, seventeen poets, and a small army of artists have worked together to bring forth stories that speak of other realities. Many of them echo the current one with eerie accuracy. Speculative fiction brings the unthinkable to the conscious mind and allows us to roleplay the effects of dystopia. In the summer of 2020 as misinformation and fear spreads faster than the COVID-19 virus, these stories are vital. They demonstrate our future… and give us the hope we can survive it.

EXCERPTS:

Artifact: A Joe Ledger Story
Jonathan Maberry

A Night Out
David Hammond

The Hole that Swallowed the World
Kurt Newton

POETRY SPOTLIGHT:

Flight of the Ka
Ronald J. Murray

When
Felicia Martinez

Divinity in the Afterglow
Colleen Anderson

Space and Time Magazine has been putting some of the best speculative fiction and poetry in ink for over five decades—a must-read for true fans of the strange and unusual. Readers will discover the rising stars of genre fiction alongside industry staples like Jessica A. Salmonson, Norman Spinrad, Jack Ketchum, and Aliette de Bodard.