ISSUE #138—Autumn 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.

Meet the residents of issue #138: a woman who accidentally creates a new standard of femininity, another who breaks up botanical love to save her people, a god who discovers a new lifestyle, a shattered self view and finding new self worth at all costs, the dutiful reaper on an unexpected mission, a convict with an unusual set of friends, a falconer losing the only thing she has left and gaining something new, a woman fighting to preserve her intellectual freedoms, a hunter of the dead… all wait for you between the pages of the latest quarterly issue of Space and Time.

Speculative poetry, prose and nonfiction pack into over 100 pages of entertainment that will stick with you long after the reading is done. Includes original graphic novel shorts by Alessandro Manzetti and Mark Levine!

EXCERPTS:

The Ratio of Silence
Kate Ellis

The Dead Don’t Dream
Gordon Linzner

Collecting Violet
Austin Gragg

POETRY SPOTLIGHT:

something lost
William Clunie

Dance of the Damned
Owl Goingback

The Robot
Randall Andrews

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.