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the genre's premiere review magazine for short SF & Fantasy since 1993
Strange Horizons
Founded in September 2000, Strange Horizons is a weekly web-based magazine of and about speculative fiction. The term "speculative fiction" refers to what is more commonly known as "SF," but which properly embraces science fiction, fantasy, magic realism, slipstream, and a host of sub-genres. It is a pro-paying market.

Website: http://www.strangehorizons.com/





Strange Horizons, 19 April 2004

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"Burn Here With Me" by Amy Hembree
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Strange Horizons, 5 April 2004

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"Why I Am Not Gorilla Girl" by Daniel Starr
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Strange Horizons, March 31, 2004

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"Broken" by Rosamund Hodge
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Strange Horizons, 15 & 22 March 2004

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"Rapture" by Sally Gwylan
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Strange Horizons, February 9, 2004

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"A Season in Silence" by Jennifer de Guzman
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Strange Horizons, March 8, 2004

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"Louisa, Johnny, and the North Shore Huldre" by S. Evans
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Strange Horizons, 1 March 2004

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"For Now It's Eight O'Clock" by Alex Irvine
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Strange Horizons, February 23, 2004

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"Genderbendering at the Madhattered" by Kameron Hurley
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Strange Horizons, 16 February 2004

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"Doctor Mighty and the Case of Ennui" by Paul Melko
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Strange Horizons, 2 February 2004

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"Century to Starboard" by Liz Williams
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