Uncanny Magazine

WRITING: “Dean Winchester and Commander Shepard Walk into a Bar: Why Fanon Matters” in Uncanny Magazine Issue 17, 4th July

That amazing cover has a list of names on it. One of which is mine! I have an essay in the next issue of Uncanny Magazine and I couldn’t be happier about it. Uncanny do amazing, award-winning work that makes the industry better. Their work is always fun, always interesting and goes out of it’s

WRITING: “Dean Winchester and Commander Shepard Walk into a Bar: Why Fanon Matters” in Uncanny Magazine Issue 17, 4th July

One of the biggest joys I get from working in genre fiction is seeing fantastically talented, fantastically nice people succeed. And these days that’s happening a lot more than it used to. Uncanny Magazine are, for me, an example of everything this industry does right. They’re immensely hard-working, immensely enthusiastic people who have been part

Kickstarting: Uncanny Magazine Year 2: Return of the Space Unicorn

I am belligerently optimistic when it comes to short fiction. It’s a medium I’ve seen do nothing but expand since I first painstakingly downloaded a Pseudopod episode via dialup just under ten years ago. Anthologies, podcasts, magazines and new delivery systems like Patreon have all combined to make the short not just a viable market

Kickstarting: Uncanny Magazine Year 2: Return of the Space Unicorn

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