This issue features two new short stories, “Namasté Prime” by Grá Linnaea, and “Frank” by Betsy Phillips, plus a reprint: “Gemphalon” by Elizabeth Engstrom.
Erik Amundsen contributes a poem: “And Cut Down a Moment Later,” and the award for Best Title of the Issue goes to John H. Stevens, for his non-fiction piece “The Improbable, Inevitable Domestication of the Great Old Ones: H.P. Lovecraft’s Iconic Influence on 21st-Century Fantastic Literature and Culture.”
Seriously, that’s one great title.
This issue of Apex Magazine is edited by best-selling writer and short-timer Catherynne M. Valente. Lynne Thomas will be taking the reins for future issues.
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