Well, let’s lift the cover off the April issue and see what we’ve got. Looks like original fiction by Naomi Kritzer, AC Wise, Sean Robinson, and more — plus poetry, an interview with AC Wise, an article on Class and Writing Fantasy Novels by Jennie Goloboy, short fiction reviews, and more. Here’s the complete TOC.
“Beatification of the Second Fall” by Sean Robinson
“Silver Buttons All Down His Back” by AC Wise
“Crow” by Octavia Cade
“Wind” by Naomi Kritzer
“Slow” by Lia Swope Mitchell
“This Thing of Darkness” by Yzabel Ginsberg (eBook/subscriber exclusive)
“The Multiple Lives of Juan and Pedro” by Isabel Yap
“there must be a surefire way to separate the ravens from the crows” by Keith S. Wilson
“Words from the Editor-in-Chief” by Jason Sizemore
“Never Enough Farmers! Class and Writing Fantasy Novels” by Jennie Goloboy
“Apex Author Interview with AC Wise” by Andrea Johnson
“Apex Cover Artist Interview with Adrian Borda” by Russell Dickerson
“Clavis Aurea: A Review of Short Fiction” by Charlotte Ashley
“Beatification of the Second Fall ” by Sean Robinson(27:49 minutes)
Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror publication featuring original short stories, poetry and non-fiction. It is edited by Jason Sizemore and Sigrid Ellis, and released the first Tuesday of every month. In 2012 and 2014, it was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine.
We previously covered Apex Magazine with issue 70.
Apex Magazine is published by Apex Publications. Issues are available free online, and sold for $2.99 in a variety of digital formats. Subscriptions are just $19.95 for one year (12 issues) in EPUB, Mobi, and PDF formats.