Monthly Archive: October 2011

“The Art Disease” by Dennis Danvers

If you’re wondering where this story went, you can find it and many other amazing stories in The Best of Electric Velocipede anthology which is available from Fairwood Press and other fine online retailers.

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Remembering the Future, Winter 2011 editorial

In November of 2001, I went to the annual SFWA writers and editors meet-up in New York City. We were a scant two months removed from the tragedy of 9/11, and its enormity cast a shadow over the normally over-joyous celebration. I was no longer working in the city when the two towers collapsed, but …

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2011 World Fantasy Award Winners

Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s World Fantasy Awards. They are: Best Novel    Who Fears Death, Nnedi Okorafor (DAW) Best Novella    “The Maiden Flight of McCauley’s Bellerophon”, Elizabeth Hand (Stories: All-New Tales) Best Short Fiction    “Fossil-Figures”, Joyce Carol Oates (Stories: All-New Tales) Best Anthology    My Mother She Killed Me, My Father He Ate …

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Issue 23

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Table of Contents: 10 / 31 → “Remembering the Future” by John Klima → “The Art Disease” by Dennis Danvers (short story) 11 / 7 → “Dancing in the Winter Rooms” by David Tallerman (short story) 11 / 14 → “Fastening” by Patricia Russo (short story) → “The Last Patrol” by Tara Barnett (poem) 11 / …

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Website Problems

We accidentally deleted our Word Press database the other day, and of course we had no reliable backup. We’ve been restoring pages and posts (for example, don’t forget we’re running a sale!) and we’ll be ready to post our new issue online starting on Monday! We’ll get a schedule up shortly, but we figured we …

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Fiction Flashback — Aliette de Bodard

July 12, 2011 This story dates from the first time I ever proofread Electric Velocipede. Weirdly enough, when I first saw “The Dragon’s Tears” in my queue, I chose to proofread it last. (I skip around when I’m doing short fiction.)  I didn’t know then what possessed me; prescience, maybe.  When I began reading the …

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Fiction Flashback – Jeffrey Ford

If you’re wondering where this story went, you can find it and many other amazing stories in The Best of Electric Velocipede anthology which is available from Fairwood Press and other fine online retailers.

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Fiction Flashback – K. Tempest Bradford

by dwgrintalis June 27, 2011 I fell in love with this story the first time I read it, so when John asked us to pick a story for our Fiction Flashback feature, my choice was easy. This is one of those stories that reveals something new each time you read it and in my opinion, …

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Fiction Flashback – Richard Bowes

If you’re wondering where this story went, you can find it and many other amazing stories in The Best of Electric Velocipede anthology which is available from Fairwood Press and other fine online retailers.

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Fiction Flashback – Ken Scholes

by Patrick July 18, 2011 I’m always fascinated by stories that cover the broad sweeps of a person’s life in a very short time because there are so many ways to go about them. When you take this approach, you’re forced to decide what you consider important in a life, or transformative, or educational. Scholes’ …

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