This month we’re featuring the German cyberpunk writer, Myra Çakan, and the second of her
two stories, The Spider’s Nest, goes up
today. It’s a dark tale in which the boundaries between humans and computer programs are completely
Richard Kadrey has finished his latest novel, and will be
returning with more
ViperWire tales later this week. While he’s been gone,
Jessica Amanda Salmonson, whose tales are seen much too rarely, has been sending us tiny gems of stories,
and we will be continuing to publish her tales as she sends them.
Every weekday there’s a link or two from Bruce Sterling. Bruce’s blog,
Schism Matrix, is a
chance to stand next to Bruce while he points at something and mutters, an experience which is never less than
rewarding, and often is considerably more than revelatory.
Terry Bisson’s This Week in History gives
us a daily lesson in future shock, sending tendrils from today’s events into the years and centuries ahead. And
Dave Langford’s Runcible Ansible shares gossip and news and tidbits from Thog
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In addition, you’re probably wondering how we’ve managed to stay alive all this time, but we’ll leave that for
next week’s editorial.