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Anathema: Spec from the Margins is a tri-annual speculative fiction magazine featuring work by Queer/Two-Spirit People of Colour/Indigenous creators. Editorial On Hope and Acceptance, by Michael Matheson Fiction The Poet and the Spider, by Cynthia So Learning to Swim, by Mimi Mondal Death Comes to Elisha, by Iona Sharma Diary of War, by Joyce Chng Non-Fiction Why I Hate The Sparrow Anathema: Spec from the Margins is a tri-annual speculative fiction magazine featuring work by Queer/Two-Spirit People of Colour/Indigenous creators. Editorial On Hope and Acceptance, by Michael Matheson Fiction The Poet and the Spider, by Cynthia So Learning to Swim, by Mimi Mondal Death Comes to Elisha, by Iona Sharma Diary of War, by Joyce Chng Non-Fiction Why I Hate The Sparrow. A Lot., by Diana What Cover Art The Weight of Dreams, by Bell


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Anathema: Spec from the Margins is a tri-annual speculative fiction magazine featuring work by Queer/Two-Spirit People of Colour/Indigenous creators. Editorial On Hope and Acceptance, by Michael Matheson Fiction The Poet and the Spider, by Cynthia So Learning to Swim, by Mimi Mondal Death Comes to Elisha, by Iona Sharma Diary of War, by Joyce Chng Non-Fiction Why I Hate The Sparrow Anathema: Spec from the Margins is a tri-annual speculative fiction magazine featuring work by Queer/Two-Spirit People of Colour/Indigenous creators. Editorial On Hope and Acceptance, by Michael Matheson Fiction The Poet and the Spider, by Cynthia So Learning to Swim, by Mimi Mondal Death Comes to Elisha, by Iona Sharma Diary of War, by Joyce Chng Non-Fiction Why I Hate The Sparrow. A Lot., by Diana What Cover Art The Weight of Dreams, by Bell

1 review for Anathema Issue 3 - December 2017

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    Another great find from one of Maria Haskins' Short Fiction Quarterly Roundups. I read The Poet and the Spider by Cynthia So, and I loved it. Which is extra impressive because I don't even like seeing pictures of arachnids; spiders are on the shortlist of nopes along with animal death and gratuitous rape. AND YET. Read it. Also, I'm thrilled to discover a new-to-me spec fic mag that's showcasing diverse voices. Update for the rest of the stories in this issue: I wasn't at all sure that I followed Another great find from one of Maria Haskins' Short Fiction Quarterly Roundups. I read The Poet and the Spider by Cynthia So, and I loved it. Which is extra impressive because I don't even like seeing pictures of arachnids; spiders are on the shortlist of nopes along with animal death and gratuitous rape. AND YET. Read it. Also, I'm thrilled to discover a new-to-me spec fic mag that's showcasing diverse voices. Update for the rest of the stories in this issue: I wasn't at all sure that I followed everything that was happening in Mimi Mondal's Learning to Swim, but I liked it that way. It was affecting and sad and difficult to read, where So's story was sweet and uplifting. Big CW for (view spoiler)[suicide (hide spoiler)] . Death Comes to Elisha by Iona Sharma is *powerful* and I loved it. So many pieces coming together there. Joyce Chng's Diary of War is holy damn powerful. Even if you don't normally go in for poetry, read this one. Wow. 4.5 stars I believe I have found a new favorite short fiction publication. P.S. I am saving Diana What's nonfic piece, Why I Hate The Sparrow. A Lot. until I have read that book, which resides on Mt. TBR.

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