Posts Tagged: new science fiction

Mar 20


There’s an online publication called THE FREEZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION. When I write a piece that I decide is probably not going to get me money in the magazine or anthology marketplace, I give it to that zine, and they put it up. This new one is so political–it’s to the left, folks–that I knew the science-fiction mags that sometimes publish me, like Asimov’s, would not buy it. So I just gave it to the Freezine and here it is, if you like: PORRIS IN WUNPERLAND:

Jan 20

My story MEERGA now up at this free, online journal of science-fiction

Here’s the link to this rather provocative story.


“Big Echo is a free, online journal of critical science fiction. By science fiction we mean writing that retains, to some degree at least, what Fredric Jameson described as a “‘hard-core’ commitment to old-fashioned ‘scientific’ SF.” By critical we mean science fiction that provides the interested reader with a considered assessment of the social and cultural circumstances in which it was produced.”