Editorial
Lynne M. Thomas

Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

Welcome to Issue 55 of Apex Magazine.

We’re closing out the year with a great selection of stories. In this issue, we open with “What You’ve Been Missing,” a rumination on hippocamps by Maria Dahvana Headley.

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Nonfiction
Lynne M. Thomas

The SF/F Community: An Essay

There are days for us that the current fandom kerfuffle makes one want to, as in the words of Seanan McGuire, “ignite the biosphere.” It’s very easy to get frustrated and angry at the problems that crop up and want to retire from it all, almost always for very good reasons.

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Interviews
Lynne M. Thomas

Interview with Kelly McCullough

Kelly McCullough’s novels include the Webmage and Fallen Blade Series, and a forthcoming young adult series called School for Sidekicks. A member of the Wyrdsmiths writing group, he is known to walk Neil Gaiman’s dogs, and particularly dotes on his physics professor wife and numerous cats.

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Editorial
Lynne M. Thomas

Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

Welcome to Issue 52 of Apex Magazine.

I’m really pleased to share these stunning stories with you. Anaea Lay’s “Turning the Whisper,” provides a meditation on artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and death.

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Editorial
Lynne M. Thomas

Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

Welcome to Issue 51 of Apex Magazine.

This issue has some exceptional new fiction from Charlie Jane Anders, who brings us a superhero tale from a rather different perspective, in her story “Victimless Crimes.”

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Editorial
Lynne M. Thomas

Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

Welcome to Issue 50 of Apex Magazine.

We’re really pleased to be here. Fifty issues is a milestone, so we’re celebrating with some fantastic new content by many of my favorite creators, both in the magazine and now in audio format!

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Editorial
Lynne M. Thomas

Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief

Welcome to issue 49.

We have a gorgeous tale about a young girl who sells stories that come to life from Ms. Tang Fei, as translated by Ken Liu, “Call Girl.” This is the first time that this story has appeared in English, after winning an online SF/F contest in China.

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