This was an intense first month for me in ISF but, I believe, a great kick start towards success. Although the project started with all the team positions available, we were blessed with awesome short stories, articles and interviews featuring great international authors. We have learned how to walk and now that the ISF Team is almost complete, we are ready to run. Hopefully, by the time we get the magazine to come out, we will be able to fly!
The e-book magazine will be launched until the end of June featuring international acclaimed authors and new voices as well. The table of contents it’s closed, the layout of the magazine is being designed and the previews have shown great potential!
But, while we wait for the magazine, let’s see whats new on the site:
(i) Ellen Datlow and Paul di Filippo join the ISF Team as members of the Consultant Panel!
(ii) Fábio Fernandes is the Non-Fiction Editor!
(iii) Read the second part of the article “Short (Hi)Story of the Romanian Speculative Fiction” by Cătălin Badea-Gheracostea!
(iv) Read the article “Science Fiction in Croatia” by Aleksandar Žiljak.
(v) Aliette de Bodard presents “Butterfly, Falling at Dawn” a breathtaking story, first published in Interzone and reprinted in Year’s Best Science Fiction.
(vi) Regina Catarino presents “Space Oddity”, an awesome short story!
Also, do not forget that we will publish a monthly anthology of fiction. This month the table of contents is as follows:
”Digits are Cold, Numbers are Warm” by Liviu Radu (Romania)
Link: ISF – Short Story – Liviu Radu
2 – “Aliens” by Lavie Tidhar (Israel)
Link: ISF – Short Story – Lavie Tidhar
3 – “Space Oddity” by Regina Catarino (Portugal)
Link: ISF Short Story – Regina Catarino
4 – “Butterfly, Falling at Dawn” by Aliette de Bodard
Link: ISF Short Story – Aliette de Bodard
I believe it is all for now, thank you for following ISF, you will be hearing from us very soon…
Editor in Chief