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Author Spotlight: Genevieve Valentine

While I was writing Mechanique, I watched hundreds of hours of circus footage—both the shows themselves and whatever behind-the-scenes material I could get my hands on.

Author Spotlights

Author Spotlight: Genevieve Valentine

Whenever you travel, you see glimpses of people who you'll probably never see again. Some people get very curious about that, and some people hardly notice; the story sprang from the idea of two such people meeting.

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Genevieve Valentine

Genevieve Valentine’s first novel, Mechanique: a Tale of the Circus Tresaulti, was recently published by Prime Books. Her short fiction has appeared in or is forthcoming from magazines such as Lightspeed, Fantasy Magazine, Clarkesworld, Strange Horizons, and Escape Pod, and in many anthologies, including Armored, Under the Moons of Mars, Running with the Pack, The […]

Interviews

Reading Semaphore Flags: Genevieve Valentine

If you cross the Queensboro Bridge at night, the light from the skyscrapers on the Manhattan side almost touch Roosevelt Island, where the buildings are shorter and quieter. Looking at it is like reading semaphore flags.

Editorial

Editorial, December 2011

Welcome to issue fifty-seven of Fantasy! Here's what we've got on tap this month ... Fiction: "Her Lover's Golden Hair " by Nike Sulway, "Torn Away" by Joe R. Lansdale, "Crystal Halloway and the Forgotten Passage" by Seanan Maguire, "Vici" by Naomi Novik. Nonfiction: "Feature Interview: Chris Miller" by Andrew Penn Romine, "The Deathly Shadows in Our Lives" by Veronica Schanoes, "Falling With Style" by Alasdair Stuart, ""Three Dragons” by Genevieve Valentine.

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Editorial, October 2011

Welcome to issue fifty-five of Fantasy Magazine! Here’s what we’ve got on tap this month ... Fiction: "The Secret Beach" by Tim Pratt, "Absolute Zero" by Nadia Bulkin, "Unnatural Disaster" by Kristine Katherine Rusch, "The Invisibles" by Charles De Lint. Nonfiction: "Feature Interview: Richard K. Morgan" by Andrew Liptak, "The Downsides of Dating a God" by Genevieve Valentine, "Five Ocean-Dwelling Creatures That Look Like Aliens (But Aren’t)" by Jeremiah Tolbert, "Are You Watching Carefully?" by Christopher Priest.

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Editorial, August 2011

Welcome to issue fifty-three of Fantasy Magazine! Here’s what we’ve got on tap this month … Fiction: "The World Is Cruel, My Daughter" by Cory Skerry, "The Pragmatical Princess" by Nisi Shawl, "Crossroads" by Laura Anne Gilman, "The Edge of the World" by Michael Swanwick. Nonfiction: Feature Interview: Seanan McGuire by Paul Goat Allen, in "The Messengers, Monsters, and Moral Instructors of Islamic Literature" by Saladin Ahmed, "How To Stock Your Magic-Fighting Toolkit" by Abby Goldsmith, "The Weirdest Fairy-Tale Wishes Ever Made" by Genevieve Valentine.

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Editorial, May 2011

Welcome to issue fifty of Fantasy Magazine! On tap this month… Fiction: "Study, For Solo Piano" by Genevieve Valentine, "Creation" by Jeffrey Ford, "The Devil in Gaylord's Creek" by Sarah Monette, "Sandmagic" by Orson Scott Card. Nonfiction: “Now Hiring in the Airship Lounge” by Stephen A. Watkins, "Man-Made Men" by Alex Irvine, "Five Ways to Trick the Devil" by Heather Shaw, "Feature Interview: David Gaider and Heather Rabitach of Dragon Age II" by Matt London.

Editorial

Editorial, April 2011

Welcome to issue forty-nine of Fantasy! On tap this month… Fiction: "Choose Your Own Adventure" by Kat Howard, "The Woman Who Married the Man in the Moon" by Peter S. Beagle, "House of Gears" by Jonathan L. Howard, "The Hunter's Ode to His Bait" by Carrie Vaughn. Nonfiction: "Choosing Our Own Adventures" by Molly Tanzer, "Feature Interview: N. K. Jemisin" by Paul Goat Allen, "A Silver Swan" by Genevieve Valentine, "The Unicorn Tapestries and Other Depictions" by Helen Pilinovsky.

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Editorial, March 2011

Welcome to issue forty-eight of Fantasy! On tap this month… Fiction: The Sandal-Bride by Genevieve Valentine, The Dog King by Holly Black, The God Orkrem by Tanith Lee, The Lonely Songs of Laren Dorr by George R. R. Martin. Nonfiction: Three Real Historical Figures Who Embarked Upon the Hero’s Journey by Graeme McMillan, Five Fantasy Worlds That You Wouldn’t Want to Visit by Te Jefferson & J. Corbeau, Feature Interview: Steven Erikson by Andrew Bayer, From Story to Screen by LaShawn Wanak.