by Michael BaileySomething Wicked is a monthly online and electronic-download science fiction and horror magazine.
Something Wicked was founded in 2006 as a print magazine and ran for ten issues before moving to online in May of 2011.
We publish science fiction and horror fiction from around the world and have featured several award-winning authors including Arthur C Clarke Award winner Lauren Beukes, Terry Pratchett award finalist Andrew Saloman, Book SA winner Sarah Lotz and Nova Short Story winner Abigail Godsell.
Published monthly, we feature some of the best new voices in horror and science fiction from around the world.
Our monthly publication schedule consists of three pieces of short fiction and one novellette, along with nonfiction articles. Ebook editions are available from the 1st of each month.
Issue 11 (July 2011) starts with “The Silver City and The Green Place”, by Abi Godsell, which tells the tale of a breakthrough scientific experiment in artificial intelligence. Next up is “Unstitched Love” by Michael Bailey, which is all about a little girl making a teddy bear for her rather annoying sister, needless to say things don’t quite turn out as planned.
“Sky Painter”, by Michael John Grist is an epic fable about a fallen king and the love he left behind, and we close of the issue with a virtual reality noir murder mystery entitled "Alpha & Omega" by Paul Marlowe.
Our feature interview for this month is with author of The Mall, SL Grey, who is actually the pseudonym of Louis Greenberg and Sarah Lotz (remember Sarah? She won our debut issue Short Story Competition).
And don’t forget the non-fiction, we have Writers Cornered interviews with all four of our authors, an article on the feasibility of true AI and a wacky piece on psychotic toys and why we love them.
|Title||Something Wicked #11 (July 2011) (July 2011) (Something Wicked SF & Horror Magazine)|
|eBook format||Kindle Edition, (torrent)|
|File size||5.5 Mb|
|Book rating||4.5 (2 votes)