Constelación Magazine Debuts

Cover art by John Picacio / Arte de portada por John Picacio

Constelación Magazine, a bilingual magazine of speculative fiction, has released its first issue. The quarterly publishes stories in both Spanish and English, taking submissions in either language.

Information about purchasing issues is on the Constelación Magazine website. The theme of Issue #1 is “The Bonds That Unite Us.” The contents are:

FICTION

  • “My Mother’s Hand” by Dante Luiz
  • “The Excruciating Beauty of Ephemera” by Keyan Bowes
  • “Imilla” by Vania T. Curtidor. Translated by Mónica Louzon
  • “Kaleidoscope” by Silvia Moreno-García
  • “The Badger’s Digestion; or The First First-Hand Description of Deneskan Beastcraft by An Aouwan Researcher” by Malka Older
  • “The Breaks” by Scott King
  • “Unforgettable” by Eduardo Martínez P. Báez. Translated by Toshiya Kamei

NON-FICTION

  • From the Editor’s Desk by Coral Alejandra Moore
  • Anticipated Latinx & Caribbean SFF Releases for Early 2021 by Adri
  • Can We Talk About Spanglish, Por Favor? by P.A. Cornell
  • ?Short Fiction as the Seedbed of Speculative Fiction by Cristina Jurado. Translated by Inés Galiano

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