Constelación Magazine Launches in January

Cover art by Gutti Barrio

Constelación Magazine, a bilingual magazine of speculative fiction, will release its first issue in January of 2021. 

Publishing quarterly, each themed issue will feature original artwork. Stories can be submitted in either English or Spanish; selections will be translated and published in both. Submissions for the first issue open in October, concurrent with the launch Kickstarter. 

At the helm are Coral Alejandra Moore (Uncanny, Lightspeed, Strange Horizons) and Eliana González Ugarte (Elena Ammatuna, Itaú Digital, Roa Cinero award winner) with support from Cristina Jurado (Alucinadas, Spanish Women of Wonder, WhiteStar) and Hugo nominated Libia Brenda (A Larger Reality/Una realidad más amplia, Cúmulo de Tesla).

A sample issue can be seen at here. For more information on submissions guidelines and themes visit here.

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Tobias the Starry Capybara

[Based on a press release.]

2 thoughts on “Constelación Magazine Launches in January

  1. WAIT, A CAPYBARA?!?!?!?!?!?! 😀 EXCITE! And BTW it’s lovely art. They have an “I’m only here for the capybaras” tier, hmm!

    ETA: 20 days left in the Kickstarter!

    (I’m so far behind on File 770, sob.)

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