Uncanny Magazine Issue 30 — Disabled People Destroy Fantasy Launches 9/3

The 30th issue of four-time Hugo winner Uncanny Magazine, which just won another at Dublin 2019, will be available on September 3. This is the Disabled People Destroy Fantasy special issue, guest edited by: Nicolette Barischoff (Nonfiction), Lisa M. Bradley (Poetry), and Katharine Duckett (Fiction). 

Hugo Award-winning Publishers Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas are proud to present the 30th issue of their four-time Hugo Award-winning online science fiction and fantasy magazine, Uncanny Magazine. Stories from Uncanny Magazine have been finalists or winners of Hugo, Nebula, Locus, and World Fantasy Awards. Issue 30 is the Disabled People Destroy Fantasy special issue, guest edited by: Nicolette Barischoff (Nonfiction), Lisa M. Bradley (Poetry), and Katharine Duckett (Fiction). As always, Uncanny features passionate SF/F fiction and poetry, gorgeous prose, provocative nonfiction, and a deep investment in the diverse SF/F culture, along with a Parsec Award-winning monthly podcast featuring a story, poem, and interview from that issue. 

All of Uncanny Magazine’s content will be available in eBook versions on the day of release from Weightless Books, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, and Kobo. Subscriptions are always available through Amazon Kindle and Weightless Books. The free online content will be released in 2 stages: half on day of release and half on October 1. 

Uncanny Magazine Issue 30- Disabled People Destroy Fantasy Table of Contents  

Editorial:

  • “The Uncanny Valley” by Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas (9/3)
  • “2019 Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine Acceptance Speech” by Elsa Sjunneson-Henry, Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas,and Michi Trota (9/3)

Fiction:

  • “Disabled People Destroy Fantasy Fiction Introduction” by Katharine Duckett (9/3)
  • “Away With the Wolves” by Sarah Gailey (9/3)“Tower” by Lane Waldman (9/3)
  • “Seed and Cinder” by Jei D. Marcade (9/3)
  • “The Fifth Day” by Tochi Onyebuchi (10/1)
  • “This Is Not My Adventure” by Karlo Yeager Rodríguez (10/1)
  • “The Tailor and the Beast” by Aysha U. Farah (10/1)

Nonfiction:

  • “Build the Door, Hold the Door: Protecting the Citadel of Diverse Speculative Fiction–Nonfiction Introduction” by Nicolette Barischoff (9/3)
  • “The Blind Prince Reimagined: Disability in Fairy Tales” by Kari Maaren (9/3)
  • “Sudden and Marvelous Invention: Hearing Impairment & Fabulist (non) Fiction” by Gwendolyn Paradice (9/3)
  • “Fears and Dragons and the Thoughts of a Disabled Writer” by Day Al-Mohamed (9/3)
  • “How To Send Your Disabled Protagonist on an Adventure in 7 Easy Steps” by A. T. Greenblatt (10/1)
  • “Part of That World: Finding Disabled Mermaids in the Works ofSeanan McGuire” by Cara Liebowitz (10/1)
  • “The Visions Take Their Toll: Disability and the Cost of Magic” by Dominik Parisien (10/1)

Poetry:

  • “Poetry Introduction” by Lisa M. Bradley  (9/3)  
  • “Monsters & Women—Beneath Contempt” by Roxanna Bennett  (9/3)  
  • “Cavitation” by Toby MacNutt  (9/3)  
  • “Neithal from abroad” by Shweta Narayan (9/3)
  • “‘Eating Disorder’ does not begin to describe it” by R.B. Lemberg  (10/1)  
  • “goddess in forced repose” by Tamara Jerée  (10/1)  
  • “The Thing In Us We Fear Just Wants Our Love” by Julian K. Jarboe  (10/1) 

 Interview:

  • Lane Waldman interviewed by Sandra Odell (9/3)  
  • Karlo Yeager Rodríguez interviewed by Sandra Odell (10/1)  

Podcasts:

30A (9/3)

  • “Away With the Wolves” by Sarah Gailey, as read by Erika Ensign
  • “Neithal from abroad” by Shweta Narayan, as read by Joy Piedmont 
  • Haddayr Copley-Woods Interviews Sarah Gailey

30B (10/1)

  • “The Fifth Day” by Tochi Onyebuchi, as read by Joy Piedmont
  • “‘Eating Disorder’ does not begin to describe it” by R.B. Lemberg, as read by Erika Ensign
  • Haddayr Copley-Woods Interviews Tochi Onyebuchi

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