Uncanny Issue Two Coming 1/6

Uncanny_Issue2_FINALcover_small-683x1024 COMPThe second issue of Uncanny Magazine will be available January 6. Half of the free online content will be released that day, and the second half on February 3rd.

Uncanny Magazine’s entire contents will be on sale in eBook versions on the day of release from Weightless Books, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, and Kobo. Subscriptions are available through Weightless Books.

Here is the table of contents for Uncanny Magazine Issue 2:

  • Cover by Julie Dillon


  • The Uncanny Valley- Editorial by Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas

New Fiction

  • Hao Jingfang (translated by Ken Liu)- “Folding Beijing”
  • Sam J. Miller- “The Heat of Us: Notes Toward an Oral History”
  • Amal El-Mohtar- “Pockets”
  • Richard Bowes- “Anyone with a Care for Their Image”
  • Sunny Moraine- “Love Letters to Things Lost and Gained”

Classic Fiction

  • Ann Leckie- “The Nalendar”


  • Jim C. Hines- “The Politics of Comfort”
  • Erica McGillivray- “The Future’s Been Here Since 1939: Female Fans, Cosplay, and Conventions”
  • Michi Trota- “Age of the Geek, Baby”
  • Keidra Chaney- “The Evolution of Nerd Rock”


  • Isabel Yap- “After the Moon Princess Leaves”
  • Mari Ness- “After the Dance”
  • Rose Lemberg- “archival testimony fragments / minersong”


  • Ann Leckie, Interviewed by Deborah Stanish


  • Episode 3: Editors’ Introduction, Sam J. Miller’s “The Heat of Us: Notes Toward an Oral History” (read by C.S.E. Cooney), Isabel Yap’s “After the Moon Princess Leaves” (read by Amal El-Mohtar), Interview with Sam J. Miller conducted by Deborah Stanish
  • Episode 4: Editors’ Introduction, Amal El-Mohtar reading her story “Pockets,” Rose Lemberg’s “archival testimony fragments / minersong”(read by C.S.E. Cooney), Interview with Amal El-Mohtar conducted by Deborah Stanish

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3 thoughts on “Uncanny Issue Two Coming 1/6

  1. Hi Curt,

    There’s no plan for a print edition at this time. Unfortunately, it’s extremely difficult to break even on a new print magazine in 2015. We would like to grow to a point where we can offer a print-on-demand version to readers who prefer paper, but that will probably be a couple of years from now.



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