Uncanny Magazine Issue 33 Launches 3/3

The 33rd issue of four-time Hugo winning Uncanny Magazine will be available on March 3.

Hugo Award-winning Publishers Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas are proud to present the 33rd 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. 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 April 7. 

Uncanny Magazine Issue 33 Table of Contents


  • Wild Blue Yonder by Galen Dara


  • “The Uncanny Valley” by Lynne M. Thomas & Michael Damian Thomas
  • “Imagining Place: New York, New York. It’s a Hell of a Town” by Elsa Sjunneson


  • “So You Want to Be a Honeypot” by Kelly Robson (3/3)
  • “The Sycamore and the Sybil” by Alix E. Harrow (3/3)
  • “If Salt Lose Its Savor” by Christopher Caldwell (3/3)
  • “Getaway” by Nicole Kornher-Stace (4/7)
  • “If You Want to Erase Us, You Must Be Thorough” by L. Tu (4/7)
  • “Georgie in the Sun” by Natalia Theodoridou (4/7)


  • “Harvest” by Rebecca Roanhorse (4/7)


  • “Toss a Coin to Your Bitcher” by Suzanne Walker (3/3)
  • “One Year Older” by Michi Trota (3/3)
  • “Monsters at the End of the Sewer: Buffy’s Sixth Season is Now” by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam (4/7)
  • “The Assassination of Professor X: The Destruction of Marvel’s Most Famous Disabled Character” by John Wiswell (4/7)


  • “Other Worlds to Save” by Beth Cato (3/3)
  • “Hungry Ghost” by Millie Ho (3/3)
  • “behind the self-help section” by D.A. Xiaolin Spires (4/7)


  • Alix E. Harrow interviewed by Caroline M. Yoachim (3/3)
  • Natalia Theodoridou interviewed by Caroline M. Yoachim(4/7)


Uncanny Magazine Podcast 33A (3/3)

  • “So You Want to Be a Honeypot” by Kelly Robson, as read by Joy Piedmont
  • “Other Worlds to Save” by Beth Cato, as read by Erika Ensign
  • Lynne M. Thomas Interviews Kelly Robson

Uncanny Magazine Podcast 33B (4/7)

  • “Getaway” by Nicole Kornher-Stace, as read by Erika Ensign
  • “behind the self-help section” by D.A. Xiaolin Spires, as read by Joy Piedmont
  • Lynne M. Thomas Interviews Nicole Kornher-Stace

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3 thoughts on “Uncanny Magazine Issue 33 Launches 3/3

  1. In case anyone is wondering, νοστιμον ημαρ means “the day of return home” and is a phrase used several times in the Odyssey.

    This will probably show up on my Kindle on the third. It’s nice not having to do anything to make it do so, but I do miss being a Kickstarter backer (as opposed to a subscriber) and getting the issue a week early — even if I didn’t always start reading it early.

  2. The Greek characters display fine in your comment — WordPress turned them all into question marks in my draft attempt, so I used a teeny tiny screencap instead.

    I see you used code, so just now I tried using the same code in a draft post. WordPress still turned the characters into question marks. It seems strange that my comment editing plugin supports the code when they won’t work in a post.

  3. I originally tried copying and pasting from online text, and it worked in the preview, but then became question marks in the post itself. So I edited to use HTML code: e.g., μ becomes μ.

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