Quick Sips 02/19/2021: https://t.co/5amJ0ojJXT
I briefly cover the SFF short fiction & poetry from:
Heroic Fantasy Quarterly #47@prismaticamag #15@strangehorizons 02/01/2021 & 02/08/2021@Pseudopod_org #743@BCSmagazine #323
— Charles Payseur (@ClowderofTwo) February 19, 2021
PseudoPod mentions in February 2021
Congratulations to Christi Nogle for her Spanish translation of “Resilience” in both text and audio in Las Escritoras de Urras. This story was originally published her in PseudoPod in 2020.
We couldn’t be more excited to make our inaugural appearance on Hugo nominated Fan Writer Charles Payseur’s Quick Sip Reviews with “If It Bit You” by Donyae Coles and narrated by Tonia Ransom of the excellent Nightlight Podcast. Check out the whole excellent list here:
“This Wet Red” by @MariscaPichette narrated by @xXAutumnIvyXx was one of @MariaHaskins Weekly Five. Check out this story and the other four here:
To kick off a series of articles on audio drama on Tor Nightfire our host Alasdair Stuart discusses The Magnus Archives from The Rusty Quill.
Editor Shawn Garrett discusses historical audio fiction over on Tor Nightfire — this entry discusses the format in general and Dreadful John at Midnight in detail
For her series on color in horror over on @TorNightfire our Associate Editor and Audio Producer @UnrealCitoyenne examines three fictional uses of invisible colors from Ambrose Bierce, Jack London, and H.P. Lovecraft:
This essay was also mentioned as one of the Five Must-Read articles of the week by This Is Horror.
Emily in Paris vs. The Exorcism of Emily Rose: the latest in Shrieks & Howls essay series by Audio Producer and Associate Editor Chelsea Davis — this is a tale of two cities and two Emilies. Read it here:
The Horror Pod Class discusses the anthology Shadows and Tall Trees 8, and in particular, mentions Workday by Kurt Fawver, which we reprinted as our Christmas episode last year. Also much excellent discussion on folk horror.