Online Fiction – April 2007

While we here at the SFBookswap are mostly interested in swapping books (you’d never have guessed, right?) our main goal is to call attention to fiction written by women. There’s a lot of fiction that one won’t find in books or print magazines, and a lot of it is really good. So here’s a list of fiction written by women that you can find online. If I’ve missed any, please let me know in the comments. If you’ve reviewed any of these stories (or will do so), please drop us a link in the comments so I can include it in our review roundup.

Strange Horizons

What the Thunder Said, by Lavie Tidhar
Painted, by Becca De La Rosa
Ferryman’s Reprieve, by Kate Bachus
Fella Down A Hole: Unlikely Patron Saints, No. 2, by Amy Sisson

Ideomancer – Vol. 6, Issue 1

Green and Dying by Sonya Taaffe
Scrapbook by Karen A. Romanko
Snow Melt by Marcie Tentchoff

Jim Baen’s Universe

Midnight at the Quantum Cafe by K. D. Wentworth
ETA: Redemption of Nepheli by E. Sedia

Chiaroscuro – Issue #32

Snow for Flowers by Leslie Claire Walker

Abyss & Apex – 2nd Quarter 2007

Hour By Hour by Lindsey Duncan
Weepers and Ragers by Aliette de Bodard
The Devil You Know by Heidi Wessman Kneale

Heliotrope

A Godmother’s Gift by January Mortimer
Galatea by Vylar Kaftan
Fasti by Sonya Taaffe

Darker Matter

Dearest Etruria, by Toiya Kristen Finley

Helix – Spring 2007

Pretty Little Thing by Sara Genge
Mercytanks by Jennifer Pelland

Advertisements

  1. Benja Fallenstein

    The April issue of Jim Baen’s Universe also contains “Redemption of Nepheli” by E. Sedia.

    I have to say I’m surprised there really aren’t any more in this issue, though. Well, at least the June issue is going to contain six. 🙂




Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s



%d bloggers like this: