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About Caroline M. Yoachim
Hugo and three-time Nebula Award finalist Caroline M. Yoachim is the author of over a hundred published short stories, appearing in Asimov’s, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Clarkesworld, and Lightspeed, among other places. Her work has been reprinted in multiple year’s best anthologies and translated into Chinese, Spanish, and Czech. Yoachim’s debut short story collection, Seven Wonders of a Once and Future World & Other Stories, came out in 2016. For more, check out her website at http://carolineyoachim.com
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We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea--whether it is to sail or to watch it--we are going back from whence we came.”
- John F. Kennedy
Underwater cities, lost civilizations, crops, climate change, and dead zones.
In this collection of ocean-themed stories, twelve of today’s top speculative fiction writers explore our morality, our built-in societal restraints, and reflect upon our state of grace.
The waves roll in, the waves roll out.
“OCEANS: The Anthology” features stories from bestselling authors such as winner of the Nebula, Hugo, and World Fantasy awards Ken Liu, Rysa Walker (the Chronos series), Daniel Arthur Smith (Tales from the Canyons of the Damned), R.D. Brady (the Belial series), Alex Shvartsman (the Unidentified Funny Objects series), P.K. Tyler (the UnCommon series), plus six more of today’s top authors in speculative and science fiction.
Daniel Arthur Smith presents OCEANS: THE ANTHOLOGY, book 2 of the 2 book Frontiers of Speculative Fiction series that began with the top-ranking CLONES: The Anthology!
We have always fought. War is the furnace that forges new technologies and pushes humanity ever onward. We are the children of a battle that began with fists and sticks, and ended on the brink of atomic Armageddon. Beyond here lies another war, infinite in scope and scale.
But who will fight the wars of tomorrow? Join Elizabeth Bear, Indrapramit Das, Aliette de Bodard, Garth Nix and many, many more in an exploration of the furthest extremes of military science fiction…
This month, we have original science fiction by Brooke Bolander ("And You Shall Know Her by the Trail of Dead") and Caroline M. Yoachim ("Red Planet"), along with SF reprints by John Kessel ("Buffalo") and David Barr Kirtley ("Veil of Ignorance").
Plus, we have original fantasy by Maria Dahvana Headley ("And the Winners Will Be Swept Out to Sea") and Will Kaufman ("Things You Can Buy for a Penny"), and fantasy reprints by Mary Rickert ("The Girl Who Ate Butterflies") and Adam-Troy Castro ("Cerile and the Journeyer").
All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author and artist spotlights, a feature interview with Ann Leckie, and our review column, this month written by Sunil Patel.
For our ebook readers, we also have an ebook-exclusive novella reprint of "In the House of Aryaman, A Lonely Signal Burns," by Elizabeth Bear. We're also delighted to share an excerpt from Elizabeth Bear's new novel, KAREN MEMORY, and an excerpt from GEMINI CELL, Myke Cole's latest book.
“Paperclips and Memories and Things That Won't Be Missed” by Caroline M. Yoachim
“Falling Leaves” by Liz Argall
“Not Smart, Not Clever” by E. Saxey
“Microbe” by Joan Slonczewski (eBook/subscriber exclusive)
“Afterparty — Excerpt” by Daryl Gregory (eBook/subscriber exclusive)
“Likeness” by Judith Chalmer
“Crashdown” by Emma Osborne
“she's alive, alive” by Gwynne Garfinkle
“Graveyard Rose” by Seanan McGuire
“Resolute: Notes from the Editor-in-Chief” by Sigrid Ellis
“Finding the Next Lost: What Is an 'Operational Theme' and Why Don't I Have One?” by Javier Grillo-Marxuach
“Apex Cover Artist Interview with Anneliese Juergensen” by Loraine Sammy
“Apex Interview with Caroline M. Yoachim” by Maggie Slater
In our August 2012 issue, we have original fantasy by Kat Howard (“Breaking the Frame”) and Linda Nagata (“A Moment Before It Struck”), along with fantasy reprints by Wil McCarthy (“The Necromancer in Love”) and Delia Sherman (“Cotillion”).
Plus, we’ll have original science fiction by 2012 Nebula Award-winner Ken Liu (“The Bookmaking Habits of Select Species”) and a collaboration between Caroline M. Yoachim and Tina Connolly (“Flash Bang Remember”), and SF reprints by io9’s Charlie Jane Anders (“Love Might Be Too Strong a Word”) and award-winning author Michael Swanwick (“Slow Life”).
For our ebook readers, our ebook-exclusive novella is “A Separate War” by Joe Haldeman, and we have an excerpt of Kitty Steals the Show, the new Kitty Norville novel by bestselling author Carrie Vaughn.
All that, plus our usual assortment of author and artist spotlights, and feature interviews with bestselling authors Kim Stanley Robinson and Seanan McGuire (a/k/a Mira Grant).
Our August 2014 issue contains:
* Original Fiction by James Patrick Kelly ("The Rose Witch"), Caroline M. Yoachim ("Five Stages of Grief After the Alien Invasion"), Kat Howard ("The Saint of the Sidewalks"), and Joseph Tomaras ("Bonfires in Anacosta").
* Classic stories by Naomi Novik ("Seven Years from Home") and Ian R. MacLeod ("Nevermore").
* Non-fiction by Susan E. Connolly (the conclusion of her analysis of gender in short fiction), an interview with Peter Watts, an Another Word column by Daniel Abraham, and an editorial by Neil Clarke.
This month, we have original science fiction by Caroline M. Yoachim ("Welcome to the Medical Clinic at the Interplanetary Relay Station") and Craig DeLancey ("RedKing"), along with SF reprints by Timons Esaias ("The Mars Convention") and Aliette de Bodard ("The Waiting Stars").
Plus, we have original fantasy by Rich Larson ("Sparks Fly") and Marie Vibbert ("Michael Doesn't Hate His Mother"), and fantasy reprints by Andy Duncan ("The Premature Burials") and Seanan McGuire ("Rat-Catcher"). All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author spotlights, along with our book and media review columns and a roundtable interview on the Star Wars canon. For our ebook readers, we also have an ebook-exclusive reprint Mark W. Tiedemann's novella, "Miller's Wife." And for our novel excerpt this month, we're proud to present a preview of Hugh Howey's novel, SHIFT, out now from our editor's new book line for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, John Joseph Adams Books.
This month, we have original science fiction by Rahul Kanakia ("Here Is My Thinking On A Situation That Affects Us All") and Caroline M. Yoachim ("Rock, Paper, Scissors, Love, Death"), along with SF reprints by Brian Stableford ("The Pipes of Pan") and Kameron Hurley ("The Light Brigade"). Plus, we have original fantasy by Helena Bell ("When We Were Giants") and Kenneth Schneyer ("The Plausibility of Dragons"), and fantasy reprints by Toh EnJoe ("Printable") and Karen Joy Fowler ("The Black Fairy's Curse"). All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author and artist spotlights, along with a feature interview with Ernest Cline, and of course, the latest installment of our book review column. For our ebook readers, we also have a reprint of Elizabeth Hand's novella "The Least Trumps," and a novel excerpt of Chimera by Mira Grant.
This month, we have original science fiction by Caroline M. Yoachim (“Seven Wonders of a Once and Future World”) and Megan Arkenberg (“All in a Hot and Copper Sky”), along with SF reprints by Daniel H. Wilson (“God Mode”) and Carrie Vaughn (“Harry and Marlowe Meet the Founder of the Aetherian Revolution”).
Plus, we have original fantasy by Sean McMullen (“The Ninth Seduction”) and Heather Lindsley (“Werewolf Loves Mermaid”), and reprints by Maurice Broaddus (“The Iron Hut”) and Theodora Goss (“Estella Saves the Village”).
All that, and of course we also have our usual assortment of author spotlights, a feature interview with award-winning writer and translator Ken Liu, and the latest installment of our book review column. Plus, because our cover artist this month couldn’t participate in our regular artist showcase feature, we substituted a movie review column, and thus are pleased to present an insightful look at Mad Max: Fury Road from the always-delightful Carrie Vaughn.
For our ebook readers, we also have the novella “Milo and Sylvie,” by Eliot Fintushel, and a pair of novel excerpts.