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About Nin Harris
Nin Harris is an author, poet, critical theorist and Gothic scholar who exists in a perpetual state of unheimlich. Nin writes Gothic fiction, baroque planetary romances and space operas, mythic fantasies and various other forms of hyphenated weird fiction. Nin's publishing credits include: Clarkesworld, Strange Horizons, The Dark, Beneath Ceaseless Skies etc. Nin is a 2016 Rhysling Poetry Award nominee.
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The People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction! special issue exists to relieve a brokenness in the genre that’s been enabled time and time again by favoring certain voices and portrayals of particular characters. Here we bring together a team of POC writers and editors from around the globe to present science fiction that explores the nuances of culture, race, and history. This is science fiction for our present time, but also—most of all—for our future.
People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction! is 100% written and edited by people of color, and is lead by guest editors Nalo Hopkinson and Kristine Ong Muslim, with editorial contributions from Nisi Shawl, Grace L. Dillon, Berit Ellingsen, Arley Sorg, and Sunil Patel. It features ten original, never-before-published short stories, plus ten original flash fiction stories, by writers such as Steven Barnes, Karin Lowachee, Sofia Samatar, Terence Taylor, Caroline M. Yoachim, and more. All that, plus five classic reprints, by the likes of Samuel R. Delany and Octavia E. Butler; an array of nonfiction articles, interviews, and book reviews; and more than two dozen personal essays from people of colo(u)r discussing their experiences as readers and writers of science fiction.
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Each month The Dark brings you the best in dark fantasy and horror!
Edited by award winning editors Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Sean Wallace
and brought to you by Prime Books, this issue includes two all-new
stories and two reprints:
“Snake Season” by Erin Roberts
“Cutting Teeth” by Kirsty Logan (reprint)
“Being an Account of The Sad Demise of The Body Horror Club” by Nin Harris
“The Darkest Part” by Stephen Graham Jones (reprint)
Edited by Rose Lemberg, and featuring work by:
Celeste Rita Baker
M. David Blake
Sheree Renée Thomas
Yoon Ha Lee
Cover art by Galen Dara
Interior illustrations by M Sereno (Likhain)
Designed and typeset by Bogi Takács
Our February 2017 issue (#125) contains:
* Original stories by Jack Skillingstead and Burt Courtier ("Assassins"), Nin Harris ("Prosthetic Daughter"), Simone Heller ("How Bees Fly"), and Chi Hui ("Rain Ship").
* Reprints by Cecelia Holland ("Dragon''s Deep") and K.J. Parker ("The Dragonslayer of Merebarton").
* Non-fiction by Christopher Mahon, an interview with Nnedi Okorafor, an Another Word column by Genevieve Valentine, and an editorial by Neil Clarke.
the Weird Dream Society brings together twenty-three stories from the most innovative
creators in speculative fiction.
Nathan Ballingrud, Carina Bissett, Gregory Norman Bossert, Karen Bovenmyer,
Christopher Brown, Emily Cataneo, Julie C. Day, Michael J Deluca, Gemma Files,
A.T. Greenblatt, Nin Harris, Chip Houser, James Patrick Kelly, Marianne Kirby, Kathrin Köhler
Matthew Kressel, Jordan Kurella, Premee Mohamed, Sarah Read, Sofia Samatar,
Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Steve Toase, A.C. Wise
All proceeds from the Weird Dream Society anthology will go to RAICES. RAICES envisions a
compassionate society where all people have the right to migrate, and human rights are guaranteed.
Some dreams can change the world.
Half of the stories in this anthology you can read here for the very first time!
The stories in this anthology are:
“This is What the Boogeyman Looks Like” by T.J. Berg
“Empathy Bee” by Forrest Brazeal
“Consider the Monsters” by Beth Cato
“The Ceiling of the World” by Nicole Crucial
“The Inspiration Machine” by K.S. Dearsley
“Consequences of a Statistical Approach Towards a Utilitarian Utopia: A Selection of Potential Outcomes” by Matt Dovey
“Why Aren’t Millennials Continuing Traditional Worship of the Elder Dark?” by Matt Dovey
“The Train to Wednesday” by Steven Fischer
“Beldame” by Nickolas Furr
“Dear Parents, Your Child is Not the Chosen One” by P.G. Galalis
“Colonized Bodies, Dessicated Souls” by Nin Harris
“Tracing an Original Thought” by Holly Heisey
“The Eat Me Drink Me Challenge” by Chris Kuriata
“Dogwood Stories” by Nicole Givens Kurtz
“Invasion of the Water Towers” by R.D. Landau
“Save the God Damn Pandas” by Anaea Lay
“Bootleg Jesus” by Tonya Liburd
“One Part Per Billion” by Samantha Mills
“Lies of the Desert Fathers” by Stewart Moore
“The Old Ones, Great and Small” by Rajiv Moté
“Gorilla in the Streets” by Mari Ness
“The Cliff of Hands” by Joanne Rixon
“Fresh Dates” by D.A. Xiaolin Spires
“Little Empire of Lakelore” by D.A. Xiaolin Spires
“The Problem From Jamaica Plain” by Marie L. Vibbert
“What the Sea Reaps, We Must Provide” by Eleanor R. Wood
In this anthology we've brought together the works of writers from all over Southeast Asia, exploring what it is like to be flesh in this urban environment, a situation akin to that of the tightly-fitted cellular bodies that make up organs. And from organs, bodies, people, echoes, cities ... on to galaxies. The sex, of course, is present.
Writers: Teo Yi Han, Sokunthary Svay, Simon Rowe, Terence Toh,Tina Sim, Yeyet Soriano, Bridgette Ann Rebuca, Ari Abraham, Kate Osias, Nin Harris, Justine Anjanique P. Jordan, Shamala Hinrichsen, Damyanti Biswas, Kenneth Yu, Verena Tay, Joelyn Alexandra, EK Gonzales, Eve Shi and Benjanun Sriduangkaew.
Our November 2015 issue (#110) contains:
* Original Fiction by Naomi Kritzer ("So Much Cooking"), Nin Harris ("Your Right Arm"), Sara Saab ("In the Queue for the Worldship Munawwer"), Krista Hoeppner Leahy ("The Hexagonal Bolero of Honeybees"), and Xia Jia ("If on a Winters Night a Traveler").
* Reprints by Tim Sullivan ("Way Down East") and Ellen Kushner and Ysabeau S. Wilce ("One Last, Great Adventure").
* Non-fiction by Mark Cole (You Wouldn't Be Reading This If It Weren’t For Buck Rogers), an interview with Fran Wilde, an Another Word column by Liu Cixin, and an editorial by Neil Clarke.
It features stories about Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia. The writers have sorted through the 'trash' and found things that can be valued as still useful, things that deserve to be salvaged, and recycled, or reused, but they also point unflinchingly at structures, strictures, and modes of thought that have clearly served their time and must be discarded.
Writers: Zedeck Siew, Raymond G. Falgui, Lyana Shah, Dipika Mukherjee, Timothy Marsh, Richard Calayeg Cornelio, Ted Mahsun, Eliza Vitri Handayani, Michael Aaron Gomez, Tilon Sagulu, Alexander Marcos Osias, Nin Harris, Francis Quina, M. SHANmughalingam and Victor Fernando R. Ocampo.
Our August 2017 issue (#131) contains:
* Original fiction by Original fiction by D.A. Xiaolin Spires ("Twisted Knots"), Nin Harris ("Reversion"), Octavia Cade ("The Stone Weta"), Sunny Moraine ("In the Blind"), and Chen Qiufan ("A Man Out of Fashion").
* Reprints by Sandra McDonald ("Fleet") and Kim Stanley Robinson ("Venice Drowned").
* Non-fiction by Olga Kuno, an interview with Annalee Newitz, an Another Word column by Cat Rambo, and an editorial by Neil Clarke.