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Clarkesworld: Issue 094 (July 2014) by Neil…
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Clarkesworld: Issue 094 (July 2014)

by Neil Clarke (Editor)

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Clarkesworld is a Hugo Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine. Each month we bring you a mix of fiction (new and classic works), articles, interviews and art. Our July 2014 issue contains: Original Fiction by Yoon Ha Lee ("The Contemporary Foxwife"), N. K. Jemisin ("Stone Hunger"), and Juliette Wade ("Souls Bargain"). Classic stories by William Browning Spencer ("The Halfway House at the Heart of Darkness") and Chris Roberson ("Gold Mountain"). Non-fiction by Susan E. Connolly (Part Two of her Analysis of Gender in Short Fiction"), an interview with Jeff VanderMeer, an Another Word column by James L. Sutton, and an editorial by Neil Clarke.… (more)

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I loved "The Contemporary Foxwife" by Yoon Ha Lee. In a way, it's what it says on the tin, but in another way it's a deeply moving story about honoring your past while living in your present.

"Soul's Bargain" by Juliette Wade scared me a little, in the way that I could relate to the protagonist who was dealing with a body that had changed on her. This particularly moved me in a personal way, because as I read it I thought of my betraying body and how it caused me to do things differently. The beauty of the ending was touching. (I can't word today? I feel awkward trying to describe this now. I think it felt too personal. I'll need to read this story again.)

The Jemisin story was solid. ( )
  tldegray | Sep 21, 2018 |
A story of survival and revenge set in the world of her Broken Earth series. ( )
  RivetedReaderMelissa | Mar 22, 2018 |
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