Helios Quarterly Magazine

The current issue of Helios Quarterly Magazine includes Yadira Álvarez Betancourt’s short story “A Shared Dream”: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XXHY55F/

Her short fiction has appeared in Farther Stars Than These and is forthcoming in a future issue of Helios Quarterly Magazine.


“A Ladder to the Moon”

To coincide with the Moon Festival, Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores has just posted Naoko Awa’s short story “A Ladder to the Moon”: https://cosmicrootsandeldritchshores.com/fiction-all/stories-for-young-people-from-4-to-400/ladder-to-the-moon/

Art by Yamaguchi Sekkei

The Nabu Review

Mexican writer Vicente Riva Palacio has a short story in the current issue of The Nabu Review: https://issuu.com/theparagonjournal/docs/the_nabu_review__1_-merged

His short story “An Unequal Marriage” is available to read here: http://www.bewilderingstories.com/issue808/unequal_marriage.html

He has another story at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Sewing-Machine-Vicente-Riva-Palacio-ebook/dp/B07N1RL7T9/

Vicente Riva Palacio

“Astronaut Poets” reviewed

Charles Payseur reviews Carmen Lucía Alvarado’s poem “Astronaut Poets” at Quick Sip Reviews: https://quicksipreviews.blogspot.com/2019/09/quick-sips-samovar-09022019-strange.html

This is a lovely piece about poetry, and about poets, and about space. It claims that all poets begin wanting to be astronauts, connected to the vastness of space, the tantalizing promise of the darkened sky.

Read the poem here: http://samovar.strangehorizons.com/2019/09/02/astronaut-poets-poetas-astronautas/

Carmen Lucía Alvarado