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Recent Alphan Publication: “In Flagrante Delicto” by Lara Elena Donnelly

Congratulations to Alpha graduate Lara Elena Donnelly (2007 & 2008), whose poem “In Flagrante Delicto” appears in Volume II of Grim Corps: lovers have always discussed desire in terms of delectation this is no different You can read the whole poem by downloading Grim Corps here, and a full list of Alpha graduates’ publications and awards is here.

Recent Alphan Publication: “A Plant (Whose Name Is Destroyed)” by Seth Dickinson

Congratulations to Alpha graduate Seth Dickinson (2006 & 2007), whose short story “A Plant (Whose Name Is Destroyed)” went up today at Strange Horizons: Hayden opens the blinds and leaves them that way. “I don’t like theology much,” he says. “It makes me self-conscious.” You can read the whole story at Strange Horizons’ website, and a… Read More »

Alphan Award Nominee: Emily Gilman, “The Castle That Jack Built”

Congratulations to Alpha graduate Emily Gilman (2003 & 2004), whose short story “The Castle That Jack Built” has been nominated for a World Fantasy Award! “The Castle That Jack Built” originally appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and you can read it for free here. Way to go, Emily! The full list of Alpha graduates’ publications and… Read More »

Recent Alphan Publication: “Tethered” by Haris Durrani

Congratulations to Alpha graduate Haris Durrani (2009), whose novelette “Tethered” appears in the July/August 2013 issue of Analog! Haris describes the story as follows: “In the near future, the intricacies of economic competition, political conflict, and mathematical inevitability have clogged Earth orbit with artificial debris, rendering space ‘an impassible frontier.’ Charlie and Kalima are two… Read More »

Recent Alphan Publication: “The Bohemian Method” by Lara Donnelly

Congratulations to Alpha graduate Lara Donnelly (2007 & 2008), whose short story “The Bohemian Method” appears in the Spring 2013 issue of Icarus: In the failing light, Aristide chased the last of his new lambs up the hillside, back towards their evening pasture. Some of the other Currin shepherds sang to their sheep. Aristide couldn’t… Read More »

Recent Alphan Year’s Best Reprint: “The Castle That Jack Built” by Emily Gilman

“The Castle That Jack Built,” a short story by Alpha graduate Emily Gilman (2003 & 2004), has been selected to appear in The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2013, edited by Rich Horton. The anthology’s table of contents is here, and it will be available for purchase in July. “The Castle That Jack Built” originally appeared… Read More »