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In the Spring issue, you’ll find intriguing SF from Kate Woodbury, a very different take on the story of Noah from Adam Corbin Fusco, and a twisted fantasy from the Larry Hodges. It also contains an interview with Nancy Kress, and poems by Scott E. Green and Lee Clark Zumpe. Here’s what’s new on the website …

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Ads for Issue #124 & Fiction Guidelines Updated

If you would like to run an ad in the next issue of Space and Time (Fall 2015 edition), please contact me at hildy@spaceandtimemagazine.com this week. Information on pricing and general specifications are available under the “Advertise” tab on this site. We only have a couple of slots left, so if you’re interested, don’t wait!

Also, if you’re thinking about submitting a story to us when we reopen September 1, please read our guidelines on the “Submissions” tab. They have been updated since our last open window. Once we are officially open, I will also post the link that allows you to send a submission.

Announcement: Opening for Fiction in September

We have finally whittled down our backlog of fiction — which means it’s finally time for us to reopen for fiction.

Our next open window for submissions of short fiction will be the month of September, 2015. Closer to the time, I will update our fiction submission guidelines and post the link to which stories should be sent. So, get your creative motors running and ready your best fantasy, horror, science fiction, steampunk, and wacky mashups thereof — anything goes, so long as it has a speculative element!

Note on The Raven and The Dove

In Issue 123 of Space and Time, the quote that begins Adam Corbin Fusco’s story, The Raven and the Dove, printed with a string of numbers in front of it. Those should have simply shown as ellipses. We apologize to Adam for the error.

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