Apex Magazine has announced that the April issue will be devoted to the concept of how the future will remember the past, and be edited by award-winning writer and Apex author Michael A. Burstein.
“Ever since we published Michael’s collection I Remember the Future, we’ve been hoping that Michael could find the time to edit an issue,” said Jason Sizemore, publisher and editor-in-chief of Apex Magazine. “Michael’s looking for stories that evoke the same themes that tie his own stories together, such as the slipperiness of history and the dangers of forgetting the past.”
Burstein will be reading for this special issue of Apex Magazine from January 15th until March 15th. He said, “I want to thank Apex for this opportunity to edit an issue of the magazine. I’m looking forward to seeing the stories come in, and I’m hoping for some powerful ones that will stay with me for a long time.”
Guidelines for submission:
Stories for the special issue should be submitted as per the guidelines at: Submissions. Burstine will be looking for dark science fiction stories devoted to the concept of memory, including the slipperiness of history and the dangers of forgetting the past. Payment will be at the usual rate.
For more information on Michael A. Burstein collection, visit: I Remember The Future
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