Subterranean Press reports that the Spring 2011 issue of Subterranean Online is well underway, with three tales posted in recent weeks, including:
- “The Crawling Sky”, a fine bit of weird western storytelling by Joe R. Lansdale, which features the Reverend Jedediah Mercer from Deadman’s Road (where the story also appeared);
- “Show Trial”, a new, barely post-WWII fantasy novella by Kristine Kathryn Rusch;
- “The Crane Method”, a short story whose charms are far more than academic by Ian R. MacLeod.
The issue kicked off with Tobias S. Buckell’s “The Fall of Alacan,” the return to the milieu of his novella, The Executioness, also the setting of Paolo Bacigalupi’s Nebula-nominated novella, The Alchemist.
Subterranean still has a long novelette by Mary Robinette Kowal and the Mike Resnick’s latest escapade featuring Lucifer Jones before the current issue has run its course. Then they’re on to their special YA issue, edited by Gwenda Bond.
You can catch it all here: Subterranean Online Spring 2011