A New Grammar for Science Fiction

Science Fiction is no longer a novelty.

We do not want to read Science Fiction because it is set in the future. Science Fiction must offer some deeper, truer view of ourselves and our place in the cosmos.


A Sneak Peak at Issue 1

The three stories we present to you here are different. They are all about heart. Not ‘heart’ in the sense of dogged commitment, heart, the pink thing beating inside your chest.” – David Gill 
We could have called this journal “Ansible,” but that wouldn’t tell you anything – of course we want to reach distant strangers with our words. The fact that you’re reading this is proof of that. But we also want the words themselves to be free from the old cliches and trappings that have kept SF so damned repressed – and repressive – for the past thirty years or more.” – Nathaniel K. Miller
“I’m only ever looking for those things that stand out and refuse to fall in line, those things that don’t fit into pre-established forms, and piss people off and blaze their own trails forward.” – Ben Loory
Where Bradbury posits that the house will fare better than we will, I sort of wonder whether we’ll both be in about the same position – screwed but not dead.” – Nathaniel K. Miller
Rigid, hierarchical, militant organizations do not have a good history of promoting tolerance, diversity, individual liberty, and self-determination.” – Cal Godot
Yes, there is more to Shakepeare than performing it as an enriching distraction while you explore deep space!” – David Gill

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