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World-Famous Subterranean Magazine Online Now!

It's not so much the end of an era as the changing of the guard. Although there are still two print issues to go, Subterranean Magazine is coincidentally beginning its new incarnation as a (free!) online magazine.

And you can find it here, starting with the Winter 2007 issue.

There will be new controversy content every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Currently, this includes the following features which are currently current right now:

    * Column: HARVESTING THE DARKNESS #1 by Norman Partridge
    * Fiction: MISSIVES FROM POSSIBLE FUTURES #1: ALTERNATE HISTORY SEARCH RESULTS by John Scalzi
    * Fiction: VACANCY by Lucius Shepard
    * Fiction: WANDERING THE BORDERLANDS by Poppy Z. Brite
    * Review: BOOK REVIEWS by Dorman T. Shindler



But soon will also include content by, er, me (including a novelette and a feminist diatribe) and a bunch of other very cool people.

And, to quote the Firesign Theatre, it's a fair to all and no fare to anyone! That's right! It's free!



(Did I sound enthusiastic enough? I can never tell.)

Comments

Just out of curiosity, how are they going about getting new controversy content? The Mag doesn't seem to be a traditional market, what with the helpfully linked guidelines and all. Some of us are still at the plebian level of submitting to slush, and whatnot.
AFAIK, it's by solicitation.
As soon as I saw you were going to be doing a column (a column!!!) at times, I went and bookmarked it (Scalzi showed me the way this a.m.). A feminist diatribe! Hoo-ray!

Now I am aflutter.