It's Finally Time To Enjoy The Destruction Of Science Fiction!

A while ago, you donated your money and your signal-boosting powers to Lightspeed Magazine's "Women Destroy Science Fiction" special issue. Now at last, that issue is available as an ebook for just $3.99 — including 180,000 words of content.

For those who missed it, this is an all-female issue of Lightspeed, and the somewhat ironic title is commenting on internet pearl-clutching over women destroying the genre by wishing to join it. A lot of the stories and articles will be going up on the Lightspeed site over the next month, but not all of them.

Among other things, the stories include Seanan McGuire's "Each to Each," Kris Millering's "A Word Shaped Like Bones," N.K. Jemisin's "Walking Awake," Carrie Vaughn's "Salvage," Tananarive Due's "Like Daughter," and e-book exclusives like Maureen McHugh's "The Cost to be Wise," Amal El-Mohtar's "The Lonely Sea in the Sky," and my own story "The Unfathomable Sisterhood of Ick," which I'm unreasonably proud of. With this sheer quantity of fascinating content, you're pretty much guaranteed to get your $3.99 worth. [Lightspeed Magazine]