September 28th, 2009

in motion

new fiction

Good morning!  Strange Horizons is pleased to bring you a brand-new story today:

"A Safe Place to Be" by Carol Emshwiller

It started with a funny feeling in the bottoms of my feet. Something is going to happen. Perhaps an earthquake. That's what it feels like. But perhaps terrorists on the way. Whatever it is, something's coming.

The bio at the end of her story only points to Carol's SFWA page, but if you are interested in knowing more about the author (and who wouldn't be?) you may wish to check out some of the goodies Small Beer Press has collected, such as a fan letter to her from Alice Sheldon/James Tiptree, links to more of her work, interviews, and a lovely review of her novel Ledoyt by Ursula Le Guin (found, to complete the circuit, at Strange Horizons).