WDSF Review: “A Word Shaped Like Bones” by Kris Millering

The second tale in Lightspeed’s Women Destroy Science Ficiton edition comes from Kris Millering called “Words Shaped Like Bones”. The first page grabs the reader by the throat: an artist (the MC) is sharing the confinements of a spaceship with an unidentified dead man.  Maureen is headed to the alien world of Hippocrene to share her sculptures […]

WDSF Review: “Each to Each” by Seanan McGuire

The Women Destroy Science Fiction edition of Lightspeed Magazine starts off with a short story by Seanan McGuire entitled “Each to Each”. The title is a reference to the T.S. Eliot poem “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” about a poor sod dealing with a uninspiring sex life, likening sexual politics to the nine […]

Reading–Women Destroy Science Fiction

I have been waiting to get this into my hot little virtual hands.  I was crushed when I discovered the call for submissions several days after the deadline.  Even though I couldn’t participate in creating it, I’m thrilled to be reading it. Christie Yant, the guest editor for the Women Destroy Science Fiction issue has more to say, […]