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The author of the book: Jason Sizemore
Edition: Apex Publications
Date of issue: October 3rd 2015
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Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field. New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
When the Fall Is All That's Left — Arkady Martine
All Things to All People — D.K. Thompson
Me and Jasper, Down by the Meth Shack — Aaron Saylor
The Atlas of Hell — Nathan Ballingrud
Super Duper Fly — Maurice Broaddus
Unreliable Narrators in Kiernan and Chambers — Lucy A. Snyder
Interview with D.K. Thompson — Andrea Johnson
Interview with Joshua Hutchinson — Russell Dickerson
Ten Little Zombies — Gregg Chamberlain
The Underworld — Laurel Dixon
Minotaur — Zachary Riddle
Hello, Wild Things, and Good Luck — Sarah Hollowell
Empire Ascendant — Kameron Hurley
The Pickpocket's Tale — Kevin J. Anderson and Neil Peart
Words from the Editor-in-Chief — Jason Sizemore
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Read information about the authorI was born the son of an unemployed coal miner in a tiny Kentucky Appalachian villa named Big Creek (population 400). It’s an isolated area with beautiful rolling hills, thick forests, and country folk. I lived in Big Creek until I went to college, spending my weekends cruising the Winn Dixie parking lot of ladies, partying in my cousin’s run-down three room trailer, and being a member of the bad-ass Clay County High School Academic Team.
College was quite a shock for me. Girls! Minorities! Strip clubs! And it didn’t help that I attended Transylvania University, a fairly snotty (but excellent) private college in Lexington, KY (on scholarship… no way my family could have sent me otherwise). I graduated in the standard four years with a degree in Computer Science.
Since 1996, I’ve worked for evil corporations (IBM), dot com dreamers (eCampus.com), The Man (both city and state government), and for The Kids (KY Dept. of Education), and assholes (lots and lots of assholes).
In 2004, I decided my life was boring, that I no longer needed disposable income, and I needed to increase my stress levels. I started Apex Publications, a small press publisher of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. At first it was just a small print zine, then a pro-level online zine, then books, and then ebooks.
I edit anthologies, mostly for Apex (because I’m a control freak). I occasionally do copy editing (when pressed) and have done plenty of acquisition editing over the years.
I also write. I don’t really write enough to leave a mark, but it seems to go well when I do put pen to paper.
Miscellaneous facts about me: left-handed, blue eyes, super geeky, hillbilly accent, near-sighted, and typically in a goofy mood.
Also, and most importantly, I’m not the drunkard all those Facebook photos makes me out to be. It just happens that cameras are always around when I… have libations. Honest!
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