- Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet
- Lightspeed Magazine
- LONTAR: Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction
- Luna Station Quarterly
Onwards into the alphabet of semiprozanity.
Some neat fiction and poetry http://www.ideomancer.com/?p=2996
This story really struck me “The Changeling and the Sun”, by Lee S. Hawke http://www.ideomancer.com/?p=2939
Venerable, long-running British SF magazine with famous name contributors like Jeff Noon http://ttapress.com/1857/interzone-260/0/4/
The usual mix – fiction and poetry. Nothing grabbed me immediately but this story was ok http://www.kaleidotrope.net/archives/summer-2015/bitter-medicine-by-c-a-l/
Lackington’s is an online magazine that publishes speculative fiction and art four times a year. We want to help widen the space for prose poetry. We’re looking for stylized prose. Not inept purple prose, of course, but controlled and well-crafted wordsmithery that reflects the story, setting, theme, atmosphere, or philosophy it seeks to describe. http://lackingtons.com/about/
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet http://www.lcrw.net/lcrw/
Their server was down when I visited but I’ve been there before and I’m sure it is active.
Popular magazine with lots of famous names, new fiction and reprints.
LONTAR is the world’s only biannual literary journal focusing on Southeast Asian speculative fiction. The journal was founded in 2012, in order to spread awareness of this literature to readers who might not normally be exposed to it, and to celebrate its existence and diversity within the region. http://lontarjournal.com/about/
No story links but here are the author’s comments on an interesting story http://www.gordsellar.com/2015/11/03/the-spurned-brides-tears-centuries-old-in-the-rain/
Luna Station Quarterly http://lunastationquarterly.com/
Luna Station Quarterly is a speculative fiction magazine featuring stories by emerging women authors. Now in our 6th year!
As it says, mainly stories by newer writers, some reprints.