What is Strange Horizons, you ask? Well, my friend, Strange Horizons is an online magazine of speculative literature–poems, short stories, and nonfiction; scifi, fantasy, horror, and so on–and they need money to keep putting out quality work!
I love SH. They publish great stories–one of my all-time favorite stories, just generally, is “Draco Campestris” by Sarah Monette, and guess where that was first published? Yup. You can get lost in their archives, and that is not a bad thing; there are stories there, old and new, that will haunt the back of your head.
And, you know, in 2011 they published a story by me, which you can find over in my links. Working with then-editor Jed Hartman was, as I’ve said before, a really enjoyable experience that taught me a lot, and seeing my story in the same place as work from my favorite writers still gives me a thrill.
So if you have some extra cash, send it their way. And go read the magazine!