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Sue Burke
Axion ‘zine goes live 
4th-Dec-2018 09:34 am
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A new e-zine is available for your pleasure: Axion, “where words, worlds, and wormholes collide. So annihilation, real or imaginary, is a real possibility.” It’s not professional (it’s not after your stinkin’ money), so it can focus on being fun and quirky.

Its editors warn: “We are three college students who have created this site for a course in online publishing. We have come to your planet in peace. We mean you and your species no harm.”

Their inaugural posts include an interview of myself and Amalia Gladhart on translating Angélica Gorodischer. I translated the novel Prodigies and Amalia translated Trafalgar. (Ursula K. Le Guin translated Kalpa Imperial.)

Axion was also kind enough to publish my poem "First Colony’s Fate.”

And you’ll find much more: fiction, art, commentary, interviews, music, poetry, and news. Axion invites your submissions and comments in multiple languages. You can be part of real or imaginary annihilation.

You can also read the other e-zines from the class: Doomwave; Tell Tale Heart; Ventanas; Twisted; The Bitch Has Issues; and House of Horror, Glitter, and Words.

— Sue Burke
Comments 
5th-Dec-2018 05:23 pm (UTC)
Sounds good! But, yo, the link to 'First Colony's Fate' doesn't work.
5th-Dec-2018 05:31 pm (UTC)
You're right. So I fixed them. Thanks for letting me know!

Here's the correct poetry link:
http://axion.dinmagazine.org/first-colonys-fate-science-fiction-haiku-about-the-moon-by-sue-burke/
6th-Dec-2018 07:56 am (UTC)
Surely welcome! Good poem; sad though. The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress was the first Heinlein I ever read, when I was 10; it's been a big influence in my life. I like the article on Ursula LeGuin's poetry too. Thanks for posting!
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