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Our first issue is out on Monday! Thank you to Strange Horizons for all their support and enthusiasm, and to all the talented writers and translators who have submitted work to us.

This issue features an imagined world, a strange encounter with a very personal truth, an academic finding more than she expected from her research, and a new way of looking at Earth from Mars.

We're delighted to feature stories, poems, translations and reviews by Suvi Kauppila, Abdul Wakil Sulamal, James Caron, Ko Hua Chen, Annie Sheng, Lavie Tidhar, and Rachel Cordasco. Over the next few weeks we'll also be publishing interviews where they tell us a bit more about their work.

Our aim is to shine a spotlight on all the individuals who do so much to bring us new fantastical worlds—both the writers and the translators, as well as others in the speculative fiction community who are committed to championing new fiction in translation. Thank you for your support so far, and we're looking forward to what's ahead!

Sarah Dodd lives in Leeds and lectures in the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Leeds, where she also co-organises the projects Writing Chinese and Reading the Fantastic. She is a graduate of the 2012 Clarion West Writers' Workshop and has published stories (as Sarah Brooks) in Strange Horizons, Interzone, Shimmer and elsewhere.
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