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Bluebeard's Wife, a short story by Ursula Vernon.

The League of Extraordinary Gentlepersons, 1996, fanart and description. Test your pop-culture knowledge! I recognize most of both eras. I still laugh every time I hit a certain line in the text.

Fairy Tales, a short story published by Daily Science Fiction in June, which I believe makes it Hugo-eligible. (Chaos gets to nominate this year, and I have promised to mention stories I come across that I like so that she has more candidates to consider.)
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Shaenon Garrity of Narbonic is doing cartoon recaps of the X-Files here.

I liked this SF novella by Jay Lake, "The Weight of History, The Lightness of the Future", online at Subterranean. It reminded me a little bit of Peter Watt's novel Blindsight. (I promised [livejournal.com profile] carpenter I would try to recommend more SFF profic, because she'll get to nominate for the Hugos next year, so, look, a rec.)

(Heck, while I'm at it, here's another, a short story from Strange Horizons that I recced to a community awhile back, but not here, I don't think: "Beside Calais" by Samantha Henderson, WWI, flying beasts, and aviators.)

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