The July issue is here!

July 21st, 2016

Dear Readers,

The July issue is here! This issue brings you fantasy, sci fi, and two stories rooted in folklore. Inside, you will explore art, magic, love, fertility, Jewish mythology, and talking shoes (literally)!

If you like the issue and appreciate our efforts, please consider making a donation to Expanded Horizons through the PayPal button on the right. See you next month!

– Dash, for Expanded Horizons

Our fiftieth issue is here!

June 12th, 2016

Dear Readers,

Our fiftieth issue is here! This issue brings you more folklore, magic and creepiness from around the world.

Because we didn’t release an issue this spring, we will be releasing two issues this summer, maybe three. So stay tuned for more diverse spec fic next month!

– Dash, for Expanded Horizons

Our January issue has arrived!

January 14th, 2016

Dear Readers,

The January issue is here! Journey with us this month as we explore the perilous wilds of space, outwit a Rakshasa, sneak into a witch’s cottage, and ponder the meaning of race — to an android.

If you like the issue and appreciate our efforts, please consider making a donation to Expanded Horizons through the PayPal button on the right. See you next month!

– Dash, for Expanded Horizons

Our December issue is postponed till January

December 26th, 2015

Dear Readers,

Happy Holidays! The next issue of Expanded Horizons will be released in January, not in the remaining days of December. It’s taking a little longer than expected to get together. Have a fun, safe holiday season, and see you next year!

– Dash, for Expanded Horizons

Our November issue is here!

November 16th, 2015

Dear Readers,

We’re back with another issue! This one takes us far out into space, to some very unlikely places, where we meet some very unusual characters. Along the way, we also have a brush with mythology, folklore and fairytales… college life and television screenwriting. Let the journey begin!

If you like the issue and appreciate our efforts, please consider making a donation to Expanded Horizons through the PayPal button on the right. See you next month!

– Dash, for Expanded Horizons

Our October issue has arrived!

October 10th, 2015

Dear Readers,

Our October issue is here, featuring a returning EH author and three new ones as well. This issue brings you stories of love, friendship, magic, and survival (on Earth and beyond).

Please help support Expanded Horizons by donating if you enjoy the issue.

– The Expanded Horizons Team

WE’RE BACK! Our September issue is here!

September 3rd, 2015

Dear Readers,

Expanded Horizons is back! This year has been very difficult for me with the passing of my beloved grandfather, Morris Stone (ז״ל), who, along with my grandmother, have resided with me for the last two years, ever since the fire in May 2013 that burned their house. The spring and summer issue of Expanded Horizons took a backseat to family matters, and, alas, never happened.

But, with the start of the new year (can you believe Rosh Hashanah is less than two weeks away already?!), Expanded Horizons gets back up, dusts itself off, and carries on with life, as we all must eventually do after we lose a loved one.

So I bring you four stories — of magic in a Japanese internment camp, of a lesbian love between ghosts, of a transgender time traveler, and of an ancient river spirit who has lost her way. Come inside and enjoy!

If you like the issue and appreciate our efforts, please consider making a donation to Expanded Horizons through the PayPal button on the right. Our next issue will be released in October, 2015. (That’s right — next month!)

– Dash, for Expanded Horizons

Our January Issue Is Here!

January 15th, 2015

Dear Readers,

Happy New Year!

Our new issue features three stories for your enjoyment: one from the Philippines, where a young woman discovers that folklore is chillingly real; one from a land plagued by mists, where an actor searches for their next role in life; and one from a future San Francisco, where a young couple tries to readjust to life on Earth after a harrowing journey in space.

I hope you enjoy the issue! Please donate if you like what we’re doing — every little bit helps!

– The Expanded Horizons Team

Our November Issue Has Arrived!

November 11th, 2014

Dear Readers,

Our November issue has arrived! This issue features fiction set in four very different places: The rocky Irish coast, a suburb in the Philippines, the Desert (even as it mysteriously appears inside your own home), and on a far off world in the remains of an ancient alien city. We have Filipino spirit healers, magic realism, a lesbian selkie romance, and a contemplation of what human (and alien) colonization of space might mean for our collective linguistic future. Come inside and enjoy!

If you like the issue and appreciate our efforts, please consider making a donation to Expanded Horizons through the PayPal button on the right.

– The Expanded Horizons Team

Interview!

September 12th, 2014

Dear Readers,

My interview with Jim Harrington is up live on his blog, as part of his series of “six questions” for editors of speculative fiction magazines.

People often wonder what I look for as editor of Expanded Horizons. Now here is your chance to hear the answer! Jim Harrington describes his project thus:

“In response to a post on my personal blog, a reader suggested I publish a series of interviews in which editors ‘list, in excruciating details, all that each editor desires in his/her stories.’ Wow. What a great idea. Not only does this provide authors with specific information about what editors are looking for in the submissions they receive, it offers editors a venue for advertising their publications and getting the word out about what, in their opinion, constitutes ‘good writing.’”

Thank you, Jim, for allowing me to participate in your project!
-Dash