52+ Short Stories to Read – 2012

I’m going to read at least 52 short stories this year too. To help me on my way I’ve entered a short story challenge at the blog Dead Book Darling. The challenge only ask for 12 short stories, but at least it pushes me some of the way. I was done with the challenge in Mars, so I’m well on my way to 52+.

January

  • 1/52 – All about Emily / Connie Willis – In: Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Dec. 2011
  • 2/52 – Unnatural disaster / Kristine Kathryn Rusch – In: Fantasy Magazine, Oct. 2011

February (none)

March

  • 3/52 – Hooves and the Hovel of Abdel Jameela / Saladin Ahmed – In: The Nebula Awards Showcase 2011
  • 4/52 – Surf / Suzanne Palmer – In: Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Dec. 2011
  • 5/52 – Strawberry birdies / Pamela Sargent – In: Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Dec. 2011
  • 6/52 – Ephemera / Steve Rasnic Tem – In: Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Dec. 2011
  • 7/52 – The List / Tim McDaniel – In: Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Dec. 2011
  • 8/52 – The Countable / Ken Liu – In: Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Dec. 2011
  • 9/52 – I remember the Future / Michael A. Burstein – In: The Nebula Awards Showcase 2011
  • 10/52 – Non-Zero probabilities / N.K. Jemisin – In: The Nebula Awards Showcase 2011
  • 11/52 – Going deep / James Patrick Kelly – In: The Nebula Awards Showcase 2011
  • 12/52 – Bridesicle / Will McIntosh – In: The Nebula Awards Showcase 2011
  • 13/52 – “Run”, Bakri says / Ferrett Steinmetz – In: Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, Dec. 2011
  • 14/52 – Getting Better / Neal Barrett jr. – In: The Nebula Awards Showcase 2011
  • 15/52 – The Gambler / Paolo Bacigalupi – In: The Nebula Awards Showcase 2011
  • 16/52 – Vinegar Peace (or, the Wrong-Way, Used-Adult Orphanage) / Michael Bishop – In: The Nebula Awards Showcase 2011

April

May

June

  • 27/52 – The Edicarian Machine / Craig DeLancey – In: Analog Science Fiction and Fact, March 2012.

August – none

September – none

October


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