io9 Newsstand: Best Stories of the Week for November 17 - 22

This week Vice announced their new SFF magazine, Terraform. As mentioned previously in this column, new 'zines are always coming along and this is good news most of the time. However, Terraform's birth was not the occasion for celebration, but a throwdown. » 11/21/14 10:40am Friday 10:40am

So weird that I see NO ONE ever mentioning other non-fiction books that have posited that Jesus and Mary married and had kids. Ones that had way more evidence to back it up than this allegedly lost book in the British Library. Even when Dan Brown was getting play people mentioned Holy Blood, Holy Grail. » 11/11/14 7:18pm 11/11/14 7:18pm

io9 Newsstand: Best Stories of the Week for November 1 - 8

November ushers in darker days, the saving of daylight, and some all-new fiction. In addition to new issues of the magazines you already know and love, there's one making its debut: Uncanny Magazine. More venues for short fiction are always welcome, especially said venues offer fresh and different perspectives on the… » 11/09/14 9:30am 11/09/14 9:30am

io9 Newsstand: Best Stories of the Week for September 22 - 27

There's a vast trove of excellent fiction published in years or decades past that would be inaccessible to most readers, if it weren't for reprint anthologies and magazine editors. Luckily, a lot of anthologies are available as ebooks (like the fairy tale anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling!) Plus… » 9/26/14 10:40am 9/26/14 10:40am

io9 Newsstand: Best Stories for the Week of September 1 - 6

A new month means brand new magazines! And this is a great time to remind you that many of the best short stories of the month come from magazines that offer subscriptions on a monthly, semi-monthly, and quarterly basis. And your subscription helps editors pay writers, who in turn write great stories. » 9/05/14 10:40am 9/05/14 10:40am

I really need people to stop lumping in "conspiracy theorists" with flat earth nutters and the like. Just because one lends credence to a conspiracy theory doesn't mean you're not thinking. Several conspiracies have turned out to be true. See South African apartheid scientists trying to come up with a virus that only… » 8/28/14 12:46pm 8/28/14 12:46pm