GigaNotoSaurus

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US monthly downloadable Online Magazine produced since November 2010 by Ann Leckie, St Louis, Missouri. Although it calls itself a Webzine it is not a magazine in the formal sense as it publishes only one story per month, but these are often longer than found in most online magazines, up to 25,000 words, and it is a paying market. It runs both science fiction and fantasy and seeks to maintain high standards. Two stories from its first year were nominated for the Nebula award: "The Migratory Pattern of Dancers" (July 2011) by Katherine Sparrow, about genetically modified performers, and "Sauerkraut Station" (November 2011) by Ferrett Steinmetz, a charming story about family life on a Space Station. It has proved to be a regular market for women writers, contributors including Angela Ambroz, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Ruth Nestvold, Cat Rambo, Patricia {RUSSO} and the Malaysian writer Zen Cho. GigaNotoSaurus is a good example of keeping things simple and doing them right. [MA]

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