|The anthology includes a wide range of|
perspectives and tones.
(Image via Fireside Magazine)
|Members of the Mexicanx Initiative|
at Worldcon 76
(Photo by Kateryna Barnes)
- David Bowles’ Aztlán Liberated–– a quick-paced, doomsday sci-fi story that feels like a scene from an action flick
- Julia Rios’ A Truth Universally Acknowledged–– an introspective alternate reality exploration into the “what ifs” of human relationships
- Raquel Castro’s Ring a Ring o’ Roses–– What happens when a young girl gets a pet zombie for her birthday? She brings it to school, of course!
- Alberto Chimal’s It All Makes Sense Here–– There be monsters here...or are there?
- Gabriela Damián Miravete’s Music and Petals–– Psychological horror meets family secrets in a short story that’ll make you want to avoid your basement for the foreseeable future
- Andrea Chapela’s Clean Air will Smell like Silver Apricots–– an imaginative look at childhood grief in a near future
*Editor's note: a previous version of this blog post erroneously implied that Brenda might already be eligible for a Hugo. We regret this error.