Our latest issue of Ideomancer explores the theme of journeys — ones we undertake willingly and those that drag us wailing behind. “Bright Wings and Wax” by Chelsea Polk shows us how much we might relinquish in order to undertake such a trip. “Like the Cold if You Are Dead” by Jennifer de Guzman and “Bonefields” by Margaret Ronald share journeys with unexpected endings. Daniel Kaysen draws us into his passing landscape in “Likewise.”
We also present an interview with Jack McDevitt, a 2004 Nebula nominee, a review of Troll: A Love Story by Johanna Sinisalo, and a classic short story.
Hope you enjoy this quarter’s issue!