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Hello everyone! My name is LaShawn M. Wanak, and I would like to introduce myself as the new editor of GigaNotoSaurus. For those who don’t know me, I review books for Lightspeed. I served as an associate editor of PodCastle from 2013 through 2015. I also write science fiction and fantasy stories, which you can find links […]
For six years, opening the GigaNotoSaurus submissions inbox and beginning the hunt for the next gem has been a highlight of my week. But it’s time to start a new adventure, and let’s start it with Daisy Slots today! I’m so grateful to Ann Leckie for the opportunity to take the helm. It’s impossible to […]
It’s incredible to me that Giganotosaurus turned seven this year and that 2017 marks my third full year as editor. From its earliest days, Giganotosaurus has existed with a single goal: publish one “longish” (longer than a short story, shorter than a novel) work of speculative fiction a month. I’m incredibly proud of the 12 stories that met our […]
Editor’s Note: Editors are capricious creatures, and since we’re not all operating out of the same playbook (or any playbook at all for that matter) by nature our job is a subjective one. My goal in choosing stories for Giganotosaurus is in line with our stated value of diversity in storytelling in its myriad forms. I […]
GigaNotoSaurus has been a labor of love from the beginning. I’m very proud of the fiction I’ve published since its start in 2010. And I’ve had a lot of fun editing–I can tell you from experience that when editors say they get a happy thrill out of discovering a gem in the slush, they really, […]
If you enjoyed “Martyr’s Gem” by C.S.E. Cooney, which ran in May, you might want to check out this fabulous video excerpt, “The Epic of Shursta Sharkbait.”
This summer, Anna Schwind (who is among other things one of the editors of Podcastle) will be taking over GigaNotoSaurus’ slushpile. She’ll be reading for the next three months. This may or may not be related to the fact that I have a deadline coming up. But I’m also interested in the ways other people […]
All of us here at GigaNotoSaurus would like to extend our congratulations to this year’s Nebula Nominees! But perhaps we can be forgiven for being a bit more pleased about two particular entries on the list, both nominated for best novelette–“The Migratory Pattern of Dancers” by Katherine Sparrow and “Sauerkraut Station” by Ferret Steinmetz. Obviously […]
I just discovered there was a problem with the epub version of Cat Rambo’s “Karaluvian Fale.” It’s fixed now, and you can download it here.
Our first story goes live in November, so check back on Samhain. Or, you know, put us in your feed reader and wait for a story to appear.