"You Have Now Eaten Thirty-Four Spiders" in Eclectica Magazine's 20th Anniversary Speculative Anthology

Sean Gill's short story "You Have Now Eaten Thirty-Four Spiders," originally published by Eclectica Magazine in April 2014, has been collected in their 20th Anniversary print anthology, which is available for purchase here. Of the anthology, Charles Yu (Sorry Please Thank You, How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe) writes:

"Sean Gill’s 'You Have Now Eaten Thirty-Four Spiders' conjures an entire world with economy and verbal wit. And Anthony W. Brown’s 'AquaSerene (A Fish Story)' is as arresting and vibrant and raw as anything I’ve read in a journal or collection in a long time. That so much interesting work was published by one magazine is a testament to the openness and wide-ranging taste of the editors, and their finely attuned ability to detect, in many strange, fresh and unfamiliar styles and tones, something new and pure, of a melody, of a real singer singing a real song, in a key that hasn’t been heard before."


"Obsessions: Authoritarian Kitsch" Online at ZYZZYVA

"Authoritarian Kitsch," a new short essay by Sean Gill, is available to read online at ZYZZYVA, as a part of their ongoing "Obsessions" series. ZYZZYVA is a San Francisco literary journal, founded in 1985, that has published work by Haruki Murakami, Laurie Anderson, Amy Tan, and Ursula K. Le Guin.


"Forbidden Melodies from a Diminishing Octave" in So It Goes

Sean Gill's latest short story, a science-fiction satire called "Forbidden Melodies from a Diminishing Octave," has just been published in the "Indiana Bicentennial" issue (Issue No. 5) of So It Goes: The Literary Journal of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library and it is available for purchase in print.

The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library is located in Indianapolis, Indiana and is a leading champion in preserving Vonnegut's legacy, fighting censorship, and giving a voice to veteran artists and writers. So It Goes has previously featured work by Tim O'Brien (The Things They Carried), Etheridge Knight (Poems from Prison), Marge Piercy (He, She, and It), and comedian Lewis Black.


Sean Gill's "Beyond the Terminus, Beyond" in Sonora Revew

Sean Gill's short story "Beyond the Terminus, Beyond" [which was chosen earlier this year as the winner of the 2016 Sonora Review Fiction Prize by judge Molly Antopol (The UnAmericans)] is now available for purchase in Sonora Review #70. Of the story, Antopol wrote: "I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I admire the story for so many reasons: the characters are complicated and nuanced, the prose is tight and lyrical, and the author explores complicated moral questions in a way that feels fresh, intelligent and never didactic. This is a gorgeous story by a writer with talent in spades."


Sean Gill's "Dreams of the Clockmaker" Radio Play in Cleaver Magazine

An abridged version of Sean Gill's 2010 play Dreams of the Clockmaker (adapted and directed by Grace Connolly) debuts this week as a radio drama, and it can be listened to and read online at Cleaver Magazine. Cleaver has also conducted a new interview with playwright Sean Gill.

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