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This Week in SHOWCASE #13
Welcome to SHOWCASE, the free webzine companion to STUPEFYING STORIES magazine and the STUPEFYING STORIES PRESENTS anthology series. This week we’re up to our earlobes in editorial work on the January releases—in fact, we’ll be rolling out several new titles within the next 72 hours, so watch this space!—but we’re not quite ready to take the wraps off anything just yet, so let’s cut right to the stories. This week SHOWCASE is proud to present:
Hurry, his mother had said. The gwella, they come, their pelts thick and maws wide. And now every life in the village depended on him...
ChaaSooNiik had never been this far above her home vents before, but the scientists were certain: there was something on the other side of the ceiling of the world...
Stranded on a nameless, frozen, and barren world, the survivors of the starship crash had just one chance of getting out of this alive...
What can survive the death of the universe?
Plus, STUPEFYING STORIES publisher Bruce Bethke ruminates on lessons learned in 2013 and the changes that are in the works for 2014.