Several BCS authors have stories and interviews appearing elsewhere in recent weeks.
The July/August issue of Analog includes a story by Seth Dickinson (“Worth of Crows” in BCS #104 and “The Traitor Baru Cormorant, Her Field-General, and Their Wounds” in BCS #85), as well as one coauthored by Alec Austin (“Blood Remembers” in BCS #117, and “Casualties” in BCS #110) & Marissa Lingen (“Armistice Day” in BCS #117, “The Six Skills of Madame Lumiere” in BCS #46, and several others). Austin & Lingen have a coauthored story forthcoming from BCS this summer. Of their Analog story, Locus Online reviewer Lois Tilton said “There’s some nice acerbic wit here, which I always enjoy”; their BCS stories, both solo and together, contain much of that as well.
The new issue of Electric Velocipede features a story by E. Catherine Tobler (“Lady Marmalade” in BCS #98, among several others). She also has a piece forthcoming in BCS this summer.
BCS author Rose Lemberg (“Held Close in Syllables of Light” in BCS #80) is featured in an interview in Strange Horizons, focusing on language. And Strange Horizons‘s Short Fiction Snapshot column has a thorough and fascinating discussion of “Boat in Shadows, Crossing” by Tori Truslow, from BCS #113 a few months ago.