BCS #236 is out today, featuring two authors new to BCS with stories of home and its shifting situations.

Natalia Theodoridou offers “Every Black Tree,” a story of past baggage and deathly destiny. Emily B. Cataneo offers “And the Village Breathes,” where a threat to home makes a protagonist question her mind.

The BCS Audio Fiction Podcast episode is BCS 204: The Fall of the Mundaneum, the Rebecca Campbell story from BCS #235, our Ninth Anniversary Double-Issue, of an archivist at the dawn of a modern era, immersed in curiosities and left to ebb as a war approaches.

From the Archives with BCS #236 is “A Deeper Green” by Samantha Murray, from BCS #205, a story of home and a character caught between outside and domestic conflict not unlike “Every Black Tree” and “And the Village Breathes.”

All behind a new crop of our cover art for our Ninth Anniversary and early autumn in the Northern Hemisphere:  Riverhome by Veli Nyström.

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