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Triangulation 2015: Lost Voices

Published: 2015
: Jamie Lackey
Production Editor: Barbara Carlson
Assistant Editors: Kathryn Board, Jon Carroll Thomas
Cover Art: Benjamin Hitmar

Experience twenty-one separate visions of what a lost voice sounds like, from a silenced voice inside your head to the screaming of a long-dead alien species careening through space. Within these pages, you’ll find superheroes and ghosts, living statues and vengeful rabbits, polar bears and sailing ships.

Will you listen to our lost voices?

“Loss of a Second” by B.C. Mathews
“Passing Through” by Alexandra Grunberg
“A School Report on My Great-Grandad, a Retired Superhero” by Karl El-Koura
“The First and Second Offerings” by H.L. Fullerton
“The Bear-Woman of the North” by Rebecca Harwell
“Sea Queen, Sailor Queen” by Melissa Mead
“Wandering Swallows” by Jennifer Crow
“Moving Metal” by Joann Oh
“Not All Their Own” by Erin Cole
“The Dragoon of the Order of Montesa, or the Proper Assessment of History” by Nilo María Fabra and translated by Sue Burke
“The Frykstadbanan” by Michael Nayak
“By Way of Answer” by Sean Jones
“Matryoshka” by J.J. Roth
“Pacific Standard” by Anita Dolman
“Empty Reception” by Vincent Baverso
“Offering” by Kathryn Yelinek
“The Ghost of Arriscado Basin” by Jon Michael Kelley
“Nature Could Not With His Art Compare” by Leigh Harlen
“Aurora Borealis” by John Walters
“Opportune” by Paul Abbamondi
“Love at the End of the World” by Frank Oreto