How Abyss & Apex fared in the 2015 Hugo voting: The Numbers

2015 Hugo Awards Semiprozine presentation

Best Semiprozine Nomination numbers (660 ballots)
229 votes: Intergalactic Medicine Show edited by Edmund R. Schubert 34.7 % (Withdrawn)
159 votes: Lightspeed Magazine edited by John Joseph Adams, Stefan Rudnicki, Rich Horton, Wendy N. Wagner, and Christie Yant 24.1%
152 votes: Strange Horizons edited by Niall Harrison 23.0%
111 votes: Abyss & Apex edited by Wendy S. Delmater 16.8 %

100 votes Andromeda Spaceways In-Flight Magazine Edited by David Kernot & Sue Bursztynski 15.2%
94 votes: Beneath Ceaseless Skies Edited by Scott H. Andrews 14.2%
84 votes: The Book Smugglers Ana Grilo, Thea James 12.7 %
49 votes: Interzone Andy Cox 7.4%
39 votes: Pornokitsch Anne C. Perry and Jared Shurin 5.9%

38 votes: Apex Magazine Jason Sizemore 5.8 %
38 votes: Clarkesworld Magazine Neil Clarke 5.8 %
30 votes: Apex John Joseph Adams 4.5 % 30
30 votes: Goblin Fruit Amal El-Mohtar and Caitlyn Paxson 4.5 %
29 Votes: Crossed Genres Bart R. Leib and Kay T. Holt 4.4%
29 votes: Sci Phi Journal Jason Rennie 4.4% 26
26 votes: Escape Pod Norm Sherman 3.9%



In fact our total is almost their combined total…

As of now, I am (going to be) a published author!

My very first short story acceptance on a story I both worked my ass off on, and loved.

The Ace of Knives” has been accepted for Postscript To Darkness 6.

A pyro in Team Fortress 2 named “The Ace of Knaves”, Amal El-Mohtar’s “Wing” and “Hoarding” planted the seed, well-timed words watered it, nourished it, made it grow.

And it left the nest, found a home.

I’ve squealed thanks on Twitter already, run amuck, hit things while running amuck, and ran amuck some more. So.

It will be published early next year.

More details then.

Year’s Best SF (Gardner Dozois), 2013 honorable mentions for Abyss and Apex Magazine

Year’s Best SF (Gardner Dozois), honorable mentions for 2013

“The Artist, Deeply, Brushes” by Ken Altabef

Luminous Fish Scanalyze My Name” by by Paul Di Filippo and Damien Broderick,

“The Shadow Artist” by Ruth Nestvold.

Abyss & Apex’s 2nd Quarter 2014 issue puts us at Issue 50!

Abyss & Apex is at Issue 50!  2nd Quarter 2014

Our Lineup:-
EDITORIAL: Our 50th Edition by Wendy S. Delmater
“Structural Elements” by Debi Carroll
“Remember” by Leah Rhyne
“With a Paper Heart” by Thomas K. Carpenter
“Child of Moon and Sea” by Sherri Cook Woosley

“To See Sarah” by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks
“Daft Old Man” by Pam L. Wallace

Introduction to the April 2014 Poetry of Abyss & Apex
The Slow Gods by David Barber
“These fences” by Simon Perchik
Origins by Sylvia Ashby
A Brief Suspension of All History #32 and #33 by Darren C. Demaree
Life As a Starship Nav System by Noel Sloboda

Sorcerers in Space by Larry Hodges
Beyond the Tempest Gate by by Jeff Suwak
Fires of Man: Book 1 of the Psionic Earth Series by Dan Levinson

Abyss & Apex rings in the new year with a new issue!

EDITORIAL: “Back In The Saddle” by Wendy Delmater

“Fade to Gunmetal” by Jeremy Sim
“Slamnesia” by Ronald D. Ferguson
“Armas’ House” by Astrid S. Nielsen
“The Three” by Travis Daniel Bow

“Ixtab Takes a Day Off” by Jennifer Dornan-Fish

“Metal Lark” by Chloe N. Clark
“Daughters of Melisseus” by Valya Dudycz Lupescu
“Principles of Entropy” by Shelagh M. Rowan-Legg
“Our Lady of Wrinkles” by Noel Sloboda
“Space like Hands” by Chloe N. Clark
“At Emily Dickinson’s House, 2003” by Austin Wallace


“Daughter Cell” by Jay Hartlove
“Old Souls and the Grammar of Their Wanderings” by Berrien C. Henderson
“My Name is Dee” by Robin Wyatt Dunn
“Come Late to the Love of Birds” by Sandra Kasturi
“Eyeballs Growing All Over Me . . . Again” by Tony Rauch