Starship Sloane Publishing is happy to announce the launch of its newest literary journal: Dreadnought SF, a webzine of optimistic, greenpunk, ecopunk, and solarpunk science fiction, published irregularly, with digital and print versions planned.
As the name implies, this magazine will be featuring science fiction that provides a more positive vision of the future of human civilization. I sometimes find myself craving dystopian fare, but at times it gets to be a bit much and is simply depressing. I think it’s important to see the possibilities, to celebrate optimism, not just fixate on gloom and doom.
Each issue will contain a mix of poetry, flash fiction, and art, lots of art, with the occasional short story, essay, book review and interview thrown in for good measure.
Check out the submission guidelines.
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Follow the mag on Twitter @DreadnoughtSF.
— The Editor