Clarkesworld Magazine is an American online fantasy and science fiction magazine. It released its first issue October 1, 2006, and has maintained a regular monthly schedule since, publishing fiction by authors such as Elizabeth Bear, Kij Johnson, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Sarah Monette, Catherynne M. Valente, Jeff VanderMeer and Peter Watts.

Clarkesworld Magazine
Issue #1, October 2006
EditorNeil Clarke
CategoriesFantasy, science fiction, and science fantasy
FrequencyMonthly
First issueOctober 2006 (2006-October)
CompanyWyrm Publishing
CountryUnited States
Based inStirling, New Jersey
LanguageEnglish
Websiteclarkesworldmagazine.com
ISSN1937-7843

Formats

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Clarkesworld Magazine is published or collected in a number of formats:

  • All fiction is collected annually in print anthologies published by Wyrm Publishing
  • Apps are available for Android, iPad and iPhone devices
  • EPUB, Amazon Kindle, and Mobipocket ebook editions of each issue are available for purchase
  • All content is available online via the magazine website
  • All fiction is available in audio format via podcast or direct download
  • Ebook subscriptions for the Kindle and EPUB readers
  • Print issues are sold on Amazon and also available as a Patreon subscription option

History

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Clarkesworld was founded in July 2006 and published its first issue in October of that year.[1]

In February 2007, Clarkesworld announced the first in a series of annual print anthologies starting with Realms: The First Year of Clarkesworld Magazine.[2] It was published in June 2008 by Wyrm Publishing.[3]

In January 2015, Clarkesworld began a relationship with Storycom to regularly translate and publish works of Chinese science fiction in their issues.[4]

In February 2019, editor Neil Clarke announced that the magazine had received a grant from LTI Korea for the purposes of translating and publishing nine Korean science fiction stories in upcoming issues of Clarkesworld.[5]

In January 2020, its editor Neil Clarke withdrew a short story by Isabel Fall at Fall's request, "I Sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter", after Fall had been harassed by people who suspected the story of trolling or transphobia.[6]

In November 2022, editor Neil Clarke announced that the magazine would be opening a submission period for science fiction written in Spanish.[7]

In December 2022, Amazon declared that they would stop selling magazine subscriptions. Clarke called the announcement "devastating", and noted that they had been offered a chance to continue in Kindle Unlimited for less money.[8]

On 20 February 2023, Clarkesworld temporarily closed submissions due to a sudden increase in AI-generated stories sent to the magazine.[9]

Awards and recognition

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Awards to magazine and editors

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Award Category Year Nominee Result Ref
Hugo Award Hugo–Best Semiprozine 2009 Neil Clarke, Nick Mamatas, Sean Wallace, eds. Nominated [10]
2010 Neil Clarke, Cheryl Morgan, Sean Wallace, eds. Won [11]
2011 Neil Clarke, Cheryl Morgan, Sean Wallace, eds.; podcast directed by Kate Baker Won [12]
2013 Neil Clarke, Jason Heller, Sean Wallace, eds.; podcast directed by Kate Baker Won [13]
Hugo–Best Professional Editor (Short Form) 2012 Neil Clarke Nominated [14]
2013 Nominated [13]
2014 Nominated [15]
2016 Nominated [16]
2017 Nominated [17]
2018 Nominated [18]
2019 Nominated [19]
2020 Nominated [20]
2021 Nominated [21]
2022 Won [22]
World Fantasy Award WFA–Non-Professional 2009 Neil Clarke, Nick Mamatas, Sean Wallace, eds. Nominated [23]
2010 Neil Clarke, Cheryl Morgan, Sean Wallace, eds. Nominated [24]
2012 Neil Clarke, Cheryl Morgan, Sean Wallace, eds.; podcast directed by Kate Baker Nominated [25]
2014 Neil Clarke, Sean Wallace, eds.; podcast directed by Kate Baker Won [26]
British Fantasy Award BFA–

Magazine/Periodical

2014 Neil Clarke, Sean Wallace, eds.; podcast directed by Kate Baker Won [27]
Locus Awards Locus–Magazine 2007 Clarkesworld Magazine Nominated–20th [28]
2008 Nominated–14th [29]
2009 Nominated–9th [30]
2010 Nominated–4th [31]
2011 Nominated–6th [32]
2012 Nominated–3rd [33]
2013 Nominated–4th [34]
2014 Nominated–4th [35]
2015 Nominated–3rd [36]
2016 Nominated–4th [37]
2017 Nominated–5th [38]
2018 Nominated–5th [39]
2019 Nominated–5th [40]
2020 Nominated–5th [41]
2021 Nominated–6th [42]
2022 Nominated–6th [43]

Other honors

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Content

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Award Category Year Nominee Nominated Work Issue Result Ref
Nebula Award Nebula–Novella 2012 Catherynne M. Valente "Silently and Very Fast" #61 (Oct 2011) Nominated [47]
Nebula–Novelette 2013 Catherynne M. Valente "Fade to White" #71 (Aug 2012) Nominated
2015 Tom Crosshill "The Magician and Laplace's Demon" #99 (Dec 2014) Nominated
2018 Vina Jie-Min Prasad "A Series of Steaks" #124 (Jan 2017) Nominated
Nebula–Short Story 2010 N. K. Jemisin "Non-Zero Probabilities" #36 (Sep 2009) Nominated
Kij Johnson "Spar" #37 (Oct 2009) Won
2012 E. Lily Yu "The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees" #55 (Apr 2011) Nominated
2013 Aliette de Bodard "Immersion" #69 (Jun 2012) Won
Helena Bell "Robot" #72 (Sep 2012) Nominated
Tom Crosshill "Fragmentation, or Ten Thousand Goodbyes" #67 (Apr 2012) Nominated
2015 Matthew Kressel "The Meeker and the All-Seeing Eye" #92 (May 2014) Nominated
2016 Naomi Kritzer "Cat Pictures Please" #100 (Jan 2015) Nominated
Martin L. Shoemaker "Today I Am Paul" #107 (Aug 2015) Nominated
Sam J. Miller "When Your Child Strays from God" #106 (Jul 2015) Nominated
2017 Sam J. Miller "Things With Beards" #117 (Jun 2016) Nominated
2020 A. T. Greenblatt "Give the Family My Love" #149 (Feb 2019) Won [48]
Hugo Award Hugo–Novella 2012 Catherynne M. Valente "Silently and Very Fast" #61 (Oct 2011) Nominated [49]
Hugo–Novelette 2013 Catherynne M. Valente "Fade to White" #71 (Aug 2012) Nominated [50]
2017 Carolyn Ives Gilman "Touring with the Alien" #115 (Apr 2016) Nominated [51]
2018 Suzanne Palmer "The Secret Life of Bots" #132 (Sep 2017) Won [52]
Vina Jie-Min Prasad "A Series of Steaks" #124 (Jan 2017) Nominated
2019 Simone Heller "When We Were Starless" #145 (Oct 2018) Nominated [53]
2021 Isabel Fall "Helicopter Story" #160 (Jan 2020) Nominated [54]
Naomi Kritzer "Monster" #160 (Jan 2020) Nominated
2022 Suzanne Palmer "Bots of the Lost Ark" #177 (Jun 2021) Won [55]
2023 S. L. Huang "Murder by Pixel: Crime and Responsibility in the Digital Darkness" #195 (Dec 2022) Nominated
Marie Vibbert "We Built This City" #189 (Jun 2022) Nominated
2023 Gu Shi
Emily Jen (translator)
"Introduction to 2181 Overture, Second Edition" #197 (Feb 2023) Pending
Hugo–Short Story 2010 N. K. Jemisin "Non-Zero Probabilities" #36 (Sep 2009) Nominated [56]
Kij Johnson "Spar" #37 (Oct 2009) Nominated
2011 Peter Watts "The Things" #40 (Jan 2010) Nominated [57]
2012 E. Lily Yu "The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees" #55 (Apr 2011) Nominated [49]
2013 Aliette de Bodard "Immersion" #69 (Jun 2012) Nominated [50]
Kij Johnson "Mantis Wives" #71 (Aug 2012) Nominated
2016 Naomi Kritzer "Cat Pictures Please" #100 (Jan 2015) Won [58]
2023 Naomi Kritzer "Better Living Through Algorithms" #200 (May 2023) Pending
World Fantasy Award WFA–Novella 2012 Catherynne M. Valente "Silently and Very Fast" #61 (Oct 2011) Nominated [59]
2019 Kij Johnson "The Privilege of the Happy Ending" #143 (Aug 2018) Won [60]
WFA–Short Story 2009 Catherynne M. Valente "A Buyer's Guide to Maps of Antarctica" #20 (May 2008) Nominated [61]
2012 E. Lily Yu "The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees" #55 (Apr 2011) Nominated [59]
2014 Yoon Ha Lee "Effigy Nights" #76 (Jan 2013) Nominated [62]
Bram Stoker Award BSA–Short Fiction 2008 Paul G. Tremblay "There's No Light Between Floors" #8 (May 2007) Nominated [63]
Shirley Jackson Award SJA–Short Fiction 2008 Carrie Laben "Something in the Mermaid Way" #6 (Mar 2007) Nominated [64]
Jeff VanderMeer "The Third Bear" #7 (Apr 2007) Nominated
2011 Peter Watts "The Things" #40 (Jan 2010) Won [65]
2017 Sam J. Miller "Things With Beards" #117 (Jun 2016) Nominated [66]
BSFA Award BSFA–Short Story 2011 Peter Watts "The Things" #40 (Jan 2010) Nominated [67]
2013 Aliette de Bodard "Immersion" #69 (Jun 2012) Nominated [68]
2016 Aliette de Bodard "Three Cups of Grief, by Starlight" #100 (Jan 2015) Won [69]
2019 Nina Allan "The Gift of Angels: An Introduction" #146 (Nov 2018) Nominated [70]
Aurora Award Aurora–Novella/Novelette 2020 L. X. Beckett "The Immolation of Kev Magee" #167 (Aug 2020) Nominated [71]
Rebecca Campbell "An Important Failure" #167 (Aug 2020) Nominated
A. C. Wise "To Sail the Black" #170 (Nov 2020) Nominated
Aurora–Short Fiction 2013 Suzanne Church "Synch Me, Kiss Me, Drop" #68 (May 2012) Nominated [72]
Eugie 2016 Catherynne Valente "The Long Goodnight of Violet Wild" #100 (Jan 2015) Won [73]
Aliette de Bodard "Three Cups of Grief, by Starlight" #100 (Jan 2015) Nominated [74]
2019 Simone Heller "When We Were Starless" #145 (Oct 2018) Won [75]
Theodore Sturgeon Award 2010 Kij Johnson "Spar" #37 (Oct 2009) Finalist [76]
2011 Peter Watts "The Things" #40 (Jan 2010) 3rd [77]
2012 Yoon Ha Lee "Ghostweight" #52 (Jan 2011) Finalist [78]
Catherynne M. Valente "Silently and Very Fast" #61 (Oct 2011) Finalist
2013 Aliette de Bodard "Immersion" #69 (Jun 2012) Finalist [79]
Aliette de Bodard "Scattered Along the River of Heaven" #64 (Jan 2012) Finalist
E. Catherine Tobler "(To See the Other) Whole Against the Sky" #74 (Nov 2012) Finalist
2014 Robert Reed "Mystic Falls" #86 (Nov 2013) Finalist [80]
E. Lily Yu "The Urashima Effect" #81 (Jun 2013) Finalist
2016 Kelly Robson "The Three Resurrections of Jessica Churchill" #101 (Feb 2015) Finalist [81]
2017 Carolyn Ives Gilman "Touring with the Alien" #115 (Apr 2016) 2nd [82]
Sam J. Miller "Things With Beards" #117 (Jun 2016) 3rd
2018 Suzanne Palmer "The Secret Life of Bots" #132 (Sep 2017) Finalist [83]
Vina Jie-Min Prasad "A Series of Steaks" #124 (Jan 2017) Finalist
Kelly Robson "We Who Live in the Heart" #128 (May 2017) Finalist
2019 Carolyn Ives Gilman "Umbernight" #137 (Feb 2018) Finalist [84]
Simone Heller "When We Were Starless" #145 (Oct 2018) Finalist
2020 A. T. Greenblatt "Give the Family My Love" #149 (Feb 2019) Finalist [85]
Suzanne Palmer "The Painter of Trees" #153 (Jun 2019) Finalist
2021 Rebecca Campbell "An Important Failure" #167 (Aug 2020) Won–1st [86]
Sameem Siddiqui "AirBody" #163 (Apr 2020) Finalist
Vajra Chandrasekera "The Translator, at Low Tide" #164 (May 2020) Finalist
2022 Suzanne Palmer "Bots of the Lost Ark" #177 (Jun 2021) Nominated [87]
R. S. A. Garcia "Philia, Eros, Storge, Agápe, Pragma" #172 (Jan 2021) Nominated
Ray Nayler "Sarcophagus" #175 (Apr 2021) Nominated
Locus Awards Locus–Novella 2012 Catherynne M. Valente "Silently and Very Fast" #61 (Oct 2011) Won–1st [88]
2019 Carolyn Ives Gilman "Umbernight" #137 (Feb 2018) Nominated–10th [89]
Locus–Novelette 2010 Sarah Monette "White Charles" #36 (Sep 2009) Nominated–35th [90]
2011 Tobias Buckell "A Jar of Goodwill" #44 (May 2010) Nominated–13th [91]
2012 Nnedi Okorafor "The Book of Phoenix (Excerpted from The Great Book)" #54 (Mar 2011) Nominated–9th [88]
Yoon Ha Lee "Ghostweight" #52 (Jan 2011) Nominated–27th
2013 Carrie Vaughn "Astrophilia" #70 (Jul 2012) Nominated–19th [92]
2015 Yoon Ha Lee "Wine" #88 (Jan 2014) Nominated–9th [93]
Tom Crosshill "The Magician and Laplace's Demon" #99 (Dec 2014) Nominated–20th
2021 JY Neon Yang "A Stick of Clay, in the Hands of God, is Infinite Potential" #164 (May 2020) Nominated–8th [94]
2022 Suzanne Palmer "Bots of the Lost Ark" #177 (Jun 2021) Nominated–9th [95]
Locus–Short Story 2008 Jeff VanderMeer "The Third Bear" #7 (Apr 2007) Nominated–12th [96]
Elizabeth Bear "Orm the Beautiful" #4 (Jan 2007) Nominated–18th
Barth Anderson "Clockmaker's Requiem" #6 (Mar 2007) Nominated–39th
2009 Catherynne M. Valente "A Buyer's Guide to Maps of Antarctica" #20 (May 2008) Nominated–11th [97]
Jay Lake "The Sky That Wraps the World Round, Past the Blue and into the Black" #18 (Mar 2008) Nominated–15th
2010 Kij Johnson "Spar" #37 (Oct 2009) Nominated–2nd [90]
Catherynne M. Valente "The Radiant Car Thy Sparrows Drew" #35 (Aug 2009) Nominated–11th
2011 Peter Watts "The Things" #40 (Jan 2010) Nominated–2nd [91]
Catherynne M. Valente "Thirteen Ways of Looking at Space/Time" #47 (Aug 2010) Nominated–3rd
Robert Reed "The Cull" #48 (Sep 2010) Nominated–28th
Nina Kiriki Hoffman "Futures in the Memories Market" #45 (Jun 2010) Nominated–34th
2012 E. Lily Yu "The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees" #55 (Apr 2011) Nominated–3rd [88]
Ken Liu "Tying Knots" #52 (Jan 2011) Nominated–30th
2013 Aliette de Bodard "Immersion" #69 (Jun 2012) Won–1st [98]
Kij Johnson "Mantis Wives" #71 (Aug 2012) Nominated–4th
Aliette de Bodard "Scattered Along the River of Heaven" #64 (Jan 2012) Nominated–10th
Theodora Goss "England Under the White Witch" #73 (Oct 2012) Nominated–24th
Xia Jia "A Hundred Ghosts Parade Tonight" #65 (Feb 2012) Nominated–31st
Genevieve Valentine "A Bead of Jasper, Four Small Stones" #73 (Oct 2012) Nominated–33rd
2014 Yoon Ha Lee "Effigy Nights" #76 (Jan 2013) Nominated–13th [99]
James Patrick Kelly "The Promise of Space" #84 (Sep 2013) Nominated–20th
James Patrick Kelly "Soulcatcher" #80 (May 2013) Nominated–23rd
2015 Michael Swanwick "Passage of Earth" #91 (Apr 2014) Nominated–10th [100]
Ken Liu "The Long Haul..." #98 (Nov 2014) Nominated–16th
Yoon Ha Lee "The Contemporary Foxwife" #94 (Jul 2014) Nominated–20th
Robert Reed "Pernicious Romance" #98 (Nov 2014) Nominated–25th

Current staff

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  • Neil Clarke, publisher, editor-in-chief
  • Sean Wallace, editor, October 2006 – present
  • Kate Baker, Podcast Director, October 2009 – present, non-fiction editor, January 2013 – present

Former staff

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  • Gardner Dozois, reprint editor, April 2013 – May 2018
  • Jeremy L.C. Jones, interviewer, September 2010 – December 2014
  • Jason Heller, non-fiction editor, January 2012 – December 2012
  • Cheryl Morgan, non-fiction editor, January 2009 – December 2011
  • Nick Mamatas, editor, October 2006 – July 2008[102]
  • Ekaterina Sedia, interim non-fiction editor, August 2008 – December 2008

See also

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