Strange Horizons is a weekly online magazine of and about speculative fiction—science fiction, fantasy, horror, slipstream, and all other flavors of imaginative fiction—and related non-fiction. Since September 2000, they’ve been publishing new issues every Monday, including fiction, poetry, reviews, essays, and interviews. They showcase work that challenges and delights by new and established writers from diverse backgrounds and with diverse concerns. Writers who got their start in Strange Horizons include N. K. Jemisin (“Cloud Dragon Skies,” from 2005), Justine Larbalestier (” The Cruel Brother,” from 2001), Ken Liu (“The Algorithms for Love,” from 2004), Nnedi Okorafor (“The Palm Tree Bandit,” from 2000), and John Scalzi (“Alien Animal Encounters,” from 2001). Strange Horizons has been shortlisted for or won Hugo, Nebula, James Tiptree Jr., Theodore Sturgeon, and World Fantasy Awards.