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JULY-AUGUST 2022
  1. The Desperado Days by X.C. Atkins (Trnsfr Books)
  2. Ex-Members by Tobias Carroll (Astrophil Press)
  3. Math for the Self-Crippling by Ursula Villarreal-Moura (Gold Line Press)
  4. Everything is Totally Fine by Zac Smith (Muumuu House)
  5. Best Microfiction 2022, Edited by Meg Pokross, Gary Fincke, and Tania Hershman (Pelekinesis)
  6. Nudes by Elle Nash (Short Flight/Long Drive Books)
  7. A Knife in the Sky by Marie-Celie Agnant (Inanna Publications)
  8. News of the Air by Jill Stukenberg (Black Lawrence Press)
  9. Meanwhile, Elsewhere: Science Fiction and Fantasy From Transgender Writers, Edited by Cat Fitzpatrick and Casey Plett (LittlePuss Press)
  10. Math Class by Kelly Krumrie (Calamari Press)
  11. Hero and Other Stories by Nadir Ali, Translated by Amna Ali and Moazzam Sheikh (Weavers Press)
  12. Suburban Death Project by Aimee Parkison (Unbound Edition Press)
  13. Dineh: An Autobiographical Novel by Ida Maze, Translated by Yermiyahu Ahron Taub (White Goat Press/Yiddish Book Center)
  14. Worsted by Garielle Lutz (Short Flight/Long Drive Books)
  15. Mongolian Horse by David E. Yee (Black Lawrence Press)
  16. The Loneliness of the Time Traveller by Erika Rummel (Inanna Publications)
  17. Something Dead in Everything by Lannie Stabile (ELJ Editions)
  18. Conscious Designs by Nathaniel White (Miami University Press)
  19. The Meadow and the Misread by Max Halper (Threadsuns Press)
  20. Notes from the Coming War by Gavin Pate (Bootstrap Press)

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