Orson Scott Card’s InterGalactic Medicine Show (v. 1)

igmsbook1InterGalactic Medicine Show’s first anthology of stories from their pages, Orson Scott Card’s InterGalactic Medicine Show (v. 1), was published by Tor Books in 2008.

* “Forward” by Orson Scott Card
* “Introduction” by Edmund R. Schubert
* “In the Eyes of the Empress’s Cat” by Bradley P. Beaulieu
* “Mazer in Prison” by Orson Scott Card
* “Tabloid Reporter to the Stars” by Eric James Stone
* “Audience” by Ty Franck
* “The Mooncalfe” by David Farland
* “Cheater” by Orson Scott Card
* “Dream Engine” by Tim Pratt
* “Hats Off” by David Lubar
* “Eviction Notice” by Scott M. Roberts
* “To Know All Things That Are in the Earth” by James Maxey
* “Beats of Seven” by Peter Orullian
* “Pretty Boy” by Orson Scott Card
* “Respite” by Rachel Ann Dryden
* “Fat Farm” (comic) by Aaron Johnston, based on short story by Orson Scott Card
* “The Box of Beautiful Things” by Brian Dolton
* “Taint of Treason” by Eric James Stone
* “Call Me Mr. Positive” by Tom Barlow
* “A Young Man with Prospects” by Orson Scott Card
* Credits for the Illustrations

Orson Scott Card’s InterGalactic Medicine Show

Established: 2005igms1
Publisher: Orson Scott Card
Editor: Edmund R. Schubert

A blend of science fiction and fantasy, emphasizing good old fashioned storytelling; fully illustrated, and published online, bimonthly. Stories range from short-shorts to 20,000 word novelettes, and include hard and soft science fiction, as well as high, urban, and contemporary fantasy. Also publish interviews with established and up-and-coming authors. The stories require a password to access ($2.50 per issue); however the magazine’s website also includes free book, game, and movie reviews, writing advice, and other free monthly columns.

Awards and Recognition:
IGMS stories have been reprinted in various Year’s Best anthologies. In 2008 we saw, “The Tale of Junko and Sayuri” by Peter S. Beagle, which will be reprinted in Rich Horton’s Unplugged (best stories published on-line); “Silent As Dust” by James Maxey will be in Rich Horton’s Year’s Best Fantasy; and “From the Clay of His Heart” by John Brown will be in David Hartwell & Kathryn Cramer’s Year’s Best Fantasy. Additionally, six stories published in IGMS in 2008 received Honorable Mentions in Gardner Dozois, and four more received HMs from Ellen Datlow. Previous year’s stories have been nominated for the Locus Award for Best Novella, and multiple stories have been on Locus’s Recommended Reading list and on the Top Ten list for the Million Writers Award.

Other Items of Interest:
Coming soon: IGMS forum.

www.InterGalacticMedicineShow.com or www.oscigms.com

Information provided by Edmund R. Schubert.