Genres and Content: Betwixt publishes speculative fiction of all sorts—fantasy, science fiction, speculative horror, slipstream, weird fiction, steam/diesel/cyber/, you name it. We particularly like stories that smash genre boundaries to smithereens, but we also love fresh takes on established genres and in-depth explorations of ultraspecific niches. Experiments in form and style are welcomed enthusiastically—but a straightforward narrative with tight, crisp language is just as beautiful. When it comes down to it, we want stories that will amaze us, astound us, provoke our thoughts, and boggle our minds.
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Speculative realism has close ties to the journal Collapse , which published the proceedings of the inaugural conference at Goldsmiths and has featured numerous other articles by 'speculative realist' thinkers; as has the academic journal Pli , which is edited and produced by members of the Graduate School of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Warwick . The journal Speculations , founded in 2010 published by Punctum books , regularly features articles related to Speculative Realism. Edinburgh University Press publishes a book series called Speculative Realism .