A new webzine aims to bring more diversity to science fiction. And to help make that happen, Expanded Horizons has brought along an impressive array of contributors for its first issue, including Joe Haldeman, Paul Levinson and Camille Alexa. The zine's commitment to diversity includes race, gender, sexuality and disability — but interestingly, some of its best stories seem to deal with religion, including Haldeman's story of a future dystopia dominated by "Chrislam," and Levinson's "The Seder In Space." Well worth checking out, in any case. [Expanded Horizons]
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This is great, but did they have to choose a name so similar to "Strange Horizons"? They've been bringing more diversity to science fiction for quite a while now.