Online magazine Daily Science Fiction, which also delivers stories to subscribers via email every weekday, is going on hiatus after 12 years. Editors Michele-Lee Barasso and Jonathan Laden wrote to subscribers on August 11, 2022:
Hi. Many of you have noted that we’ve been closed for story submissions for a bit. Many more of you (our most loyal supporters–Thank you!) noticed that today we just canceled automatic renewals for the DSF membership. This is because we have decided that, as we pass our 12th anniversary, we will go on a hiatus, either temporary or somewhat longer. The good news is that we have stories accepted and scheduled to present to you through the middle of December.
Thank you for reading and for your support through more than a dozen years of fun and stories.
-Michele and Jonathan
Daily Science Fiction was a Hugo Award finalist for Best Semiprozine in 2016, and stories from the magazine have been finalists for Aurealis, Sidewise, Stoker, Sturgeon, Locus, and Nebula Awards. For more, see their website.
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