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Webzine: Big Echo

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Bibliographic comments: US webzine publishing science fiction, poetry, essays and interviews. Issues have no cover art.

• Only issues with contents of interest to this library are listed here, highlighted in white and linked in blue.

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Big Echo, #1

William Squirrell, ed.

August 2016

Big Echo

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Fiction: Vajra Chandrasekera, Perihelion  //  Gord Sellar, The Incursus, by Asimov-NN#71  //  Michael Díaz Feito,

Dying in Miami in the Sun  //  Z. Finch & Co., Publishers, Three Ladies of the Evening  // Peter Milne Greiner,

Plexaure

Editors (alphabetically listed): William Squirrell

Language: English

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Active: 2016 – 2020

Issues: 17

Websites: Big Echo  |  Facebook  |  ISFDB  |  Twitter

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Big Echo, #3

William Squirrell, ed.

February 2017

Big Echo

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Fiction: Philip Quell, Robot Eroticism in the Mid-23rd Century  //  Benjanun Sriduangkaew, Parable of the Cocoon  //  

Natalia Theodoridou, Postscript to Mauser  //  Devin Goff, The Space Between Hilda

Poetry: Clifton Gachagua, Landing in Ganymede

Essay: Leigh Alexander, Colossal Cave Adventure: An Essay

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Big Echo, #4

William Squirrell, ed.

May 2017

Big Echo

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  •  Stories inspired by Arthur C. Clarke.

Fiction: Michael Díaz Feito, Starry Night of the Soul  //  Philip Quell, Guests  //  Wm Henry Morris, Storytime at the

White Hart  //  Vajra Chandrasekera, The Negation of the Negation of the Negation  //  Peter Milne Greiner, The

Women from Asylum

Essay: William Squirrell, Superchimp Antichrist: Seven Theses on the Short Form SF of Arthur C. Clarke

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Big Echo, #7, part 1

William Squirrell, ed.

January 2018

Big Echo

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  •  SF from the Sesquicentenary of Das Kapital.

Fiction: Ahimaz Rajessh, Tet Tet Tetramina  //  Tim Maughan, Don't Be Evil  //  Wm Henry Morris, Ghosts of Salt and

Spirit  //  Anton Rose, The Work of Art in the Age of Molecular Reproduction  //  Robert Kiely, A Saddening Bore (from

Munchausen by eproxy resin)  //  William Ellwood, 44 Fields  //  Jo Lindsay Walton, It's OK to Say If You Went Back in

Time and Killed Baby Hitler  //  Lia Swope Mitchell, Plantation | Springtime

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Big Echo, #8

William Squirrell, ed.

May 2018

Big Echo

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  •  The Speculative Poetics Issue.

Poetry: Peter Milne Greiner, Intro  //  Joanna C. Valente, The End of the World Happened on the Internet  //  Ching-In

Chen, Five Poems from Formerly FloodLand  //  Ahimaz Rajessh, Androidog Days  //  Ahimaz Rajessh, When We

Went Too Deep or Too High  //  Ahimaz Rajessh, androidogs & plastic bones: a sciéance  //  Johannes Heldén, Time,

untitled  //  Kenning J. P. García, Aquaman and Tarzan Mudwrestle In Space  //  Wongoon Cha, Naebu Ringway  //  

Lynne DeSilva-Johnson, Elegy for the Almost Gone / Termination Codon  //  Michael Díaz Feito, The Terraformer's

Swan Song  //  Christopher Cokinos, Probe for Proxima b  //  William Squirrell, Outro

Interview: 'Letter Home: A Conversation with Andrew Joron' • Peter Milne Greiner interviews Andrew Joron

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Big Echo, #9

William Squirrell, ed.

August 2018

Big Echo

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  •  The Alternative Genealogies of Science Fiction Issue.

Fiction: Vajra Chandrasekera, Ruin's Cure  //  Ahimaz Rajessh, versus / and  //  Innocent Chizaram Ilo, Of Things

That May Come  //  Saba Waheed, Water Exchange, Version 8123...  //  Benjanun Sriduangkaew, The Five Secret

Truths of Demonkind

Interviews: William Squirrell interviews Vajra Chandrasekera  //  William Squirrell interviews Ahimaz Rajessh  //  

William Squirrell interviews Benjanun Sriduangkaew

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Big Echo, #12

William Squirrell, ed.

July 2019

Big Echo

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  •  The Labor Issue.

Fiction: Damien Krsteski, Voices in the Things  //  Ahimaz Rajessh, Take Me to Your Leader  //  Wongoon Cha, Union

Man  //  Sierra July, Reverse Logic

Essay: Jo Lindsay Walton, Away Day: Star Trek and the Utopia of Merit  //  Brendan C. Byrne, An Extremely Reductive

Tim Maughan Reading List in Reverse Order

Interview: William Squirrell interviews Tim Maughan

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Big Echo, #13

William Squirrell, ed.

July 2019

Big Echo

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  •  The Avant Garde Issue.

Fiction: Brendan C. Byrne, The Three Stigmata of Peter Thiel  //  Stephen Langlois, Boy Upon Mount Abraham  //  

Yurei Raita, The Day a Computer Wrote a Novel  //  Dan Grace, Bigger Faraday Cages! Longer Blockchains!  //  John

Shirley, Seven Rooms and the Key  //  Julia August, Under Dead Marsh  //  Victor Fernando R. Ocampo, I m d 1 in

10  //  Peter Milne Greiner, On Reverence  //  Rudy Rucker, Juicy Ghost

Poetry: Ahimaz Rajessh, A Tattered Nontext In and Out of Context

Essay: Laurence A. Rickels, From Here to California

Interview: William Squirrell interviews Rudy Rucker

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Big Echo, #16

William Squirrell, ed.

August 2020

Big Echo

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Fiction:  Vincent Poturica, Home  //  Theric Jepson, Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Richmond Teacher Enclave by the

Facilities Committee for Consideration of the Board  //  Luke Dylan Ramsey, Chapter #44—The Jim Brown

Chapter—Dreamt Revelations of a Leviathan: The Gospel According to the Heretic's Finite Form  //  Avelynne Kang,

Henry's Permanent Crescent

Interview: William Squirrell interviews Tade Thompson

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