Jason Sizemore

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Jason Sizemore is an American writer and editor based in Lexington, Kentucky. He is the owner and managing editor of Apex Publications. He was born in Big Creek, KY (pop. 400).[1][2] He was the editor and publisher of Apex Digest, a quarterly science fiction and horror digest that ran for 12 issues between 2005 and 2008.[3][4] As the publisher/managing editor of Apex Magazine,[5] he was nominated for the Hugo Award in the semiprozine category in 2012,[6] 2013[7] and 2014.[8] As a writer he has published several stories in genre magazines. His first short story collection, Irredeemable,[9] was published in April, 2014.

Bibliography[edit]

Collections[edit]

  • (2014) Irredeemable [9]

Fiction[edit]

  • Life Imitating Art, Version 1A – The Lunatic Chameleon, Issue Two
  • Life Imitating Art, Version 1B – Whispers of Wickedness
  • The Boiler Room – Lost in the Dark (no longer published)
  • Gus's Good day – Swamp.net (no longer published)
  • Blue Lights – The Wheel, Spring 2005
  • Preacher Ira May Bowling – Mt. Zion Press, Issue #1
  • Faithless – Surreal, Issue #4
  • The Sleeping Quartet – Forgotten Worlds, Issue #6
  • An Ingenious Adventure – Future Syndicate Anthology [10]
  • The Horror of It All (Four Sizemore Stories)
  • Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
  • God Needs Not The Future - Streets of Shadows [11]
  • Yellow Warblers [12]

Nonfiction[edit]

  • Silent Hill Game reviews – Issue #9, City Slab
  • Resident Evil Game Reviews – Issue #8, City Slab

Books Edited[edit]

  • (2006) Aegri Somnia (with Gill Ainsworth) [13]
  • (2007) Gratia Placenti: For the Sake of Pleasing (with Gill Ainsworth) [14]
  • (2008) Descended From Darkness: Apex Magazine Vol. 1 (with Gill Ainsworth) [15]
  • (2010) Apexology: Horror [16]
  • (2010) Dark Futures: Tales of SF Dystopia [17]
  • (2011) The Zombie Feed Vol. 1 [18]
  • (2013) Appalachian Undead (with Jonathan Maberry) [19]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:rhRENDATFf8J:jason-sizemore.com/about/+&cd=6&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
  2. ^ Apex Publications
  3. ^ A Writer's Vanity
  4. ^ isfdb.com
  5. ^ Apex Magazine
  6. ^ List of 2012 Hugo Award Nominees
  7. ^ List of 2013 Hugo Award Nominees
  8. ^ List of 2014 Hugo Award Nominees
  9. ^ a b Sizemore, Jason (2014), Irredeembale, Seventh Star Press, LLC, ISBN 978-1937929596 
  10. ^ Erwine, J. Alab (2007), Future Syndicate Anthology, BookSurge Publishing, ISBN 978-14196545-9-6 
  11. ^ Broaddus, Maurice (2014), Streets of Shadows, Alliteration Ink, ISBN 978-1939840219 
  12. ^ Adkins, Mari (2009), Harlan County Horrors, Apex Publications, p. 40, ISBN 978-0-9821596-5-1 
  13. ^ Sizemore, Jason and Gill Ainsworth (2006), Aegri Somnia, Apex Publications, ISBN 0-978-8676-2-9 
  14. ^ Sizemore, Jason and Gill Ainsworth (2007), Gratia Placenti, Apex Publications, ISBN 0-9788676-5-3 
  15. ^ Sizemore, Jason and Gill Ainsworth (2008), Descended From Darkness: Apex Magazine Vol. I, Apex Publications, ISBN 978-0-9788676-9-0 
  16. ^ Sizemore, Jason (2010), Apexology:Horror, Apex Publications, ASIN B00408AO0Y 
  17. ^ Sizemore, Jason (2010), Dark Futures: Tales of SF Dystopia, Dark Quest Books, ISBN 978-0-9826197-2-8 
  18. ^ Sizemore, Jason (2011), The Zombie Feed Vol. 1, Apex Publications, ISBN 978-0-9821596-4-4 
  19. ^ Sizemore, Jason and Jonathan Maberry (2013), Appalachian Undead, Apex Publications, ISBN 978-1937009182 

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