In 2008, Mirror Dance began as a free, online, quarterly magazine of fantasy fiction and poetry. Our focus has continued to drift towards the literary, the poetic, and the unconventional, with stories that range from the humorous to the horrific. Some of our favorite works are those that deconstruct fantasy tropes and reimagine myths, fairytales, and folklore.
We value the respectful representation of diverse cultures, heritages, sexual and romantic orientations, and genders, and actively seek work written from perspectives that are under-represented in genre fiction. Please check out our current issue and see our submission guidelines for more information.
Crimethink, compiled in 2010, is a collection of essays, articles, blog posts and reviews that explore the relationship between politics and literature of the imagination. All proceeds from the print edition go to Doctors Without Boarders.
If you enjoy reading the free online version, please consider donating to Doctors Without Boarders what you would have paid to read it in e-book.