AE is a professional Canadian science fiction magazine with new content every Monday. Our mission is to engender enthusiasm among Canadian readers and to provide a vibrant market for Canadian science fiction writers. All content in AE is licensed Creative Commons NonCommercial Attribution NoDerivatives, so please feel free to share these stories around, but remember to drop our name when you do.
D.F. McCourt grew up in rural Ontario in a house practically constructed of books
and magazines. The author of a number of published short stories and
novellas, he firmly believes that a strong magazine market is the
single most important factor in ensuring a healthy future for genre
fiction. He currently lives in North York with his wife and young
Helen Michaud has worked at several publishing houses ranging from the Big
Five to a press with a five-person editorial office. Over the course
of a decade she held a variety of roles, including being the first
person to read a manuscript and the last one to sign off on the
proofs, before fleeing the book industry for the software industry.
With AE, she has found a way back to her first love: discovering great
stories and sharing them with the others. She is not Canadian, but
hopes you can forgive her nonetheless.
Paul Jarvey is a long-time fan of
science fiction (or scientifiction, or whatever the kids are calling it
these days), and believes that fictional narratives can be a source of
progressive social change. Paul is fascinated by the advent of
participatory fiction and the strange economics of virtual worlds. An
Albertan by heart, Paul currently lives in Toronto where he works as a
post-secondary education policy consultant. Paul is also an avid climber, an obscure
dissident, and an amateur editorialist.
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