Bards and Sages Quarterly, but it bears repeating: if superheroes actually existed then they would be really scary. I don't just mean the ones that are supposed to be scary either. Superman? Scary. Sure, he means well, but he happens to get his x-ray vision and his heat vision mixed up when he's trying to read your T-shirt size and you're going to end up a twiglet.
So as a small step towards redressing all the pro-superhero propaganda out there, Wunderkind appears in the April issue of Bards and Sages, available in print from Amazon.com and CreateSpace, and electronically from DriveThruFantasy. For once, I've actually seen a copy, and it's an extremely nicely put together 'zine. One thing that really struck me is that the decision to offer plenty of very short stories is a good idea, a few times I've bought a magazine only to find that half the issue was taken up with a single tale that I didn't get on with. Also, it's another truly beautiful cover, amongst my favourites of the magazines I've had work in.
While I'm plugging, the latest issue of Andromeda Spaceways, with my bizarre sci-fi mini-epic The Painted City within, is now available from their website, although oddly with an entirely black cover. How much more black can you get than that? Why, none more black, of course.