Readers who enjoy discovering new science fiction, fantasy, and other forms of speculative fiction should pay Strange Horizons a visit, where they will find a weekly digital magazine focused on speculative fiction. Founded in 2000 by Mary Anne Mohanraj, Strange Horizons is a non-profit magazine that "publish[es] fiction, poetry, reviews, essays, interviews, roundtable discussions, and art," as well as podcast recordings of each issue's original fiction and poetry. Visitors can easily access the most recent issues from the main page, and the magazine's past issues can be explored by category via the Archives section in the main menu. In addition to poetry and nonfiction selections, each issue features thoughtful reviews of three published works, such as Yoon Ha Lee's Hexarchate Stories, reviewed by Bee Gabriel, and Namwali Serpell's The Old Drift, reviewed by Sean Guynes. As of this write-up, the editor-in-chief of Strange Horizons is Vanessa Rose Phin. Those interested in speculative fiction from the international community may also want to check out Samovar, the sister publication of Strange Horizons that can be found under About.