Trouble Among The Stars is an online speculative fiction and poetry journal. We publish all that’s new and strange in the realm of the speculative, with an emphasis on sci-fi and works related to science. We pay writers, and we work hard to create a comfortable and hospitable environment for emerging voices in the world of speculative fiction. If you have any questions or comments, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org – we’d love to hear from you!
As of May 2020, Trouble Among The Stars has ceased operations as a journal. In total, six issues were published over a span of 18 months. We will be publishing a celebratory physical chapbook in late 2020/early 2021, featuring new writings by past T.A.T.S. contributors Charlotte Platt and Amy LeBlanc – please see our Two Hauntings page for more details.
ABOUT THE EDITOR
Ethan Vilu is a writer, editor, and general speculative and surrealist weirdo who founded Trouble Among The Stars in late 2018. Their poetry longsheet A Decision Re: Zurich was published by The Blasted Tree in March 2020. Their play Godspeed Fair Helena was produced in Calgary in Fall 2019 by Rocket Science Collective. They are also currently on the editorial team for NōD Magazine, as well as the filling Station poetry collective. Passionate about sci-fi, slipstream, futuristic nonsense, and anything strange, they are incredibly excited to be able to contribute to the realm of speculative literature, and they hope you enjoy the journal!