- Some science goes terribly, terribly wrong in a story that works well.
Recent Story Reviews
- Short, tight and excellent sf chiller from Rivera.
- Miller follows Watts in mining the cult 1980s Antarctic horror movie...
- A clever story from Palmer, told in ten (actually 11) sections, each opening with a piece of poetry.
- Tongue in cheek yarn about a world in which caped crusaders and Evil Scientists exist, and a detective has to find out who has killed a Giant Octopus and a Macro-Shark.
- I struggled with the alien-point-of-view, as I did in Dorie's previous story in this setting.
- Story in the same setting as Kowal's Hugo winning 'Lady Astronaut of Mars'
- The theme of the story is humanity pulling in on itself, a turtle withdrawing it's head into it's shell (Irvine's imagery), and it's a good read.
- A human science team have landed on Crucis-d and admire the titular silver strands, which put on an amazing show every morning and evening.
Juliette Wade and Sheila Finch. The Language of the Silent. (Fantasy and Science Fiction, Mar/Apr 2016)A linguist loses her hearing in an accident, which of course makes the xenoliguistic process more problematic.
- Dedicated to Jay Lake and Bronwyn Lake, E. Lily Yu looks at the painful issue of loss and bereavement through cancer, and how a unicorn in Central Park might offer a different resolution.