Reviewed : MobiPocket version on a Tapwave Zodiac. Alexis Glynn Latner. Witherspin. A somewhat contrived
Reviewed : MobiPocket version on a Tapwave Zodiac. James Grayson and Kathy Ferguson. Puncher’s Chance.
Reviewed : MobiPocket version on a Tapwave Zodiac. Edward M. Lerner. A New Order of
Reviewed : MobiPocket version on a Tapwave Zodiac. Wil McCarthy. Boundary Condition. National Weather Service
The content pretty much left me unmoved.
mobipocket version reviewed Karl Schroeder. Sun of Suns, Part III. Third installment of a novel
PDF version reviewed. Karl Schroeder. Sun of Suns, Part II. Second part of a novel
eBookman version reviewed Karl Schroeder. Sun of Suns, Part I. First part of a novel
eBookman version reviewed Amy Bechtel. Language Lessons. It’s some sixteen years since the cutesy creatures
Michael A. Burstein. Sanctuary. A Catholic Priest is giving a mass to those on a
Bud Sparhawk. Chandra’s Pup. I got a few pages into this story, and then did
Wil McCarthy. The Policeman’s Daughter. Attorney Carmine Strange Douglas finds himself in a predicament, as
Shane Tourtellotte. Footsteps. A lunar variation on the Locked Room Murder Mystery – except that
Stories by Pete D. Manison, J. Brian Clarke, Brian Plante, Scott William Carter, Sheralyn Schofield Belyeu, Carl Frederick, and a serialisation instalment from Joe Haldeman.
Jack Williamson. The Stonehenge Gate. Third and final instalment of a novel serialisation. Kyle Kirkland.
Jack Williamson. The Stonehenge Gate. Second instalment of a novel serialisation. Shane Tourtellotte. Acts of
Jack Williamson. The Stonehenge Gate. First instalment of a novel serialisation. Michael A. Burstein. 75
Kenneth Brady. Baby on Board. Editor Standey Schmidt has been beefing about SUVs in his
Rajnar Vajra. The Ghost within. Give Analog regular Vajra his due, he’s quite happy to
Rajnar Vajra. Layna’s Mirror. Vajra has become an Analog regular of late. Last month he
Jerry Oltion and Amy Axt Hanson. Trophies and Treasures. On a race over Mars’ dusty
Part 1 of the serialised novel, Mary A. Turzillo’s ‘An Old-Fashioned Girl’ Michael F. Flynn.
Michael A. Burstein. Time Ablaze. Somewhat formulaic time travel story in which a traveller from
James Gunn. Elixir. A sequel to ‘New Blood’ from Astounding, October 1955. Yup, 1955. Dr.
Joe Haldeman. Camouflage. Novel serialisation – Part I of III. Story illustration by Wolf Read,
Both Analog and Asimov’s announced during 2003 that they would be publishing one issue less
P.J. Plauger. Lucky Luke. Lucky is almost 21, and thus about to come into the
Larry Niven and Brenda Cooper. The Trellis. Pluto and Charon are conjoined through genetically modified
Vernor Vinge. The Cookie Monster. Dixie Mae is pleased with her new job with a
Edward M. Lerner. Moonstruck. Part One of Four. A serialized novel. Lerner’s ‘Dangling Conversations’ stories
The annual double-issue. G. David Nordley. The Fire and The Wind. The story starts with
Lloyd Biggle, Jr. Of the Zornler, By the Zornler. Another tale in the ‘Interplanetary Relations
Steven Bratman. The Immortality Plague. In his editorial in the May issue of Asimovs, Robert
Catherine Asaro. Walk in Silence. One beef I have with many Analog stories is that
Whoops, read this one a couple of weeks ago and plain forgot to write the
Rajna Vajra. Shootout at the Nokai Corral. A four-part serialisation. Stephen L. Burns. Capture Radius.
Daniel Hatch. Seed of Destiny. A story set on the same world as the author’s
Michael Swanwick. Slow Life. Standard Analog fayre from an author whom you wouldn’t immediately associate
Robert J. Sawyer. Ineluctable. Amateur scientist Darren Hamasaki is in his observatory shed in his
Edward M. Lerner. Survival Instinct. The first lengthy instalment of a novel serialisation which continues
Pat Forde. In Spirit. An attempt to make sense of September 11th. Three decades hence,
Adam Troy Castro. Unseen Demons. A touch of the ‘Lecters’ in that a young woman,
One of the benefits of reading a magazine in electronic format is that you don’t
Dave Creek. Splendor’s Truth. A third ‘Splendor’ story, following two published in Analog during 2000,
The cover. Oh my God! The cover! Words fail me….. Amy Bechtel. Sea Changes. Long-standing
Hearts in Darkness. H.G. Stratmann. A most peculiar story. The International Space Station a few
The issue starts with Part II of IV of Robert J. Sawyer’s novel ‘Hominids’. Presence
The issue starts with Part I (of IV) of Robert J. Sawyer’s novel ‘Hominids’, and
Navajo Moon-Bird. Fran Van Cleave. Fairly routine story of a young Navajo girl who is
In recent months I’ve been reading Analog in digital format on my palmtop, courtesy of
Pele. Poul Anderson. Pele is arguably the greatest footballer (US: soccer player) who ever lived,
The Precipice. Ben Bova. The fourth and final novel installment. The King Who Wasn’t. Lloyd
Precipice. Ben Bova. The third instalment of a Ben Bova novel. As I don’t review
Precipice. Ben Bova. The second instalment of a Ben Bova novel. As I don’t review
The Precipice. Ben Bova. This is the first part of a novel serialisation. As I
May Be Some Time. Brenda W. Clough Last year Scott of the Antartic turned out
Magic’s Price. Bud Sparhawk. Jacob lives on his family’s farm. Unlike most, he is fascinated
The Mycojuana Incident. Fran van Cleave. Near-future USA, with a war in Asia and a
Editorial Stanley Schmidt’s editorial ponders the ‘danger’ inherent in politics when the ideologies of political
Stationary on a motorway for 30 minutes. Doh! But wait, I have my new itouch, and I have some SF stories stored on it. What to read?