Bunker looks at the future gap between the haves and the have-nots in the future – no easy answers, just questions.
Some creaky dialog and info-dumping, in a story that doesn’t convince.
Wowza – a double issue that’s an issue and a half – enough excellent SF to keep everyone happy.
Classy, classy, classy psychological SF set in the deep dark of space, exploring the deep dark spaces of the mind.
A young man with the very latest hi-tech corneal implants (Google Glasses being so old-fashioned), finds himself unwittingly getting in way above his head when a walk home finds himself in a protest march.
Very fast-paced, but with plenty of invention in there, as the techno (at times almost technoporn) is described in loving detail, pretty much the only thing slowing the story down.
An excellent look at religion, faith and the challenging of them, in a story that’s nominated for both Hugo and Nebula and is now online to read.
Another in Reed’s ‘Great Ship’ series, with two stories meshing against a very big backdrop.