Interesting world-building, which could stand more exploration.
The Individual Stories category has two types of content : 1 – the stories I read in magazines and anthologies and review straight away, rather than waiting to complete the magazine or anthology and reviewing it all in one go. I started doing this in 2010; 2 – stories published as standalone ‘chapbooks’, or published online, or otherwise as a singleton. There are a couple of dozen stories of this nature, reviewing during the 2000s, which are available here.
Charming little story told by a boy in a near future, post-Greaning, who relates a visit from a Robot from the Future, in search of the fabled gas-o-line in order to return to it’s own time (in the far future).
Truth be told, it reads more like an Analog story than an Asimovs one to me.
A story that hinges on alien tech – a transportation slab that enables a copy of a person to be made on a matching slab at a remote location.
Another day(s) for Benjamin – what will tomorrow(s) hold for him??
Reed takes a different perspective on airplanes that go missing.
A first-published story, which bodes well for her writing future.
A political shit-storm back on Earth is echoed by what happens on the Red Planet, in a scientist fiction story featuring Julia and Viktor.