New SF from Saundra Mitchell and Sam J. Miller, an SF reprints from new anthologies from Holly Black and Tananarive Due.
Most of my reading of short stories pre-2000 was through the various Year’s Best anthologies. I started reading the big 4 magazines (Analog, Asimovs, F&SF, and Interzone) in 2000. You will find links to these individual magazines through the right-hand Categories menu.
New SF by An Owomoyela and E. Catherine Tobler with SF reprints by Gardner Dozois and David I. Masson, plus non-fiction, and fantasy stories.
New SF stories from Adam-Troy Castro and Carrie Vaughn, reprints from Jo Walton and Howard Waldrop, lots of non-fiction, and fantasy stories.
Fiction this month : Weather by Susan Palwick Patterns of a Murmuration, in Billions of Data Points by Jy Yang Spring Festival: Happiness, Anger, Love, Sorrow, Joy by Xia Jia Falling Star Brendan Dubois – first published in Space Stations, edited by Martin Greenberg and John Helfers, 2010. Her Furry Face by Leigh Kennedy – […]
Stories this month from : Katie Boyer, David D. Levine, Marc Laidlaw, Naomi Kritzer, Alyssa Wong, Pavel Amnuel, Oliver Buckram, Tim Sullivan, Jonathan Andrew Sheen. Reviews underway
Cover by Wayne Haag. Stories by James van Pelt, E. Catherine Tobler, Andrew Hook, Neil Williamson, Caren Gussoff. Reviews underway.
Clearly something is wrong with the time-space continuum as there’s way too much content to fit into even 250-odd pages, and it must be something to do with superdense dark matter that has meant I’ve been reading the issue since April. And there’s some excellent stories in the issue.
Katherine E.K. Duckett’s plastinated mortuaries the pick of the issue for me.