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Analog Science Fiction and Fact (to give the magazine its full title) is the place to go if you’re looking for traditional SF adventure, and stories with a focus on science and scientists. I reviewed their stories between 2000 and 2009, but since then have been only reading the odd story, finding most of their stories more ‘scientist fiction’ – written by scientists about scientists, for scientists, with the writing itself relatively unsophisticated. Analog rarely (with just the odd exception) features in the various Year’s Best anthologies, or the Hugo/Nebula Awards.

Analog, March 2007

Analog, March 2007

Karl Schroeder. Queen of Candesce. Pt I of IV. First part of a serialisation. Amy Bechtel. Trucks. Amy Bechtel's name ...
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Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, January/February 2007

Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, January/February 2007

Rajnar Vajra. Emerald River, Pearl Sky. The story starts with unidentified observers from a thousand years beyond the narrative which ...
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Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, December 2006

Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, December 2006

C. Sanford Lowe & G. David Nordley. Imperfect Gods. A sequel to 'Kremer's Limit' (Analog July/August 2006) in which Hilda ...
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Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, November 2006

Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, November 2006

Barry B. Longyear. The Good Kill. The first, it would appear, of a series of Jaggers and Shad SF mysteries ...
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Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, October 2006

Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, October 2006

Robert J. Sawyer. Rollback. Part I of IV. Last month's issue of Analog featured the conclusion of a four part ...
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