Stories from : Robert Grossbach, Lisa Mason, David Gerrold, James Sarafin, Albert E. Cowdrey, Sarah Pinsker, Caroline M. Yoachim, Amy Sterling Casil and Rob Chilson.
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction provides consistently high quality fiction – with slightly more F than SF in each issue.
An especially strong issues with Bao Shu a particular standout.
Dale Bailey and Eric Schwitzgabel the pick of the bunch for me.
Stories by Rand B. Lee (the pick of the issue for me), Michael Libling, Paul Di Filippo, Albert E. Cowdrey, Tim Sullivan, Justin Barbeau, Scott Baker, KJ Kabza, David Gerrold. Cover by Mondolithic Studios.
Slightly more lighter stories than the norm, making the issue a gentle read. The Reed story was OK, but not up there with his Great Ship stories, and the one SF story didn’t really gr
Guest Editor C.C. Finlay, and stories from Charlie Jane Anders, Paul M. Berger, David Erik Nelson, Sarina Dorie, Dinesh Rao, Alaya Dawn Johnson, Annalee Flower Horne, Sandra McDonald, Cat Hellisen, Ian Tregillis.
Boyer’s Bartleby the Scavenger a strong story that kept me engrossed, but the rest of the issue much less so.
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.