McDonald takes us to Africa for a clever story in which it appears that the voices of the dead are being raised in objection to corruption in the government. He gets the voices of the dead just right, a homely indignation at the moral laxity, with sideswipes at the economics that are currently providing a challenge, not an opportunity, to the majority of the people in such countries.
- Kij Johnson. The Man Who Bridged the Mist. (Asimovs, October/November 2011)
- Jason Sanford. The Ever-Dreaming Verdict of Plagues. (Interzone 236 Sep-Oct 2011)