Richard Chwedyk. Dixon’s Road. (Fantasy and Science Fiction, July/August 2015)

fsf150708Chwedyk handles this gently story deftly. A guide to a house, now a museum, once owned by a famous, dead poet finds a key figure in that poet’s life turns up – space and those cold equations, and the need for one to stay and one to travel to other worlds got in the way of their relationship. The dialogue between the two takes the love (and loss) story forward (and back), as they move around the museum, and tricky thing to pull off, and Chwedyk succeeds in that task admirably.

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