Tag Archives | Adam Troy Castro

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, July 2003

Charles Coleman Finlay. Wild Thing. The Arthurian mythos is seen from another perspective, with the young boy who will grow up to become Sir Percival becoming involved with the faerie folk in the woods. The main characters are Howl and Pooka, two of the little people, who get caught up in the political machinations and […]

Analog, April 2009

Adam-Troy Castro. Gunfight on Farside. A sequel to ‘Sunday Night Yams at Minnie and Earls’, worrying, all the way back from 2001 (eight years!!!). That story didn’t grab me that much, but was a Nebula nominee in 2004. This satisfies a bit more. Castro returns to the setting some years later, and intertwines the unreliable […]

Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, July/August 2002

Adam Troy Castro. Unseen Demons. A touch of the ‘Lecters’ in that a young woman, with some dark secrets in her own past, has to confront a ‘monster’ in the shape of an Earth diplomat. Emil Sandburg, an otherwise dull and simple man, has been slaughtering specimens of the indigineous life form. There is a […]