Tag Archives | Al Michaud

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 2008

Ted Kosmatka. The Art of Alchemy. Excellent SF/science thriller. It has a sense of place (the dying little steel towns of NW Indiana), and has an interracial relationship : it brings you up a little when the issue of race between the protagonist scientist and the attractive young science politico is raised, in that its […]

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March 2005

Albert E. Cowdrey. The Amulet. In which a young journalist (in New Orleans, natch) meets a lady with an amulet which she says bestows longevity on the owner, provider you follow the rules. She relates the histories of some of those whom have owned said amulet, and how it changed her life. A gently amusing […]

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 […]