Another (concluding?) installment in Steele’s ‘Arkwright’ series, which, like his ‘Coyote’ series, has left me unmoved.
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Another installment in Steele’s stories about the Arkwright Foundation, set up by some of the founding fathers of SF, which is reaching for the stars.
A follow-up a couple of generations on, to Steele’s The Legion of Tomorrow a few issues back, which didn’t really grab me.
A lengthy look at the very early days of SF fandom,
A story title and an opening sentence make it clear what the denouement is, but the story holds your attention.
All in all, a story I’d expect to see in Analog, but way below the standard I’d expect to see in Asimovs.
A nicely paced story set in the Cuban Missile Crisis that doesn’t try too hard.
Stories by Richard A. Lovett and Mark Neimann-Ross, Carl Frederick, Brad R. Torgersen, Allen M. Steele, Jay Werkheiser, Michael A. Armstrong