Tag Archives | Benjamin Rosenbaum

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, August 2004

Robert Reed. The Condor’s Green-Eyed Child. Reed returns to the strange milieu of ‘Raven'(F&SF Dec 2001) and ‘Buffalo Wolf'(F&SF March 2003), in which we are treated to Gene Wolfe-esque glimpses of strange events in a setting just slightly off-key from that which we know. Here young Raven is making his way in the forest when […]

Fantasy and Science Fiction, July 2002

Albert E. Cowdrey. The Posthumous Man. Cowdrey takes us once again to New Orleans. Wentworth is an antiques dealer, specialising in Funerary Arts. An old tombstone behind which is a murderous tale comes his way, bringing bad fortune to him. Benjamin Rosenbaum. Droplet. A far-future postmodern couple in deep space come across an ancient planet […]

Fantasy and Science Fiction July 2001 – (Peanut Press edition)

Somewhat belated review, as I never did get a copy of the printed edition, but as F&SF is now on PeanutPress, I was able to download and review the electronic version. Tom Kelley’s Ghost. Steven Popkes. A good old-fashioned ghost story. Nope, make that a *very* good, old-fashioned ghost story. A young couple move into […]