Fiction by : Edward M. Lerner, Janet Catherine Johnston, Jerry Oltion, Brad R. Torgersen, Carl Frederick.
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Fiction by Edward M. Lerner, Gray Rineheart, Carl Frederick, Emily Mah, Brad R. Torgersen, Craig DeLancey
Stories by Richard A. Lovett and Mark Neimann-Ross, Carl Frederick, Brad R. Torgersen, Allen M. Steele, Jay Werkheiser, Michael A. Armstrong
Stephen Baxter does Nigel Kneale, and stories by Rajnar Vajra, Stephen L. Burns, Marianne J. Dyson, Scott William Carter, Carl Frederick, Brad Aiken, and Brenda Cooper.
Five regular contributors (Stephen Baxter, H.G. Stratmann, Jerry Oltion, G. David Nordley, Carl Frederick) to Analog providing fayre consistent with that which they have provided previously. Enow already.
Greg Egan. Dark Integers. A sequel to the well-received and Dozoised (13th) ‘Luminous’ from Asimovs, Sept 1995. According to my mini-summation of that volume : “Massive computing power is used to probe mathematical certainties. And if 2+2 does not equal 4, then what does that mean for the fabric of the universe? Maths was never […]
A return to reading the print version after several months reading e-versions, and a welcome return I have to say. There are advantages to e-books, but I much prefer reading a full page rather the paragraph or two that is generally available on a handheld device. John Kessel. Sunlight or Rock. A sequel to his […]
Michael F. Flynn. Where the Winds Are All Asleep. An Oirish Bar is the opening setting, with Flynn trying to hide amongst the blarney and the craic a fair amount of scientific discussion around abiogenesis – the origin of life from non-living matter. It being an Irish bar, a story is then told, a tale […]