Having had to hand back my PDA upon leaving my last employer, I had gone without a mobile e-reading facility for a couple of months. Struggling with this lack, and also really not wanting to have to go back to copying from my MS Outlook in to a paper diary, I purchased my own piece […]
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I’ve been reading Asimov’s in two formats over the past couple of years: the traditional dead-tree pulp sized magazine, and an e-version produced by PeanutPress (now Palm Digital Media), which I read on a Cassiopeia palm-top/PDA. The Cassiopeia version was extremely handy – several issues of magazines could be kept alongside a number of novels […]
A pretty damn good collection. Steele and Martinez were a tad below an otherwise high standard.
Has there been a better issue of Asimovs in recent years?
Tags: Alex Irvine, Bruce Sterling, Charles Stross, Chris Roberson, Daniel Abraham, Daryl Gregory, Elizabeth Bear, Elizabeth Hand, Greg Egan, Holly Black, Jeffrey Ford, Kelly Link, Ken MacLeod, M Rickert, Michael Swanwick, Nancy Kress, Neil Gaiman, Peter S. Beagle, Stephen Baxter, Susan Palwick, Ted Chiang, Ted Kosmatka, Theodore Goss, Tony Daniel0
Stories by : Ted Chiang, Peter S. Beagle, Charles Stross, Greg Egan, Daryl Gregory, Jeffrey Ford, Holly Black, Ted Kosmatka, Alex Irvine, Daniel Abraham, Nancy Kress, Bruce Sterling, Theodore Goss, Neil Gaiman, Stephen Baxter, Ken Macleod, Susan Palwick, Michael Swanwick, M. Rickert, Tony Daniel, Elizabeth Hand, Chris Roberson, Elizabeth Bear, Kelly Link.
not as much boggle for my buck as I had hoped, but still a lot of boggle in there!
Tags: A. J. McIntosh, Andrew C. Ferguson, Andrew J. Wilson, Angus McAllister, Charles Stross, Deborah J. Miller, Gavin Inglis, Hal Duncan, Hannu Rajaniemi, Harvey Welles and Philip Raines, Jack Deighton, Jane Yolen, John Grant, Ken MacLeod, Marion Arnott, Matthew Fitt, Michael Cobley, Neil Williamson, Ron Butlin, Stefan Pearson, William Meikle0
A good mix of SF, alternate history and horror, interspered with some dry humour. It’s a handsome paperback that deserves to do well.
Tags: Carol Emshwiller, Charles Stross, Christopher Rowe, Gene Wolfe, James Patrick Kelly, Jeff VanderMeer, Joe Haldeman, M. John Harrison, Nancy Kress, Paolo Bacigalupi, Robert Reed, Stephen Baxter, Walter Jon Williams0
Stories by : Carol Emshwiller, Charles Stross, Christopher Rowe, Gene Wolfe., James Patrick Kelly, Jeff VanderMeer, Joe Haldeman, M. John Harrison, Nancy Kress, Paolo Bacigalupi, Robert Reed, Stephen Baxter, Walter Jon Williams.