The first story of 2015 that I’m flagging as a contender for the Best SF Short Story Award 2015.
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ERBpunk in the same setting as Levine’s ‘The Wreck of the Mars Adventure’ in the Gardner Dozois/GRR Martin anthology ‘Old Mars’.
Fiction by Edward M. Lerner, David D. Levine, Alec Nevala-Lee, Jamie Todd Rubin, Alastair Mayer.
A quick whizzthrough the issue, stories skimmed/read to varying degrees, with Sean McMullen the pick of a routine issue of Analog.
Strange things are happening at the Art Institute in Chicago..
A good issue. Nothing quite hitting the heights, but do bear in mind I do judge by the highest of standards!
Gene Wolfe. Memorare. This special Gene Wolfe issue leads off with an SF story which confirms just how good Wolfe can be. On the surface it’s a story of a well-established type : a curmudgeonly longer out in the solar system is investigating some very strange artefacts which prove to be qutie dangerous, and has […]
One of the occasional F&SF special issues devoted to a particular author, which I for think is a nice touch. This issue is by way of a tribute to Barry Malzberg. John Kessel. Of New Arrivals, Many Johns, and the Music of the Spheres. Malzberg has written a handful of stories in which the setting […]