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Analog Science Fiction and Fact, October 2001 (Peanut Press edition)

Pele. Poul Anderson. Pele is arguably the greatest footballer (US: soccer player) who ever lived, the Brazilian whose international career spanned three decades and several World Cups. He also had the signal honour of a poster of him hanging on my bedroom wall in the early 1970s. That poster was replaced in 1978 by a […]

Analog Science Fiction and Fact, March 2001 (Peanut Press edition)

Magic’s Price. Bud Sparhawk. Jacob lives on his family’s farm. Unlike most, he is fascinated by the strange machines that lie inertly around the countryside. When magicians arrive in the village, one of whom is a strikingly attractive young woman, he takes the chance to learn from them. The magicians are in fact engineers who […]