Tag Archives | Eric James Stone

Year’s Best SF 15. (eds Hartwell/Cramer, Eos Books, 2010).

As ever, a strong collection of stories, albeit fairly ‘safe’ in terms of a relatively narrow range of sources.

Analog, April 2009

Adam-Troy Castro. Gunfight on Farside. A sequel to ‘Sunday Night Yams at Minnie and Earls’, worrying, all the way back from 2001 (eight years!!!). That story didn’t grab me that much, but was a Nebula nominee in 2004. This satisfies a bit more. Castro returns to the setting some years later, and intertwines the unreliable […]

Analog, May 2008

David Bartell. Test Signals. A multi-limbed geek involved in computers is rapidly involving in something or other – sorry, this was just way too clunky to persevere with. Dave Creek. No Traveller Returns. Further adventures of Mike Christopher. Eric James Stone. The Ashes of His Fathers. Looks at the price someone is willing to pay […]

Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, September 2005

Michael A. Burstein. Sanctuary. A Catholic Priest is giving a mass to those on a multi-species space station who are part of his flock. An alien begs for sanctuary in the ‘church’, claiming persecution. Some tricky dilemmas are posed, as the nature of the alien – criminal, heretic or persecuted – is open to interpretation, […]