Nordley was (and probably is still) an Analog regular, and I stopped reading that magazine a while back as their stories mostly failed to engage me – as did this story.
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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.
Stories by four Analog stalwarts and a newbie : G. David Nordley, Craig DeLancy, John G. Hemry, Jerry Oltion, Jay Werkheiser.
Robert Silverberg. With Caesar in the Underworld. Over the past fifteen years Silverberg has been developing an alternate-world scenario in which the Hebrew exodus from Egypt under Moses never happened, and as a consequence, Roman remained pagan. This is the latest installment. John Kessel. Stories for Men. A follow-up to ‘The Juniper Tree’ (Science Fiction […]
The Royals of Hegn. Ursula K. Le Guin A short tale from UKLG, describing the small country of Hegn, particularly notable for having a population all of whom are of blue blood – they can trace their royal forebears back many generations. Well, not everyone is royalty, for there is a small family of commoners, […]
James Gunn. Elixir. A sequel to ‘New Blood’ from Astounding, October 1955. Yup, 1955. Dr. Russell Pearce has been researching an elixir vitae for some 50 years (I’m presuming he appeared in the earlier story). He is doing this in the knowledge that there are those amongst us who live exceptionally long lives, but knowledge […]
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The annual double-issue. G. David Nordley. The Fire and The Wind. The story starts with a stark warning to the main character than in space, whilst oxygen is a friend, in the wrong circumstances it can be lethal. A crew of students with the lunar rescue squad find themselves pitched into a dramatic rescue, but […]
Editorial Stanley Schmidt’s editorial ponders the ‘danger’ inherent in politics when the ideologies of political parties come together. He remembers John W. Campbell’s support for the Presidential Campaign of Governor Wallace in the Sixties on the basis that he was the only candidate with ‘significantly different’ ideas. Call me a lily-livered liberal, but give me […]