Tag Archives | Jack Cady

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, February 2009

Fred Chappel. Shadow of the Valley. When protagonist Falco previously appeared in F&SF in ‘Dance of Shadows’ I wroteth : If you like your fantasy wordy and with loquacious characters using verbose and flowery language, and with a mystery to be solved, you’ll enjoy this story. and a cursory glanceth suggesteth the same comment. Worthy […]

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, December 2004

Having just read the Oct/Nov double issue of F&SF I ploughed straight in to this issue, and found halfway through I had to intersperse my reading of it with stories from the latest Asimovs, as I was suffering SF withdrawal, and had to get my fix! Jack Cady. The Fog. Cady died last year, and […]

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 2003

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 […]

Fantasy and Science Fiction, September 2002

Robert Reed. The Majesty of Angels. Occasionally, very occasionally, you come across an SF short story that stands out ‘head and shoulders’ above others. This is one such. Reed is at his best here, in giving the reader just enough, and no more. The narrator is one of an alien race, whose job it is […]

Year’s Best Science Fiction, 11th Annual Collection. Gardner Dozois. 1994

Stories by : Brian W. Aldiss, Bruce Sterling, Charles Sheffield, Connie Willis, Dan Simmons, Don Webb, G. David Nordley, Greg Egan, Ian R. Macleod, Jack Cady, Joe Haldeman, Jr, Mark Rich, Maureen F. McHugh and David B. Kisor, Mike Resnick, Nancy Kress, Neal Barrett, Pat Cadigan, Rebecca Ore, Robert Reed, Stephen Baxter, Steven Utley, Walter Jon Williams, William Browning Spencer