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Out in hyperspace a trainee pilot has to react when her spaceship comes tumbling out of hyperspace. Is it a real incident, or a Kobayashi Maru training scenario?
Readers familiar with McDevitt’s ‘Academy’ novels will doubtless be particularly pleased to read a story featuring the early days of Priscilla Hutchins, who is evidently a central figure in the six novels.
Another reflective piece on what the 1960s/1970s ‘space race’ and Apollo missions might have led to in alternate histories, with a pinch of tabloid newspaper sensationalism, as some long buried secrets come to light…
Fiction by Adam-Troy Castro, Paul Levinson, Alec Nevala-Lee, Jack McDevitt, Don D’Ammassa, Jerry Oltion, Bill Johnson. (Content listing only)
A 30th Anniversary issue with some pretty Big Names on the cover. But does it flatter to deceive?…
Adam Troy Castro. Unseen Demons. A touch of the ‘Lecters’ in that a young woman, with some dark secrets in her own past, has to confront a ‘monster’ in the shape of an Earth diplomat. Emil Sandburg, an otherwise dull and simple man, has been slaughtering specimens of the indigineous life form. There is a […]
Tags: Benjamin Rosenbaum, Chris Nakashima-Brown, Cory Doctorow, Cyto Couture, Ian McDonald, Jack McDevitt, Jack Skillingstead, Jeff Carlson, Karl Schroeder, Kay Kenyon, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Mike Resnick, Nancy Kress, Paolo Bacigalupi, Pat Cadigan, Paul Cornell, Paul McAuley, Tobias S. Buckell0
As with #1, another handsome collection of short SF from some of the biggest names in SF. Praise especially for making room for the lengthy Rosenbaum/Doctorow story.