A neat little story focussing on a father-daughter relationship that is being tested…
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A dry, wry story.
Great story from Skillingstead. Revealing the story through a very sick man reflecting on an incident much earlier in his life,
A dog is a man’s best friend, but in this short story a virtual poodle becomes the focus of divorce-settlement unpleasantness, as the dog goes viral.
A father with his own substance abuse history finds his son’s experimentation with drugs has put him at grave risk.
A short but strong, tense psychological piece.
The first of the now double-size but bi-monthly F&SF. The disappointment of now to be hearing a copy of F&SF coming through the letter box only six times a year is mitigated by the fact that it now makes an even meatier thump when hitting the floor. Sean McMullen. The Spiral Briar. Some fantasy to […]
An excellent issue, as you might expect with authors of the standing of Stableford, Reed, Wilhelm, Swanwick, Kress and Rusch. Those without that standing (yet) similarly provide top quality. Well, you only have a 400th issue once.