After a gentle story in the issue about love (and loss) taken forward by dialogue, Kelly provides three short vignettes on lust and sex.
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A short two-sider from Kelly, the kind of story Isaac Asimov would be writing if he were still alive and mining the robotics milieu.
Choosing the father of your child can be slightly less tricky when you can combine the DNA of three of them, and you don’t have to look far if you can choose your brother…
A group of teens are doing home work – rewriting the American Declaration of Independence, as they are in the mood for revolution, but will it be just a virtual one?
‘Every age gets the chair that it deserves’ is the key sentence to the story, I reckon. Although working out where the key goes is another matter.
A lengthy novella with a bold premise that ultimately doesn’t quite deliver – bearing in mind that this is Best SF and not Reasonably Good SF.
Some ramblings and reminiscences on 45rpm, punk, e-publishing, time slippage, and a couple of good SF stories.
Kelly in good form in a short about a couple trying to recapture their youthful love for each other by returning to the cottage in the country where it all started.