Tag Archives | K.D. Wentworth

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, March 2008

Alexander Jablokov. The Boarder. Another in the ‘historical space race’ faction milieu, as a Russian boarder in the family home who previously worked on the Soviet space program gives another perspective on the period increasingly seen as the halcyon days by certain generations of SF writer. A good read, and gives as good an impression […]

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 2005

Steven Popkes. The Great Caruso. A long-term smoker sources some dubious cigarettes, and finds that her lungs have been subtly changed by inhaled nano-tech. One of the beneficial side effects of the nanites is an improved singing voice, which she uses to good effect. When pneumonia finally takes her, she finds that the nanites have […]