Tag Archives | Nancy Etchemendy

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 2004

Nancy Etchemendy. Nimitseahpah. A tale of strange doings in the desert a century ago (cue tumbleweed rolling across empty prairie). The old Pahpocket Mine has claimed many a life in years gone by, but the entrance to the mine is now guarded by rock with magical charms, and this sentinel has prevented the mine claiming […]

Fantasy and Science Fiction April 2001

Have Not Have. Geoff Ryman. Classy stuff. The societal impact of technology is something that Ryman has written on before (‘Everywhere’ from Interzone and Dozois 17th being set in the NE of England). This story takes us to a remote Chinese village, providing an exquisite look at traditional lives of people who by todays/tomorrows standards […]