Urban fantasy in which a 50+ academic desperately seeking tenure finds things get a little … grimm.
Tag Archives | Peter S. Beagle
A verbose story about one Dr. Olfert Dapper that could easily be confused with a Matthew Hughes creation. Good news indeed for those F&SF readers who are suffering from a Hengis Hapthorne Deficiency Syndrome.
Nice homage to Avram Davidson, SF writer and editor of F&SF back in the early 1960s
Tags: Alex Jeffers, Alice Sola Kim, Ann Leckie, Beth Bernobich, Charlie Anders, Christopher Golden, Daryl Gregory, Delia Sherman, Elizabeth Bear, Erik Admundsen, Eugene Mirabelli, Garth Nix, Holly Phillips, Ian McDonald, James Alan Gardner, James Maxey, James. L. Cambias, Jay Lake, Jeff VanderMeer, Jeffrey Ford, Karen Heuler, Kij Johnson, Liz Williams, Margo Lanagan, Mary Robinette Kowel, Meghan McCarron, Naomi Novik, Paul Cornell, Peter S. Beagle, Peter Watts, Richard Bowes, Rivka Galchen, Sarah Monette, Ted Kosmatka, Will McIntosh2
A late arrival on my doorstep, and it’s taken much longer to finish the review than I had hoped. Note to self : faster dude, faster!
Tags: Adam Semple, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Daniel Abraham, Elizabeth Bear, Ellen Klages, Ellen Kushner, Jeffrey Ford, Karen Joy Fowler, Maureen F. McHugh, Molly Gloss, Nicola Griffith, Nnedi Okorafor, Pat Cadigan, Paul Di Filippo, Peter S. Beagle, Yane Yolen0
Nicely complements the Strahan/Dozois New Space Opera anthology series, starting with several stories of the contemporary, speculative type.
Heart-rending and believable.
S’okay, but little beyond the ‘be careful what you wish for’ trope.
Tags: Elizabeth Bear, Garth Nix, Greg Egan, Hannu Rajaniemi, Holly Black, Holly Phillips, Ian McDonald, Jeff VanderMeer, Joan Aiken, John Kessel, Kelly Link, Ken Scholes, Kij Johnson, M Rickert, Margo Lanagan, Maureen McHugh, Meghan McCarron, Michael Swanwick, Paolo Bacigalupi, Paul McAuley, Peter S. Beagle, Rachel Swirsky, Richard Bowes, Robert Reed, Stephen Baxter, Stephen King, Ted Chiang, Ted Kosmatka4
A collection of excellent stories.