An SF story for those of you who like your SF in deep space, dirty, sweaty, corrupt and cynical, and with a clever story structure. Hold on a minute. That’s me!
A dryly black look at a community living with (or, indeed, dying of) a particularly vicious plague.
A fairly bleak tale with a couple of stylistic issues that don’t help the story.
Nancy Kress. Act One. More of an Analog story than an Asimovs. Genetic modification is
Gord Sellar. Lester Young and the Jupiter’s Moon’s Blues. With this title and an opening
Harry Turtledove. News From the Front. Alternate History relating the role played by FD Roosevelt
Nancy Kress. Safeguard. A classy piece of writing from Kress, who cleverly intertwines story and
Another excellent issue.
Esther M. Friesner. The Fraud. The cover illustration (a Raphael no less) is a good
William Barton. The Gods of A Lesser Creation. Barton returns to the setting of previous
I’ve been reading e-versions of Asimovs for some months now, but went back to the