Further adventures of Jack Shade, who is reluctant to take on a client, until he finds out who the client’s mom is.
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Effective contemporary fantasy/horror which minded me of Stephen King (at least the stories/novels of his I read way back in the day).
The Blessed Lady of Dark Forever tires of her job ferrying the dead…
Robert Reed. Reunion. F&SF regular Reed hit top form with the previous issue’s ‘Five Thrillers’, but in contrast this is a much lower key affair. A young woman attends a school reunion with a difference : the class in question has furnished a dozen high-achievers – extremely high achievers. What is the reason behind this? […]
Tags: Bradley Denton, Bruce Holland Rogers, Bruce Sterling, Dale Bailey, Elizabeth Hand, Esther M. Friesner, Gene Wolfe, Harlan Ellison, John Crowley, Kate Wilhelm, Maureen F. McHugh, Michael Blumlein, Paul Di Filippo, Rachel Pollack, Ray Bradbury, Ray Vukchevic, Robert Reed, S.N. Dyer, Tanith Lee, Terry Bisson, Ursula K. Le Guin0
F&SF have been producing anthologies since 1952 – annual anthologies for the first quarter century, and every two or three years since then. Rather than being a 50-year retrospective, this volume collects the best stories published in F&SF between 1994 and 1998 (since the 45th anniversary anthology). Not having been a reader of F&SF during […]