McMullen captures the tone nicely, the story reading like a Conan Doyle story, as a young man who sees the future as being with electricity and not steam, finds his future quite, quite changed.
In the reign of Emperor Gaius Julius Caeser Augustus Germanicus, a hunter of escaped slaves finds he is more than met his match with a woman with strange powers.
An entertaining novelette mashup of steampunk/Goth/Victoriana/aviation, with more than enough detailing to cause a few Gentlemen’s Trouser Moments from afficianados of the genre.
Napleonic alternate history with a touch of the cthulhian terrors.
As bleakly intense a take on climate change and its consequences as you’ll find.
Kim Lakin-Smith. Johnny and Emmie-Lou Get Married. Steam-driven 1950s Rebel Without a Cause type-punks. After
Cover art by Jim Burns, who last appeared on issue 199, and whilst these breasts
Colours of the Soul, Sean McMullen. A virus is spreading across the globe, and those
Sean McMullen. The Art of the Dragon. Dryly satirical tale in which a gigantic dragon
The first of the now double-size but bi-monthly F&SF. The disappointment of now to be
Sean McMullen. The Twilight Year. A historical tale with the merest whiff of the fantastical.
Sean McMullen. Walk to the Full Moon. In mainland Spain a young girl is found
Navajo Moon-Bird. Fran Van Cleave. Fairly routine story of a young Navajo girl who is
Stories by : Bradley Denton, Brenda Cooper, Charles Coleman Finlay, Gene Wolfe., Glenn Grant, Gregory Benford, Jack McDevitt, James Patrick Kelly, James Stoddard, James. L. Cambias, Janeen Webb, Jean-Claude Dunyach, Ken Liu, Liz Williams, matthew hughes, Neal Asher, Pamela Sargent, Ray Vukcevich, Robert Reed, Sean McMullen, Steve Tomasula, Steven Utley, Terry Bisson.