An impactful four pages from Palwick, set in a near-future USA in which a mother takes a trip on a Greyhound bus, to visit her incarcerated son.
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Palwick provides an alien perspective to human colonisation, through Llhosi, a protagonist with a somewhat unctious, Harry Potter Dobbie-esque, narrative style.
“I’d just finished putting new eyebolts in the St. Andrew’s cross in the Red Room — I hadn’t installed the old ones, and they’d turned into pipe cleaners — when the angels came fluttering in, mewling and bumping into things….”
Hmmm, the first post-Dozois issue. Having to cope with that change alongside the Interzone change, don’t these people realise that a high proportion of SF readers are borderline autistic, and can’t handle change very well? Susan Palwick. The Fate of Mice. The mouse in question is Rodney, a lab mouse. But not your common or […]
Reflections. Robert Silverberg The latest technological developments in slowing the speed of laser light give Silverberg pause to reflect on Bob Shaw’s “The Light of Other Days”, the classic ‘slow glass’ story. Going After Bobo. Susan Palwick. Accurately, and often painfully observed story of a young boy, living with his mother and older brother, in […]
Tags: Alex Irvine, Bruce Sterling, Charles Stross, Chris Roberson, Daniel Abraham, Daryl Gregory, Elizabeth Bear, Elizabeth Hand, Greg Egan, Holly Black, Jeffrey Ford, Kelly Link, Ken MacLeod, M Rickert, Michael Swanwick, Nancy Kress, Neil Gaiman, Peter S. Beagle, Stephen Baxter, Susan Palwick, Ted Chiang, Ted Kosmatka, Theodore Goss, Tony Daniel0
Stories by : Ted Chiang, Peter S. Beagle, Charles Stross, Greg Egan, Daryl Gregory, Jeffrey Ford, Holly Black, Ted Kosmatka, Alex Irvine, Daniel Abraham, Nancy Kress, Bruce Sterling, Theodore Goss, Neil Gaiman, Stephen Baxter, Ken Macleod, Susan Palwick, Michael Swanwick, M. Rickert, Tony Daniel, Elizabeth Hand, Chris Roberson, Elizabeth Bear, Kelly Link.
Tags: Alastair Reynolds, Bruce Sterling, Cory Doctorow, Gwyneth Jones, Howard Waldrop, Ian McDonald, James Morrow, Michael Swanwick, Paolo Bacigalupi, Pat Cadigan, Robert Reed, Susan Palwick, Vonda N McIntyre, Wil McCarthy0
A very strong volume, IMHO, with only the Palwick story being the one to which I would object to (although with the proviso that the Sterling and Cadigan stories were for my more towards the fantasy end of the spectrum than the SF, especially for an editor who does have a complementary fantasy collection).
Tags: Alastair Reynolds, Daniel Kaysen, Douglas Lain, Howard Waldrop, James Patrick Kelly, James Van Pelt, Joe Haldeman, Leah Bobet, Mary Rosenblum, Michael Swanwick, Robert Reed, Stephen Leigh, Susan Palwick, Tom Purdom, Wil McCarthy0
Stories by : Alastair Reynolds, Daniel Kaysen, Douglas Lain, Howard Waldrop, James Patrick Kelly, James Van Pelt, Joe Haldeman, Leah Bobet, Mary Rosenblum, Michael Swanwick, Robert Reed, Stephen Leigh, Susan Palwick, Tom Purdom, Wil McCarthy.