Suzanne Palmer. The Secret Life of Bots. (Clarkesworld Magazine #132, September 2017)
A cute little story.
A clever story from Palmer, featuring an AI protagonist.
A clever story from Palmer, told in ten (actually 11) sections, each opening with a piece of poetry.
Twp cops have to try to find out just exactly what it was that came down from the sky, and what exactly it was, other than ‘big’
A second strong story from Palmer in a matter of days.
Excellent SF from Palmer – if SF which includes spacesuits, colonies, evil corporations, religion, gender issues, and drama is the kind of thing that you like.
Short, wry look at the risks of parenting in a connected world, where even children are not safe from advertising spam.
Excellent story from Palmer – the tension ramps up until the stakes get very high.
A thriller (up to a point) in deep space, that starts with an Analog-y feel to it. Bari, a junior crewmember on an academic research mission studying some intriguing, migrating space creatures.
A claustrophobic future, withshort-term contract engineers living in cramped subterranean quarters.
None of the multiple Dominic Green stories did much for me, with the other stories simply ok.
Sanford and McAuley provide top-notch SF.