Tag Archives | Sydney J. Van Scyoc

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, December 2005

Delia Sherman. Walpurgis Afternoon. Cosy suburbia is threatened by a brand new house appearing overnight, whose occupants are evidently …. witches. sf/f of the gentle suburban variety. Sydney J. Van Scyoc. Poppies by Moonlight. Short story in which returning to bale out her step-brother, yet again, a grieving woman finds him changed, through a visiting […]

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, December 2004

Having just read the Oct/Nov double issue of F&SF I ploughed straight in to this issue, and found halfway through I had to intersperse my reading of it with stories from the latest Asimovs, as I was suffering SF withdrawal, and had to get my fix! Jack Cady. The Fog. Cady died last year, and […]

The 1975 Annual World’s Best SF. edited by Donald A. Wollheim. DAW, 1975

Stories by : George R. R. Martin, Sydney J. Van Scyoc, Bob Shaw, Brian M. Stableford, Frederik Pohl and C.M. Kornbluth, Alfred Bester, Gordon R. Dickson, Michael Bishop, Craig Strete, Isaac Asimov. (Content listing only).