Short, fairly limited story about a young woman with a terminal illness taking an off-world option to cheat death.
A dark, and ultimately depressing tale of hobos in space.
The Before Michaela Cannon returns in another enthralling ‘Sunspin’ installment!
A sequel to ‘Project Hades’ in Analog July/August 2010
A member of The Company who uses her special ability to see possible futures, reflects on her past and her possible futures.
A good issue, with Reed the pick of the bunch.
The Queen in question being Queen Victoria, and the cambion (in medieval legend, a cambion is a half-human offspring of a succubus and an incubus, as any fule kno) in question being Merlin the Magician.
A ghost story.
The first in Utley’s ‘Silurian Tales’ sequence for four years, a sequence he has had on the simmer since 1993.
More ne’er-do-wells from the deep south pop out from Cowdrey’s active/fetid imagination, the love of money once more being the root of all evil.
The works of an author, long relegated to his past, find a new, robotic audience.
Issues around genetic profiling/fixing treatments are addressed.
Excellent story from Palmer – the tension ramps up until the stakes get very high.
Against a background of water shortages and climate change, a single mother has to face a challenge.
A complex story which doesn’t go for an obvious happy ending, and it’s one of Reed’s best for some time.
Short, introspective and reflective story by Tidhar, the protagonist sharing some of the author’s background.
A good example of pitching a story just right.
Nicely handled zombie horror from McHugh.
A sensitive story that starts off with an intriguing line and engages the reader throughout.
A gently amusing exchange of letters between an author intent on returning to the Golden Age of Science Fiction, and his publisher.
First story in Asimovs for Minton, which muses on faith, specifically the maintenance of ultimate faith against the temptations to test that faith.