Very much in the ‘Analog’ vein, of scientists coming across a scientific challenge/conundrum and having to resolve it
I went into this story with low expectations. Sadly the story didn’t even reach those low expectations.
A touching story, with a very strong sense of place, and of the people populating it.
A shorter story from Tidhar, and classy as usual.
Read in The Year’s Best Science Fiction Thirty Fifth Annual Collection (Dozois, 2018). Published by
An intriguing vignette from Corey.
Whilst not SF, altogether a good story about grownups and grownup issues.
clever stuff, although admittedly the characters are rather one-dimensional, with one of them handily having prior knowledge that helps explain the background.
Three dimensional and believable.