The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 2007

Ian R. MacLeod. The Master Miller’s Tale.. Based in the alternate setting of his novel ‘The Light Ages’, MacLeod paints a very atmospheric picture of rural Lincolnshire in England as the old ways are making way, reluctantly, for the new ones. The alternate element is that of the magic – the bucolic, rural magic which… Continue reading The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, May 2007

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 2004

Matthew Hughes. A Little Learning. Hughes posits a novel method for transiting multiverses – the use of chanting. Bandar is a novice of the Institute of Historical Inquiry, wending his way, unseen, through historical incidents, in an attempt to win a bursary at the Institute. However, his best-laid plains are thrown into dangerous confusion as… Continue reading The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, June 2004