Very much in the ‘Analog’ vein, of scientists coming across a scientific challenge/conundrum and having to resolve it
A story from Analog in a Dozois annual collection, a rare event of late. Something more than the usual run of the mill scientist fiction from that magazine it would appear.
Shane Tourtellotte. Evergreen. Tourtellotte looks at the implications of parents genetically modifying their offspring in utero to have their physical development halt at the pre-teen stage. Andrew Crawford is nearing 30, but living in a child’s body. He’s employed as a webmaster, and we get to see straight away some of the reactions of his… Continue reading Analog, September 2009
Both Analog and Asimov’s announced during 2003 that they would be publishing one issue less per year : moving to two double-month issues, and eight single-month issues. This is the first of the two double-month issues of the year, to complement the July/August double issue. Ramona Louise Wheeler. Inherit the Vortex. Further adventures of Ray… Continue reading Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, January/February 2004