A story that was pitched as a movie back in the day – which would start out My Little Pony and end up Predator/Do Androids….
Nicely told story that builds to a gnarly life and death struggle in a bedroom with an elderly Viet buddhist clad in only red boxing shorts defending the Earth from alien invasion.
The latest issue of the Irish SFFH magazine opens and closes strongly.
Quite categorically, the best short story about a vampiric attack on the Holy City that I have ever read.
An issue which gets stronger the further you get in (unless you’re a fan of the Kedrigern stories). For me Utley and McCalliser where the pick of the bunch, with Cowdrey, Reed and Shultz entertaining.
Hmmm, the first post-Dozois issue. Having to cope with that change alongside the Interzone change, don’t these people realise that a high proportion of SF readers are borderline autistic, and can’t handle change very well? Susan Palwick. The Fate of Mice. The mouse in question is Rodney, a lab mouse. But not your common or… Continue reading Asimovs, January 2005