Robert Charles Wilson being the pick of the bunch for me.
P.J. Plauger. Lucky Luke. Lucky is almost 21, and thus about to come into the inheritance left for him in his scientist father’s will (he was orphaned at five). That’s the good news. The bad news : his guardian, the owner of a private college, is not at all keen on this happening, and is… Continue reading Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, December 2003
Michael Swanwick. Slow Life. Standard Analog fayre from an author whom you wouldn’t immediately associate with Analog. Lizzie O’Brien is part of an expedition on Titan, hamstrung slightly by media fascination and online chats with members of the public back home. Whilst a turbot-cam (and, yes, that is right – a turbot-cam as opposed to… Continue reading Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, December 2002
The cover. Oh my God! The cover! Words fail me….. Amy Bechtel. Sea Changes. Long-standing readers of Analog may recall four previous stories over the last ten years by this author in which a veterinarian has some clients with some strange aquatic ‘pets’. I haven’t been reading Analog that long, but can’t recall any of… Continue reading Analog Science Fiction and Fact, April 2002
Stories by : Tuli Kupferberg, Harvey Jacobs, Kit Reed, Tommaso Landolfi, Donald Barthelme, J.G. Ballard, Gilbert Thomas, Tuli Kupferberg, John Updike, Hilary Bailey, Bob Shaw, Peter Tate, R.A. Lafferty, Sonya Dorman, Thomas M. Disch, Brian W. Aldiss, Hortense Calisher, Charles L. Harness, R.A. Lafferty, William Burroughs, Fritz Leiber, Dick Allen, J.G. Ballard, Henri Michaux, Katherine MacLean, Carol Emshwiller, Gunter Grass, Samuel R. Delany, Tuli Kupferberg. (Contents only).
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