Interzone #202 January/February 2006

Now the longest-running British SF mag, Interzone continues in glorious full colour, and a hefty 60 pages. The covers continue to be eye catching and top quality (this issueDan Dos Santos http://www.dandossantos.com, and the interior illustrations ditto. With Interzone having a good distributor for evidently the first time in many, many years, this issue has… Continue reading Interzone #202 January/February 2006

Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, January/February 2004

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

Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, April 2003

Catherine Asaro. Walk in Silence. One beef I have with many Analog stories is that many could easily have been written 50 years ago. Obviously if your tastes are somewhat catholic, and you have a somewhat reactionary bent, then this can be good thing. We start off being introduced to Lieutenant Colonel Jess Fernandez, on… Continue reading Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact, April 2003

Best Science Fiction of the Year 10. Terry Carr, Timescape 1981

Stories by : Barry Malzberg, Bob Leman, Clifford D Simak, F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre, George R. R. Martin, Howard Waldrop, James Tiptree Jr, John Varley, Michael Swanwick, Philip K. Dick, Suzy McKee Charnas, Zenna Henderson.