There’s something Ballardian about the imagery of engines sitting under the sun on a remote desert, but it’s one of those stories I sometimes feel that I’m missing something without which I’m not really getting what the story is really about.
Almost 30 years since Zebrowski’s ‘The Eichmann Variations’ was a Nebula Finalist, Zebrowski provides another variation on the theme, against postulating multiple Eichmanns
Catch the Sleep Ship: the first science-fiction story of the century. George Zebrowski. Complements the
The experienced writers provide solid fare in this issue, although with four stories having humorous undertones the feel of the issue is slightly lightweight as opposed to a festive feast with all the trimmings.
The Precipice. Ben Bova. This is the first part of a novel serialisation. As I
Editorial Stanley Schmidt’s editorial ponders the ‘danger’ inherent in politics when the ideologies of political
An excellent collection of short SF. Several made it to the various Year’s Best collections, and a couple of others which were not selected would not have looked out of place. The volume starts well, is strong in the middle, and ramps up to a strong finish.
Stories by : Doris Pitkin Buck, Edgar Pangborn, Gardner R Dozois, George Zebrowski, Joanna Russ, Kate Wilhelm, Katherine Maclean, Poul Anderson, R.A. Lafferty, Robert Silverberg, Stephen Goldin.