Interzone Number 176, February 2002

Greg Egan. Singleton. I have to admit disappointment with this story. I approached it with egaer anticipation – a lengthy story (which Interzone provide only too rarely) and one from Greg Egan at that! Egan looks at the quantum nature of life from a slightly different perspective – that of choices made, and actions taken… Continue reading Interzone Number 176, February 2002

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

Year’s Best SF 5. David G. Hartwell. Eos Books 2000

Stories by : Barry N. Malzberg, Brian Aldiss, Brian M. Stableford, Chris Beckett, Chris Lawson, Cory Doctorow, Curt Wohleber, Elisabeth Malartre, Fred Lerner, G. David Nordley, Gene Wolfe, Geoff Ryman, Greg Egan, Hiroe Suga, Kim Stanley Robinson, Lucy Sussex, Mary Soon Lee, Michael Bishop, Michael Swanwick, Robert J. Sawyer, Robert Reed, Sarah Zettel, Stephen Baxter, Terry Bisson, Tom Purdom

Year’s Best SF 4. David G. Hartwell. Harper Prism, 1999

Stories by : Alexander Jablokov, Bruce Sterling, David Brin, David Langford, Dominic Green, Gregory Benford, Jean-Claude Dunyach, Mark S. Geston, Mary Rosenblum, Mary Soon Lee, Michael F. Flynn, Michael Skeet, Michael Swanwick, Nancy Kress, Norman Spinrad, Rob Chilson, Robert Reed, Ron Goulart, Stephen Baxter, Ted Chiang.