A story about a son’s relationship with his father, seen through the lens of baseball – but with a difference.
Fantasy novellete following Selestriian Dah’nok’s loss of the titular blade, and his involvement with wraiths, the water-witch of Sultantis, and the Obixx, which he reaches via Boroxis on the path to Erastiss, before he finds the Dinisistrii solution.
Tananarive Due. Senora Suerte. This issue featurs a trio of stories by authors who have responded to a story idea from Harlan Ellison – what happens when Lady Luck meets the unluckiest guy in the world? Rather than the setting being a casino, Due has an unlikely setting : an old people’s home in Cuba.… Continue reading The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, September 2006
Robert Reed. Less Than Nothing. Reed further develops the story of the boy Raven, one of the dwindling numbers of The People, who live mostly alongside but hidden from everyone else. Here the ghost of a neighbour who he killed in a previous story comes back to haunt him, and he has to seek help… Continue reading The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, January 2006