The anthology finishes with a look back at, a reliving, of deaths in a child labour factory on the subcontinent, as those who died, and will continue to die, furnish those that live on, digitally, with a view of death, an ending that will become increasingly rare.
A beautiful story from Swirsky, a classy storyteller.
hmmm, very similar to hard SF in some ways.
More interpersonal and interspecies dynamics than you get in most sf novels
Clever little piece looking at the consequences of each generation taking things just one step further than the previous one.
A collection of excellent stories.
Interzone continues to celebrates its 25th year, in an issue notable for every illustration coming from Douglas A. Sirois. This review has been languishing on my hard disk for some weeks now, and I’ve dusted it off and popped it online just as the next issue is due to hit the shelves. Jayme Lynn Blaschke.… Continue reading Interzone #210 June 2007