Fantasy & Science Fiction, December 2000

Sunrise Blues. S.N. Dyer A not unknown storyline – linking rock’n’roll with vampires – is handled extremely well through a ‘rockumentary’ approach: a music press/TV documentary on Tom Paine and his seventies mega group Commonsense. The group achieves success once they are joined by a female drummer, who is very much a night person, and… Continue reading Fantasy & Science Fiction, December 2000

Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, April 2001 (Peanut Press edition)

At Tide’s Turning. Laura J. Moxon. The ice-cold Brimstone has been settled by clone groups working to terraform the moon. Manda CarliPablo is a singleton amongst her clonefamily, which is constituted of sets of twins. Following a major earthquake there is substantial damage to part of the colony, and Manda is determined to continue the… Continue reading Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, April 2001 (Peanut Press edition)

Year’s Best SF 3. David G. Hartwell. Harper Prism 1998

Brian Stableford, Gene Wolfe., Geoffrey A. Landis, Greg Egan, Gregory Benford, Jack Williamson, James Patrick Kelly, John C. Wright, Katherine McLean, Kim Newman, Michael Moorcock, Michael Swanwick, Nancy Kress, Paul Levinson, R. Garcia y Robertson, Ray Bradbury, Robert Silverberg, S.N. Dyer, Terry Bisson, Tom Cool., Tom Purdom, William Gibson

The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: the Fiftieth Anniversary Anthology. Edward L. Ferman and Gordon van Gelder (eds). Tor 1999.

F&SF have been producing anthologies since 1952 – annual anthologies for the first quarter century, and every two or three years since then. Rather than being a 50-year retrospective, this volume collects the best stories published in F&SF between 1994 and 1998 (since the 45th anniversary anthology). Not having been a reader of F&SF during… Continue reading The Best from Fantasy and Science Fiction: the Fiftieth Anniversary Anthology. Edward L. Ferman and Gordon van Gelder (eds). Tor 1999.