Also in the mailbox this week is the 24th Annual The Year’s Best Science Fiction, edited by Gardner Dozois, from the SFBC. Of all the “Year’s Best” books out there, the ones I normally purchase are this one, the Nebula Showcase books (different editor each year), and Jonathan Strahan’s Best Short Novels collections. […]
Archive for the 'Asimov's Science Fiction' Category
Hello! After two weeks off, I’ve got all kinds of incoming short fiction.
Escape Route by Peter F. Hamilton is the latest offering from Infinivox, a company that has been publishing quality audio short fiction for years.
IN MY MAILBOX
Fantasy and Science Fiction, August 2007
“Murder in the Flying Vatican” by Albert E. Cowdrey
we decided to all of you dissertation writing “At These Prices” […]
“None So Blind” is a joy to read. It’s very short, and the central SF idea in it (that unlocking the brain’s real power triggers the next step in human evolution) is something we’ve seen before. But this story’s charm is in its presentation. It is like a poem - a kind […]
The Kirinyaga series consists of ten stories which were originally published in Asimov’s Science Fiction and Fantasy and Science Fiction magazines between 1988 and 1996. Nearly every story garnered a Hugo nomination, with two of them winning the award: “Kirinyaga” (Short Story, 1989) and “The Manamouki” (Novelette, 1991). “The Manamouki” is on the […]