Tag Archives: Analog

Stories I have liked

Well the year is marching on, and as usual the January-March reading started slowly. But I have nevertheless come across a few stories that I would recommend: Ernesto… Alec Nevala-Lee (Analog March) Murder Born… Robert Reed (Asimovs February) The Angry … Continue reading

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Analog – May 2011

Ian McHugh’s Boumee and the Apes was by far the strongest piece in the May issue of Analog.  The first encounter between a clan of intelligent elephants (or mammoths) and apes doesn’t go well when one of the clan is … Continue reading

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Oltion, Valentine, Beukes

A few stories I’ve enjoyed over the last little while: Jerry Oltion, “Taboo,” March Analog. ‘Enjoy’ is the wrong word for my overall experience of this story. Oltion makes quite a creepy and disturbing tale out of a future where a … Continue reading

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Analog – April 2011

While the cover of April’s Analog might promise an exciting story about a phallic looking Big Dumb Object on a generic pock-marked landscape, what we get is a below average issue with only two of the eight stories getting more … Continue reading

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F&SF Jan – Feb 2011 and Analog March 2011

Two reviews for the price of one. Come on, tell me you don’t get great value over here at Last Short Story. This year will be 14 years since Gordon Van Gelder took over as the Managing Editor of Fantasy … Continue reading

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Analog Jan/Feb 2011

This is not only my first ever post on WordPress and my first ever entry for Last Short Story, but it’s also the first post for 2011 LSS short story reading year.  As the newbie of the bunch, I thought … Continue reading

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