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Ken Liu’s Paper Menagerie

There’s not a lot I can add to Mondy’s review of this story, however I’m going to try anyway. This story has made me cry every time I read it. I read it once, fast, and wept and wept. Next … Continue reading

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F&SF May / June 2011

Before starting this review I did try and think of a jokey way of saying that I’ve come across another Ken Liu story that I love.  But everything I wrote either sounded like I was stalking him or I wanted … Continue reading

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F&SF and Ken Liu

This year I am mostly concentrating on anthologies, because otherwise I will go nuts. However, I’m also reading some magazine stories that my stalwart companions rank particularly highly, or whose authors I cannot bear to pass up. F&SF has, surprisingly for … Continue reading

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F&SF March / April 2011

You know a story has had a major impact on you when, on a packed train, squashed between a man who looks vaguely like Charles Stross and a party of shouting girls all on school holidays, your throat constricts and … 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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