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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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Recommended Reading – January 2012

I’ve tried to be a bit more pro-active this year with my short fiction recommendations, tweeting the stories I really enjoyed on the @lastshortstory account.*  Because I have a full time job, a family, do two podcasts and enjoy things … Continue reading

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Mondy’s Years Best for 2011

What better thing to do, late on a Christmas mornig, then write about my favourite short stories from 2011. Of the 7,000 or so short stories written and published in any one year, I read 185 of them.  Considering one … Continue reading

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Asimov’s March 2011

Robert Reed’s Purple proves to be the strongest story in a better than average March issue of Asimov’s. The novelette, with echoes of Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse 5 and Tom Disch’s The Puppies of Terra, tells the story of a blind amputee, … Continue reading

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