Indian SF Magazine

We recently received an emailed from Geetanjali Dighe of Mumbai, India, who started a new digital magazine. Here's what he they said: Indian SF is a free to read digital magazine featuring Speculative Fiction (SF) stories. SF broadly stands for Science Fiction and Fantasy. It is published from Mumbai, India. Indian SF welcomes writers from... Continue Reading →

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Analog, June 2011

The stories in Analog's June issue seem squarely aimed at readers who enjoy tales of clever engineers and scientists bravely solving engineering problems while complaining about the difficulty of doing things for public relations purposes. "Energized" by Edward M. Lerner, is the first part of a four-part serialized story.  In the aftermath of a global energy... Continue Reading →

Shimmer, Issue 13

The stories in this season’s issue are extremely well-written and an absolute pleasure to read. The stories themselves, for the most part serious or even melancholy, are built on fresh ideas or at least interesting twists on established ones. Their fantastical elements range from the overt—mermaids and magic portals—to the mere shimmer of possibility hovering... Continue Reading →

Analog, May 2011

All of the six stories are reasonably well written, but overall the May issue failed to invoke much of a sense of wonder for me.  Some of the stories feel dated in style and content compared to fiction being published in other genre markets. "Ellipses" by Ron Collins is the story of a writer who... Continue Reading →

Polden, XXI Vek, April 2011

In his editorial to the April issue, Samuel Lurie suggests to save this copy in a safe place. Why? Because this issue contains the first part of Plyvoon (Quicksand) by Alexander Zhitinsky, a sequel to his Lestnitza (Staircase). Having appeared forty years ago as samizdat (literally, an abbreviation for "self-published" in Russian), Staircase had gone... Continue Reading →

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