New York Review of Science Fiction #302 Patrick McGuire et al.
Special Eastern Europe Issue: The Early Years of the Brothers Strugatsky; Cyberpunk in prose & anime; Jack Vance, World Traveler; Frank Chigas’s Bad Places; reviews of novels by Paul Crilley, Will McIntosh,… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #317 Dan'l Danehy-Oakes et al.
Special Super-Science Issue: Brian Stableford: Super-sex via animal gonads, Mike Barrett: Matthew Hughes’s far-future picaro, Michael Andre-Driuss: Behind the King in Yellow, Dan’l Danehy-Oakes:… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #231 Michael Swanwick et al.
Special SF in China Issue: Reports by David Brin, Nancy Kress, Robert J. Sawyer, Neil Gaiman, Michael Swanwick, David W. Hill, & Carolyn Clink; Greg Johnson: Out West with Emma Bull; Joe Sanders on Ian MacDonald’s… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #316 David E Romm et al.
Special Unexpected Segues Issue: SF Music: David E Romm’s Shockwave Guide; Olympe Chambrionne: Sexual Equality in Pre-SF; Michael Andre-Driussi: Hawthorne and Ballard; Mike Barrett: Edith Nesbit’s… More
Pagan Babies Greg Johnson
From the fleeting optimism of Kennedy’s Camelot to the fearsome specter of the age of AIDS, this impressive, powerfully written debut novel follows the lives of two young people and their stormy relationship… More
Sticky Kisses Greg Johnson
An unexpected phone call from her estranged brother, Thom, propels Abby Sandler from her staid life as a teacher in Philadelphia to Atlanta, where over the ensuing holiday season, as Thom’s chaotic, eclectic… More
Women I’ve Known Greg Johnson
These twenty-four stories, seven new and the rest selected from Johnson’s previous four collections, range from ‘The Metamorphosis,’ in which a young female impersonator is torn to pieces by her fans,… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #326 Audrey Taylor et al.
Special Time and Women Issue: Steve Carper: The Women of the Early SF Canon, Audrey Taylor: Patricia McKillip’s Healing via Time, Robert Eldridge: A Lost Translation of Potoki, Brian Stableford: Speculuative… More