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Editor's Choice: Short Fiction Reviews
by David A. Truesdale

Dave Truesdale has been reading science fiction and fantasy for forty years. For the past four years he has edited TANGENT: The Only Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Fiction Review Magazine. It was runner-up for the 1997 Hugo Award. The intent of this column is to present reviews of selected short fiction that strike Dave's interest as his reading for Tangent continues. If you would like to read more short fiction reviews, try Tangent as it reviews every original story in all American, Canadian, British, and Australian professional SF & F magazines (as well as many others).

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Asimov's Science Fiction
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On Spec
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Interzone
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In his column, David looks at the Summer 1998 issue of Amazing Stories. His choice is "Gooses" by Orson Scott Card.

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For his column, David has written a piece called The Golden Age of Best SF Collections: A Chronicle. In it, he gives us a glimpse of a time when there were 7 Best of the Year collections being published.

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In his column, David looks at the April and May issues of Analog Science Fiction and Fact. His choice is the serialization of The Children Star by Joan Slonczewski, (Parts One and Two of Four).

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In his column, David looks at the May 1998 issue of Science Fiction Age. His choice is
"Saddle Point: Roughneck" by Stephen Baxter.

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In his column, David looks at the April and May 1998 issues of Asimov's SF. His choices are
"A Question of Grammar" by L. Timmel Duchamp from April and "Wild Minds" by Michael Swanwick from May.

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In his column, David looks at the April 1998 and the May 1998 issues of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. His choices from the April issue are "So Many Miles to the Heart of a Child" by Richard Bowes and "Mother Grasshopper" by Michael Swanwick. From the May issue, he chose "The Questing Mind" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch.

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In his column, David looks at the April 1998 issue of Realms of Fantasy. His choices are "Miss'ippi Snow" by Deborah Thérese D'Onofrio and "Tiger. Tiger" by Severna Park.

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In his column, David will be looking at the March 1998 issue of Asimov's SF. His choices are "Radio Praha" by Tony Daniel and "Wild Child" by S.N. Dyer.

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In his column, David looks at the March 1998 issue of Analog. His choice is
"In Loco Parentis" by Edward H. Seksay.

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In his column, David looks at the March 1998 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. His choice is
"White Magic" by Albert E. Cowdrey

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In his column, David looks at the Winter 1998 issue of Talebones, A Magazine of Science Fiction & Dark Fantasy (#10). His choices are "Head" by Trey R. Barker and "Burying Marmee" by David W. Hill.

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In his column, David looks at the March 1998 of Science Fiction Age. His choice is "Craphound" by Cory Doctorow.

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In his column, David looks at the January 1998 issue (#127) of Interzone. His choice is "What I Got for Christmas" by Pat Cadigan.

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In his column, David looks first at the Winter 1997 issue (#31) of On Spec. His choices are "Twilight of the Real" by Wesley Herbert, "Family Melodies" by Laurie Channer and "The Bone House" by Catherine MacLeod.

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In his column, David looks first at the February issue of Analog Science Fiction and Fact. His choice is "The Orchard" by Paul Levinson. He also read the February issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. His choices are "Graft" by Christine Beckert and "Home Time" by Ian R. MacLeod.

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In his column, David looks at the February issue of Asimov's Science Fiction. His choices are "The Very Pulse of the Machine" by Michael Swanwick and "The Planck Dive" by Greg Egan.

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short fiction reviews by David Truesdale
In his column, David looks at the January issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. His choices are "Night of the Fireflies" by Dale Bailey and "Reading the Bones" by Sheila Finch

Copyright © 1998 by David A. Truesdale


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