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Amazing Stories, Spring 2000 Amazing Stories, Spring 2000
reviewed by Rich Horton
In this issue, Rich's favourites were from among the less well-known writers. They include the memorable "Requiem with Interruptions" by G. Scott Huggins, the well-depicted "Selling Jesus" by Douglas Lain and "The Reign of Rainbow Stars" by Christian L. Campbell, which tells the story of our world encircled by a satellite network so complete that we become totally shut off from the outside universe.

Amazing Stories Amazing Stories
reviewed by David Soyka
To commemorate the 600th issue of the longest running SF magazine still in print, here is a "Special Collector's Edition," done in between its regular Winter and Spring quarterly issues. Amazing has reprinted one story from each of its centennial issues since its initial publication in April 1926 sandwiched between two originals -- Harlan Ellison's lead story, "the Toad Prince or, Sex Queen of the Martian Pleasure-Domes" and Pamela Sargent's "Common Mind."

Amazing Stories, Winter 2000 Amazing Stories, Winter 2000
reviewed by David Soyka
With this issue, this magazine continues to pull off its amazing trick of packaging a pretty cool collection of leading SF and Fantasy writers sandwiched between the covers of a media tie-in publication seemingly of interest only to adolescent gamers. What remains is a nicely illustrated SF magazine with some real edge.

Amazing Stories, Summer 1999 Amazing Stories, Summer 1999
reviewed by David Soyka
Why did David buy a four-colour glossy magazine that features media tie-ins he's not really interested in? Because the small type on the cover notes the presence of David Brin, Orson Scott Card, and Robert Silverberg -- though it curiously fails to mention Kage Baker, for whose story David picked up the issue in the first place.

Amazing Amazing Stories, Fall 1998
reviewed by Steven H Silver
Once again Amazing Stories has risen from the ashes, this time with a unique mix of original stories and licensed fiction, a first for a major genre magazine. Steven has a look at the second new issue, with stories by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Ursula Le Guin, Diane Duane, and many others -- and find it to be something of a mixed bag.

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