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Analog, January/February 2018

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  1. Steve R.
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    Venus seems to be "missing" as a planet worthy of investigation. Julie Novakova in "Hell is Other Planets", reminds us that Venus has a lot of research potential. Hopefully, Venus can be moved-up on the research priority list.

    Adam-Troy Castro, in "Blurred Lives", reminds me of the story style of Jack Vance. Not quite as colorful or exotic, but intriguing.

    Posted 7 months ago #
  2. J-Sun
    Member

    Interesting - while it was okay, I didn't especially care for "Blurred Lives" but I was wondering if it was like The Demon Princes in any meaningful sense. (That set is in Mount TBR.)

    This blog post has my take on the fiction. My favorite was the Foster though I'm not sure how well it will hold up. Still interesting, clever, and had an effect, either way. Other than the editorial, I haven't read the non-fiction yet. I think I rate the Big Three in descending order this month as F&SF, Analog, Asimov's, with none blowing me away or being bad but somewhere between.

    Posted 7 months ago #

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