Analog Science Fiction and Fact, January/February 2015

Analog Science Fiction and Fact January February Volume CXXXV No Double IssueCONTENTNovella Defender of Worms by Richard A LovettNovelettes Malnutrition by J T Sharrah Just Browsing by Stephen Lombard Great Leap of Shin by Henry Lien Usher by Ja

  • Title: Analog Science Fiction and Fact, January/February 2015
  • Author: Trevor Quachri Richard A. Lovett J.T. Sharrah Stephen Lombard Henry Lien Jay Werkheiser Chuck Rothman David L. Clements
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  • Page: 259
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  • Volume CXXXV No 12, Double IssueCONTENTNovella Defender of Worms by Richard A LovettNovelettes Malnutrition by J T Sharrah Just Browsing by Stephen Lombard Great Leap of Shin by Henry Lien Usher by Jay WerkheiserShort Stories Ulenge Prime by Chuck Rothman Long Way Gone by David L Clements Orion, Rising by Arlan Andrews, Sr The Yoni Sutra by Priya ChandVolume CXXXV No 12, Double IssueCONTENTNovella Defender of Worms by Richard A LovettNovelettes Malnutrition by J T Sharrah Just Browsing by Stephen Lombard Great Leap of Shin by Henry Lien Usher by Jay WerkheiserShort Stories Ulenge Prime by Chuck Rothman Long Way Gone by David L Clements Orion, Rising by Arlan Andrews, Sr The Yoni Sutra by Priya Chand Why the Titanic Hit the Iceberg by Jerry Oltion Fool s Errand by Judith Tarr Samsara and Ice by Andy Dudak Marduk s Folly by Sean Vivier Unmother by Lex WilsonPoems The Secret of Cold Fusion by Bruce BostonScience Fact Orbits to Order by Stanley SchmidtDepartments Probability Zero Space Bugs by Marianne DysonGuest Editorial Here s to Your Health by Rajnar VajraAlternate View Blast from the Past by Jeffery D Kooistra Biolog J T Sharrah by Richard A Lovett2014 IndexTrevor Quachri, editorCover art by Shutterstock

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    1. 8 • Malnutrition • 20 pages by J. T. Sharrah Good/VG. An alien dignitary comes to a human outpost and is almost immediately assinated. 38 • Just Browsing • 11 pages by Stephen Lombard Excellent. The Cygnusians want to visit a small town library, but have only one day left before they leave for good. 52 • Ulenge Prime • 5 pages by Chuck Rothman Good/OK. A dictator has built a space station.58 • Long Way Gone • 5 pages by David L. Clements Very Good. Humanity is expanding to the st [...]


    2. A pretty good issue:"Malnutrition" is a nice SF of multiple alien races on a space station, and one visiting species with a non-human view of eating, and a dastardly plot. It's so rare I agree with the choice of cover story, but I really liked this in an old-school way. ****"The Great Leap of Shin" is a really entertaining fantasy story of an alternate ancient China in which a clever scientist decides to avoid a disaster from an earthquake by provoking it on his schedule, and the factions that o [...]


    3. After two solid issues in a row, "Analog" finishes out the year (or, if you insist on going by the cover date [January/February 2015], starts the new year) with a boring mediocre issue. Considering most issues of the magazine are 112 pages, calling an issue like a "Special Double Issue". On the other hand, given how dull this issue was overall and how long it took me to read it, it felt like a double issue. At least. The best stories were "Defenders of Worms" by Richard A. Lovett and "The Great [...]


    4. This issue has the great fortune to contain Henry Lein's >Great Leap of Shin' In his piece fantasy and science combine to provoke nature. Something perhaps we could learn from, or shy from. It is well worth your time.


    5. Poor issue. Only really liked one story (The Great Leap of Shin), and found one other OK (Usher). All the rest below average.


    6. Adored the alien weirdness of "Unmother", a story to me like describing infection from the point of view of the pathogen.


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