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Galaxy's Edge Issue 43: Tribute Issue

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A nice, average issue with fun stories by Andrew Peery, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Larry Hodges, J. Scott Coatsworth, Eleanor R. Wood, Janis Ian and Mike Resnick. Between the stories are appreciations by numerous writers about Mike Resnick's influence on themselves and the SF community.

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Instantiation

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A collection of Egan's recent stories, this collection shows the strength and breath of the author's imagination in stories that span from personal crisis, financial and biological, to ones that envelop the whole world and involve characters that think about and solve complex problems.

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INTERZONE #278 (NOV-DEC 2018)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A not very interesting issue of Interzone, mainly because the stories appear to be on the theme of conflicts (mainly military related) and not of much interest to me. Natalia Theodoridou's story about unusual genetically engineered soldiers is probably the most interesting.

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INTERZONE #279 (JAN-FEB 2019)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

An average issue of Interzone, with interesting stories by Alison Wilgus, G.V. Anderson and Sean McMullen.

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INTERZONE #280 (MAR-APR 2019)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A better than average issue with three good stories by Val Nolan, Maria Haskins and Nicholas Kaufmann and an emotional tale by Shauna O'Meara.

Cover of INTERZONE #281 (MAY-JUN 2019)

INTERZONE #281 (MAY-JUN 2019)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A rather light-weight issue with stories that probably appeal to those who prefer a more 'literary' style of SF than what I would normally read. The stories that I found interesting were by James Warner, Andy Dudak and Malcolm Devlin.

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INTERZONE #282 (JUL-AUG 2019)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A better than average issue filled with fascinating stories. The best of the good stories are by Storm Humbert, Erica L. Satifka and Gregor Hartmann.

Cover of INTERZONE #283 (SEP-OCT 2019)

INTERZONE #283 (SEP-OCT 2019)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A better than average issue, with interesting stories by Fiona Moore, David Cleden and Dustin Blair Steinacker.

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INTERZONE #284 (NOV-DEC 2019)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

An okay issue of Interzone, with the more interesting stories by Joanna Berry, David Tallerman and Tim Chawaga.

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INTERZONE #285 (JAN-FEB 2020)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

An average issue, with interesting stories by Gregor Hartmann, Andy Dudak and John Possidente.

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INTERZONE #286 (MAR-APR 2020)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

An average issue with stories that appear to be linked by featuring characters with psychological issues facing various uncertain futures.

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INTERZONE #287 (MAY-JUN 2020)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A better than average issue with a long, strange, tale of travel to another world that may yet be ours by Tim Lees, Eugenia Triantafyllou and ending with a tale of a timely intervention by Val Nolan that may yet make America great again in a different way.

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INTERZONE #288 (SEP-OCT 2020)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

An average issue with interesting stories by Alexander Glass and Gary Gibson at the start and end of the magazine.

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INTERZONE #289 (NOV-DEC 2020)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A lower than average issue with stories that didn't really attract my attention apart from stories by Cécile Cristofari and David Maskill. The tale by Maskill is the 2019 James White Award Winning story

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INTERZONE #290-#291 (DOUBLE ISSUE)

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

An above average issue with interesting stories by Alexander Glass, Tim Major, Cécile Cristofari and Shauna O'Meara.

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NYRSF 349

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

This is a free special Gardner Dozois Memorial Issue.

Gardner Dozois was a well known editor and writer and loved by many in the Western Science Fiction and Fantasy writing scene.

This issue gathers memorials and articles by various people in the SF and F businesses who knew him and wanted to celebrate his life.

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Perihelion Summer

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

An interesting tale of immediate survival in the face of catastrophic climate change. Compared to his previous stories, there isn't as much 'hard science' involved here, but surviving the changes would involve making tough decisions about how they can prepare and save themselves from the oncoming global crises.

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Phoresis

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

An interesting story of discovery and survival set in a system where two small worlds circle each other and they orbit a sun together. The worlds are cold and covered by ice but the tidal forces between the worlds ensure their interiors are heated and some heat breaks through the ice in the form of geysers, bringing with it life giving chemicals and material.

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The Apex Book of World SF: Volume 5

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sohkamyung's Recommendation

A wonderful collection of speculative fiction from around the world. Ranging from Asia to Africa, Europe to the Americas, you will find much to like in many of the stories featured. My favourites include those by Vina Jie-Min Prasad, T.L. Huchu, Taiyo Fujii, Vandana Singh, Bo-young Kim, Chi Hui, Karla Schmidt and Giovanni De Feo.