sfrevu Logo with link to Main Page  
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction January/February 2011 - Volume 120, No. 1&2, Whole No. 693 by Gordon Van Gelder
Edited by Gordon Van Gelder
Cover Artist: Kristen Kent
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy & Science Fiction  ISBN/ITEM#: 1095-8258
Date: 30 December 2010 / Show Article /

The January/February 2011 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction has stories by Pat McEwen, Kate Wilhelm, Albert E. Cowdrey, Matthew Corradi, Rick Norwood, Chris Lawson, James Stoddard, Jim Young, Bill Pronzini & Barry N. Malzberg, Richard A. Lupoff, Alan Dean Foster, and a Plumage from Pegasus from Paul Di Filippo

From official release/information:

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction January/February 2011 – Volume 120, No. 1&2, Whole No. 693
This issue has an on-sale date of December 29, 2010

Table of Contents:
Novelets:
Home Sweet B’Iome by Pat McEwen
The Bird Cage by Kate Wilhelm
The Bogle by Albert E. Cowdrey
The Ghiling Blade by Matthew Corradi
Short Stories:
Long Time by Rick Norwood
Canterbury Hollow by Chris Lawson
Christmas at Hostage Canyon by James Stoddard
The Whirlwind by Jim Young
Paradise Lost by Bill Pronzini & Barry N. Malzberg
12:02 P.M. by Richard A. Lupoff
Ghost Wind by Alan Dean Foster
Departments:
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Musing on Books by Michelle West
Plumage from Pegasus: Patton of the Arts by Paul Di Filippo
Films: Spare Parts With a Soul by Kathi Maio
Science: Seeking Glorious Transits by Paul Doherty and Pat Murphy
Coming Attractions
Curiosities by David Langford
Cartoons: John Jonik, Mark Heath

(Source: Fantasy & Science Fiction)

Return to Index


We're interested in your feedback. Just fill out the form below and we'll add your comments as soon as we can look them over. Due to the number of SPAM containing links, any comments containing links will be filtered out by our system. Please do not include links in your message.
Name:
Email:
Comments

© 2002-2017SFRevu

advertising index / info
Our advertisers make SFRevu possible, and your consideration is appreciated.

  © 2002-2017SFRevu