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Archive for May, 2010

Tomorrow Numbly Dies: A Final Look at FlashForward

by Gary Westfahl In an intensely complicated television series, grand visions may be inferred from the tiniest of details. During the frenetic final episodes of FlashForward’s first, and only, season, it is briefly noted that, according to the folks who have employed the technology of FlashForwards to repeatedly glimpse the future, no one has ever […]

Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction, late May 2010

This month’s reading was balanced between SF and fantasy, with a leavening of nonSFnal stories employing SFnal themes. Zines Reviewed Asimov’s, July 2010 Analog, July/August 2010 Interzone, 228 May-June 2010 Fantasy Magazine, May 2010 Strange Horizons, May 2010 Beneath Ceaseless Skies, May 2010 Subterranean, Spring 2010 Tor.com, May 2010 Asimov’s, July 2010 Featuring a fine […]

Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction, early May 2010

Zines Reviewed Electric Velocipede #20, Winter 2010 Clarkesworld Magazine, May 2010 Subterranean, Spring 2010 Abyss and Apex #34, 2nd Quarter 2010 Apex, May 2010 Electric Velocipede #20, Winter 2010 A particularly sciencefictional issue. I would not have been surprised to find some of these stories in a certain zine devoted to hard SF. “The Mikarr […]

Howard Waldrop & Lawrence Person review Iron Man 2

Both: Howard thought this was better than the original Iron Man, while Lawrence merely thought it as good. Either way, if you liked the first one, you’ll like this one. Lawrence Person: The good thing about Iron Man 2 is that it isn’t any dumber than the original, which was, let’s face it, pretty dumb […]


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