The Magazine and Website of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Field

Locus Online
Sub Menu contents

Recent Posts





Archive for November, 2010

Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction, late November

The usual end-of-the-month roundup of the usual ezines. Publications Reviewed Fantasy Magazine, November 2010 Lightspeed, November 2010 Strange Horizons, November 2010 Beneath Ceaseless Skies, November 2010, November 2010 Subterranean, Fall 2010 Fantasy Magazine, November 2010 The overall tint of this month’s stories is dark. “Mademoiselle and the Chevalier” by Mari Ness Fantasy of manners. […]

Gary K. Wolfe reviews Greg Bear

Toward the end of Greg Bear’s rather grim new hard-SF novel Hull Zero Three, there’s a brief memory-idyll in which the narrator, known only as Teacher (though at one point he’s told his name is Sanjay) recalls sitting with his beloved in an almost Disney-like forest glade surrounded by deer, bears, squirrels, and rainbow-colored fish […]

Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction, mid-November

A couple of print anthologies and a standalone novella, all from sources less frequently seen. Publications Reviewed Postscripts 22/23: The Company He Keeps , edited by Peter Crowther and Nick Gevers Godlike Machines, edited by Jonathan Strahan Kentauros , by Gregory Feeley Postscripts 22/23: The Company He Keeps, edited by Peter Crowther and Nick Gevers […]

Howard Waldrop & Lawrence Person review Skyline

Both: Wouldn’t it be swell if there was a first-rate alien invasion movie in theaters for you to watch? Fortunately, there is. It’s called Monsters. You should go see it if it’s playing at a theater near you. Unfortunately, we’re here to talk about Skyline, which isn’t. We have a slightly split opinion. Howard only […]

Tim Pratt reviews James Enge

The Wolf Age is the third book in James Enge’s inventive and delightful sword and sorcery series following the adventures and misfortunes of larger-than-life hero Morlock Ambrosius. The novel stands alone quite well, though – in fact, I read this volume first, and promptly tracked down the earlier titles, Blood of Ambrose and This Crooked […]

Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction, early November

Already it’s the new magazine year, and it begins with the letter A. But first, I have Something To Say. Publications Reviewed Apex Magazine, November 2010 Analog, January/February 2011 Asimov’s, January 2011 Clarkesworld #50, November 2010 Shimmer #12, October 2010 Apex Magazine, November 2010 Recently there has been a plague of bigoted and ignorant pronouncements […]

Howard Waldrop & Lawrence Person review Monsters

Both: At last, Locus has sent us to see a swell movie. Advanced word was that this was this year’s District 9. But Monsters kicks District 9‘s ass. The setup is just as intriguing, the characters are a lot more interesting, and the script is easily ten times smarter. Lawrence Person: Monsters is an extended […]

© 2012-2015 by Locus Publications. All rights reserved. Powered by WordPress, modified from a theme design by Lorem Ipsum