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... reprint from Omni) “The Fine Art of Politics” by Robin Wayne Bailey [Editor’s note: I have asked for this review to be split between two reviewers. Michelle Ristuccia reviews the first half of ...
2. The Adventure of the Incognita Countess by Cynthia Ward
(Print / Other/Novellas, Chapbooks, Misc.)
“The Adventure of the Incognita Countess”   by Cynthia Ward   (Aqueduct Press, January 2017, pb, 126 pp.)   Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia “The Adventure ...
3. Sci Phi Journal #21, January 2017
(E-Market / Monthly/Sci Phi Journal)
...  “The Unintended Consequences of Driverless Cars” by Charlie Fitch “Anticlimatic” by Arlan Andrews, Sr. “After Jerusalem” by MarkPatrick Lunch Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia “It's ...
4. Beneath Ceaseless Skies #217, January 19, 2017
(E-Market / Bi-Weekly/Beneath Ceaseless Skies)
Beneath Ceaseless Skies #217, January 19, 2017 “Proteus Lost” by Tony Pi “Requiem for the Unchained” by Cae Hawksmoor Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia In 1588 France, shapeshifter ...
... (JM), Michelle Ristuccia (MR), Chuck Rothman (CR), Seraph (S), Herbert Shaw (HS), Dave Truesdale (DT), Robert L Turner III (RLT3), Clancy Weeks (CW). I wish to thank the reviewers for the time and ...
6. InterGalactic Medicine Show #53, November 2016
(E-Market / Bi-Monthly/Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show)
... Michael Meyerhofer “It Becomes You” by Laura-Marie Steele “Why Death is Silent” by William Fischer Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia Lucas and Stella board a liner to London, ignoring ...
7. Flash Fiction Online #38, November 2016
(E-Market / Monthly/Flash Fiction Online)
... by Michelle Ristuccia “Perfectly Not Normal” by Alexis A. Hunter uses a bold second person perspective to tell the story of a human mother raising her child that she knows is an alien despite conventional ...
8. Beneath Ceaseless Skies #209, September 29, 2016
(E-Market / Bi-Weekly/Beneath Ceaseless Skies)
... Rose Lemberg “A Courtship of Beasts” by Michael Anthony Ashley Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia This double-issue for Beneath Ceaseless Skies' eighth anniversary brings us four tightly written ...
9. Lightspeed #76, September 2016
(E-Market / Monthly/Lightspeed)
... Tears” by Jaymee Goh Review by Michelle Ristuccia “The Lives of Riley” by Sean Williams is an SF flash following Riley and his illicitly created clones' multiple points of view as they run ...
10. Beneath Ceaseless Skies #206, August 18, 2016
(E-Market / Bi-Weekly/Beneath Ceaseless Skies)
Beneath Ceaseless Skies #206, August 18, 2016 “The Patchwork Procedure” by Claude Lalumière “What Pada-Sara Means to the Elephant” by Jeremy Sim Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia “The ...
11. Asimov's -- August 2016
(Print / Monthly/Asimov's)
... Mutants Men Don’t See” by James Alan Gardner “KIT: Some Assembly Required” by Kathe Koja and Carter Scholz “Kairos” by Sieren Damsgaard Ernst Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia In “Toppers” ...
12. InterGalactic Medicine Show #51, July/August 2016
(E-Market / Bi-Monthly/Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show)
...  Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia “The View from Driftwise Spindle” by Stewart C Baker follows a brother and sister as they help evacuate Earth from their position as powerful businessmen. The ...
13. Beneath Ceaseless Skies #202, June 23, 2016
(E-Market / Bi-Weekly/Beneath Ceaseless Skies)
Beneath Ceaseless Skies #202, June 23, 2016 “Mortal Eyes” by Ann Chatham “The Nature of Ghosts and the Fate of Shadows” by Luke Nolby Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia In “Mortal ...
14. Mothership Zeta #3, April 2016
(E-Market / Quarterly/Mothership Zeta)
... Khaw Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia Mothership Zeta #3 is a well-vetted collection of entertaining, trim stories with strong openings and strong characters, all told from first person perspective. ...
15. Sci Phi Journal #12, April 2016
(E-Market / Monthly/Sci Phi Journal)
... Nutt “The Button” by Jamie Wahls “House of Flies” by Russell Nichols “Failure to Thrive” by Tom Howard “Zee Warrior” by Mark Wolf Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia In “Be Careful ...
16. SQ Mag #25, March/April 2016
(E-Market / Bi-Monthly/SQ Mag)
... Sheldon “Occult.net” by Mike Resnick “A Hero for his People” by Jason Lairamore “Radar Love” by P. J. Keuning Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia “Thou Has by Moonlight at Her Window ...
17. Galaxy's Edge #19, March/April 2016
(E-Market / Bi-Monthly/Galaxy's Edge)
... Robert B. Finegold, M. D. Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia In “To Catch a Comet” by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley, a scientist's routine email communique starts the reader down a rabbit hole of red tape ...
18. Heroic Fantasy Quarterly #27, February 2016
(E-Market / Quarterly/Heroic Fantasy Quarterly)
Heroic Fantasy Quarterly #27, February 2016 “The Coin and the Mushroom” by Gerald Warfield “Four Against Olympus” by Matt Hlinak Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia In “The Coin and ...
19. Uncanny Magazine #8, January/February 2016
(E-Market / Bi-Monthly/Uncanny Magazine)
... Game” by Brit Mandelo “The Desert Glassmaker and the Jeweler of Berevyar” by Rose Lemberg Reviewed by Michelle Ristuccia This issue of Uncanny delivers riveting stories of the unexpected ...
... Magas (NM), Jason McGregor (JM), Charles Payseur (CP), Michelle Ristuccia (MR), Chuck Rothman (CR), Kris Rudin (KR), Herbert Shaw (HS), Douglas W. Texter (DWT), Dave Truesdale (DT), Robert L. Turner (RLT), ...
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