Asimov's Science Fiction, June 2015 (Asimov's Science Fiction, #473)

Sheila Williams Django Wexler Henry Lien M. Bennardo Sarah Pinsker Ray Nayler Indrapramit Das Indra Das

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Asimov's Science Fiction, June 2015 (Asimov's Science Fiction, #473) By Sheila Williams Django Wexler Henry Lien M. Bennardo Sarah Pinsker Ray Nayler Indrapramit Das Indra Das Asimov s Science Fiction June Asimov s Science Fiction CONTENTSNovelettes The End of the War by Django Wexler The Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society by Henry Lien Ghosts of the Savannah by M Bennardo Our Lady of the Open Road by Sarah PinskerShort Stories M

  • Title: Asimov's Science Fiction, June 2015 (Asimov's Science Fiction, #473)
  • Author: Sheila Williams Django Wexler Henry Lien M. Bennardo Sarah Pinsker Ray Nayler Indrapramit Das Indra Das
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  • Page: 329
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  • Asimov's Science Fiction, June 2015 (Asimov's Science Fiction, #473) By Sheila Williams Django Wexler Henry Lien M. Bennardo Sarah Pinsker Ray Nayler Indrapramit Das Indra Das CONTENTSNovelettes The End of the War by Django Wexler The Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society by Henry Lien Ghosts of the Savannah by M Bennardo Our Lady of the Open Road by Sarah PinskerShort Stories Mutability by Ray Nayler The Muses of Shuyedan 18 by Indrapramit DasPoetry Tourists from the Future by Bruce Boston 1,230 Grams of Einstein by Robert Frazier Love amCONTENTSNovelettes The End of the War by Django Wexler The Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society by Henry Lien Ghosts of the Savannah by M Bennardo Our Lady of the Open Road by Sarah PinskerShort Stories Mutability by Ray Nayler The Muses of Shuyedan 18 by Indrapramit DasPoetry Tourists from the Future by Bruce Boston 1,230 Grams of Einstein by Robert Frazier Love the Moon by Geoffrey A LandisDepartments Guest Editorial Teaching Science Fiction, or Where Do We Come From What Are We Where Are We Going by Kathleen Ann Goonan Reflections The World To End Last Month by Robert Silverberg On the Net The Optimist s Tale by James Patrick Kelly On Books by Peter Heck SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S StraussAsimov s Science Fiction, June 2015, Vol 39, No 6 Whole No 473 Sheila Williams, editorCover art by Mathias Rosenthal
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    One thought on “Asimov's Science Fiction, June 2015 (Asimov's Science Fiction, #473)

    1. Sara on said:

      This is one of the best issues of the magazine I ve read in years, both in the stories and the quality of the prose Henry Lien s story was the winning rose in a garden of delights Need a tool to battle genre snobs who like to use literary quality as a gate keeper You can smack them on the head with this, although it s light and probably won t hurt much But maybe, just maybe, they ll read it.

    2. J Northcutt on said:

      Good issue The Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society was a witty little short with a fun sense of humor The Muses of Shuyedan 18 was affecting, and Mutability put forward a neat concept in a quiet sort of way without coming right out and saying it.

    3. Haralambi Markov on said:

      I ve written this review with a few additions you can find atSF Signal NOTE I go deep into the stories, so you want to be surprised by the works, better not read The great strength of short fiction is its length a counterintuitive argument as it s often the matter of length that has people champion novels as the superior form and dismiss short fiction as thin and shallow But short fiction s power lies in the ability to compensate for its brevity and conjure a full world rich in possibility, emo [...]

    4. Jon on said:

      I just read the Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society by Henry Lien and have to say this is one ridiculously fun story with a bite too Henry is one of the few people that I see do clever ways in formatting of stories and that I actually feel like they re fresh and amusing, and they always fit the stories His character work is also superb as I don t think I ve seen close to the same voice twice This is probably my favorite so far I ve read of his and hope to see in future Asimov s

    5. G33z3r on said:

      Django Wexler s cover story, The End of the War , provides an exciting, high energy space story, full of tech and background were not actually meant to understand but which somehow glides past seamlessly in the story s momentum I wish one of the other stories had caught my interest half as much.

    6. Aaron Bellamy on said:

      One of the better issues I ve read in a while No bad stories, really only one story that didn t suit my taste, Our Lady of the Open Road by Sarah Pinsker Ghosts of the Savannah , Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society , and The End of the War were all solid and good stories Muses of Shuyedan 18 was great, poetic, topical, and touching, and Mutability is a best of year type story, simply amazing Wondering if maybe this issue was editing by someone else Kathleen Ann Goonan did fill in for Sheila William [...]

    7. Nathan on said:

      I feel like this is one of the issues that I ve enjoyed most in the past while First off, I really liked The End of the War It took a very interesting take on future warfare and made it very believable in its likeness to modern video games It was a neat idea The Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society was equal parts enjoyable and stressful It was very well written and absolutely believable in the ways that high society thinks I liked Ghosts of the Savannah, although I was a bit disappointed because I [...]

    8. Gary on said:

      Overall the fiction in this issue of Asimov s is a cut above, highlighted by two major standouts The first is an outstanding short story called Mutability by Ray Naylor, which imagines an unique but forehead slappingly obvious, in retrospect consequence of a future where people live unnaturally long lives The other one is the real five star winner in this issue Sarah Pinsker s novelette Our Lady of the Open Road about a crappy van driving, dumpster diving band fronted by a punk legend in a futur [...]

    9. Denise Barney on said:

      Another strong issue, featuring four novelettes The End of the War reminds me of the stories of the trench war in WWI, where the common soldiers from both sides interacted with each other and formed relationships based on their commonalities The Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society is a look at Newport Society early in the last century and the unintended consequences of one upmanship Ghosts of the Savannah is set in prehistory, but looks at loyalty, friendship, social obligation, and leadership Fina [...]

    10. Daniel on said:

      A really good, varied issue this month with multiple stories that stood out positively for me Wexler s The End of the War is a great offering of speculative space opera setting a large conflict within the isolated confines of people who spend long times in near isolation fighting over scavenge material from abandoned tech from the early days of a war that has gone on for far too long The story raises a lot of issues both large scale and personal and does so with compellingly fresh characters I f [...]

    11. Heather Pagano on said:

      The theme of this issue seemed to be relationships between females In some stories, such as The Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society, a conflict between two women made for engaging and absolutely fun SF In Ghosts of the Savannah a relationship between two women yielded a story I wouldn t normally describe as science fiction, but it made me curious about the changing definition of SF The female protagonist of Our Lady of the Open Road used encounters with two different women to better understand hers [...]

    12. Benn Allen on said:

      Not much really outstanding in this magazine Story highlights include Henry Lein s amusing The Ladies Aquatic Gardening Society , Indrapramit Das The Muses of Shuyedan 18 and Sarah Pinkser s Our Lady of the Open Road I also liked M Bernnardo s Ghosts of the Savannah , but I m not it s science fiction.

    13. Stephanie on said:

      Mutability , by Ray Naylor 4 stars Short story The Muses of Shuyedan 18 , by Idrapramit Das 3.5 stars Short story Our Lady of the Open Road, by Sarah Pinsker 4 stars Novelette.

    14. George Heintzelman on said:

      Solid issue I particularly liked The End of the War , by Django Wexler I m often a sucker for military SF and when it comes with some subversive twists, like this one, it s even better.

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