by Jo Miles Jo Miles has a love/hate relationship with algorithms. They know they shape their everyday life in useful ways, but they also know
Mjke Wood can trace his interest in Analog back decades, to a 1960s childhood reading hardcover anthologies from the library. Here in the twenty-first century,
by Monica Joyce Evans “The Kindness of Jaguars” [in our November/December issue, on sale now!] addresses “the fallout from an unforgivable decision,” seen two ways.
Matt McHugh’s “No Stranger to Native Shores” [in our November/December issue, on sale now!] attempts to recreate the teenage thrill of first reading particular works
While he’s been publishing short fiction in Analog for a while now (and writing his whole life!) Jay Werkheiser makes his debut as a novelist
Not all disasters are sudden. Marissa Lingen’s “Quieter Songs Inland” [in our September/October issue, on sale now!] explores the disaster that moves slow as a