Gregor Hartmann’s second story for Analog this year began with real-life mammoth-revival projects and grew from there. He stopped by to talk with us about
In a previous incarnation, Grey Rollins figures he was “the guy who told stories by the fire.” Luckily for us, in this incarnation, he prolifically
EM: This story actually came out of a few lingering ideas leftover from a previous story, wherein a character artist for a fictional Sanrio-esque company
A.P. Hawkins’ background in climate and ecology shines through in the environmental focus of “Winter’s Spring” [in our current issue, on sale now]. She stopped
Eric Del Carlo’s “Asleep Was the Ship” [in our current issue, on sale now] tells a tale of the far future, but historically, he’s found
Climate grief, the queerness of the Earth, and a little picture of a mushroom on some story dice—all these and more joined together in J.M.