by Alec Nevala-Lee Although he has published 14 stories in Analog, Alec Nevala-Lee feels like his latest novella is his true debut, because it is
The Economic Hypothesis of “Direct Message”
by Tom Pike Tom Pike believes the social sciences should provide just as much SF inspiration as technology. His latest story, “Direct Message,” seeks to
Q&A With Lorraine Alden
Lorraine Alden is a former economics professor who spent years teaching in West Africa as a Peace Corps worker. Here she discusses her research background,
Q&A With C.L. Schacht
Many of our writers have interesting day jobs, but perhaps none as many as C.L. Schacht. Read about his unique past along with his latest
Where Did the Dinosaur Veterinarian Come From?
by Guy Stewart Author Guy Stewart recounts his publishing history with Analog, and discusses his wide-ranging historical interests, from Korea to eugenics, that inform his
What if the World Was Literally a Stage?
Kedrick Brown of the “The Actor,” his latest short story from our [November/December issue, on sale now!], discusses the inspirations behind his latest piece, ranging