Benjamin C. Kinney watched his wife leave on a simulated mission to Mars, and wouldn’t see her in-person again for a year. The experience, and
Often finding inspiration in science and each other’s ideas, Jay Werkheiser and Frank Wu are no strangers to Analog’s pages. Their new story “Communion” explores
by Christina De La Rocha For Christina De La Rocha, solarpunk isn’t merely a trend in science fiction. It’s a movement that can help imagine
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.