By Nick Wolven Author’s Note: This post discusses technical domains in which I am far from being an expert. Read at your own risk!
by Jerry Oltion The workshop I used to run and still occasionally attend (the Wordos in Eugene, Oregon) sometimes has a meeting with no stories
by Mary Turzillo If you are like me, every so often a book really ticks you off. So it was with Barry Schwartz’s The Paradox
Rich Larson dishes on in-the-works stories, teasing (to run the gamut) a Tomb Raider piece and a futuristic Beowulf. . . . ANALOG EDITORS:
by Brian Trent “An Incident on Ishtar” [March/April 2018 Analog, on sale now] is, on one hand, a tale of sinister espionage and political
You’ll notice Bruce McAllister appears in the current issue’s table of contents twice—with his poem “Engineered” and his story “Frog Happy.” Analog Associate Editor Emily