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Asimov's February 2011
Sheila Williams tells us that all the iThings are from Asimov's I, Robot. I'm not so sure.
I didn't like a lot of the stories in this book, in fact, it's the last story, Paul McAuley's The Choice, that I really liked. In post-apocalypse, post-Flood, post-alien contact, two boys sail off to see one of the alien machines that's beached itself. Things change there and they both have to make a lot of choices that forever change their lives.
Williams talked about whether we can actually write beings that seem alien, Silverberg brings up rereading PKD, and Kelly gives us the news on the…
Here's the TOC, gifted by ISFDB: Introduction (The 1980 Annual World's Best SF) • (1980) • essay by Donald A. Wollheim The Way of Cross and…
I said his last book, Time Travelers Never Die, wasn't my favorite, so I was very happy when this book in the Alex Benedict series arrived. I…