Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
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Asimov's March 2011


This magazine had a lot about brains -- Williams talked about Neal Barnett, Jr., Patrick James Kelly talked about studies that show we change our brains when we spend a lot of time online, and Paul Di Filippo, in On Books, reviewed three NESFA books for bright lights Poul Anderson, James Blish, and Les del Rey.

Geoffery A. Landis had a very nice poem about the Spirit Rover.

I liked two stories:

"Clean" by John Kessel -- would you be willing to lose almost all your memories to get rid of Alzheimer's?

"Movement" by Nancy Fulda -- temporal autism; how many people will wait for your answer?
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