Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Mundanespotting Asimov's April/May 2011

Posted by frankh at 10:48 AM
Here's a double issue of Asimovs, featuring 11 stories.

1) "The Day the Wires Came Down" by Alexander Jablokov -- counterfactual boredom
[10 more to go, but I've abandoned the issue (though I might have finished it, don't remember), sorry]

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3 Comments:

Blogger rahkan said...

I'm slightly confused by the format of "Mundanespotting". Are you spotting only mundane stories? Or only nonmundane stories? Or all stories?

3/30/2011 03:13:00 PM  
Blogger frankh said...

I'm trying to spot the mundane sf stories amongst everything else in magazines, and bypass or mock the rest. Look out for the boldface, and one day I will write a mundanespotting manifesto.

5/03/2011 03:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Far as I know, scientific realism or naturalism in science fiction is counterfactual. Science fiction involving realistic characters, conflict, and resolution is counterfactual. Is there any? If so, I'd love to hear about it.
--Bob Porter
bearleyport@hotmail.com

8/23/2011 01:08:00 PM  

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