Clarkesworld Magazine, Issue 74

Clarkesworld Magazine Issue FICTION To See the Other Whole Against the Sky by E Catherine Tobler Aquatica by Maggie Clark Everything Must Go by Brooke WondersNON FICTION Foundation and Reality Asimov s Psychohistory and Its Real

  • Title: Clarkesworld Magazine, Issue 74
  • Author: Neil Clarke Maggie Clark Brooke Wonders E. Catherine Tobler Mark Cole Peter Hodges Lev A.C. Rosen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 425
  • Format: ebook
  • FICTION To See the Other Whole Against the Sky by E Catherine Tobler Aquatica by Maggie Clark Everything Must Go by Brooke WondersNON FICTION Foundation and Reality Asimov s Psychohistory and Its Real World Parallels by Mark Cole The Art of Brutal Prose An Interview with Mark Lawrence by Peter Hodges Another Word It Gets Better with SFF but SFF has to Get BettFICTION To See the Other Whole Against the Sky by E Catherine Tobler Aquatica by Maggie Clark Everything Must Go by Brooke WondersNON FICTION Foundation and Reality Asimov s Psychohistory and Its Real World Parallels by Mark Cole The Art of Brutal Prose An Interview with Mark Lawrence by Peter Hodges Another Word It Gets Better with SFF but SFF has to Get Better, too by Lev AC Rosen Editor s Desk I, Cyborg by Neil Clarke

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    1. '(To See the Other) Whole Against the Sky' by E. Catherine ToblerThe inevitable conclusion, after trying many permutations, is that loners are the best crews for spaceships travelling a long distance. Crews and even pairs kill each other in the end, the story explains, and so alone is the best way. This story is about one of those loners, on one of those ships -- I enjoyed it.'Aquatica' by Maggie ClarkA symbiotic relationship exists between the Hosts and smaller fish, who latch onto the Hosts to [...]

    2. I'll have to do this review in stages as I read. Have picked up a Clarkesworld submission, which I'll keep running for a while, to see whether I like the general style of the magazine (impossible to judge from just one issue).(To See the Other) Whole Against the Sky by E. Catherine Tobler First story is about space exploration having issues with the people on the ships murdering each other (or having sex and then murdering each other), meaning only loners are any use for space travel. Made me wo [...]

    3. Everything must go****Very beautiful tale about a house and the family living there, how the family desintegrates and the sadness and fear of loneliness of the house. Very touching, and excellent use of magical realism to highlight feeling rather than being quirky for quirkiness sake.To see the other (whole against the sky) *** interesting story on solitude/companionship, about the loner tripulants of cargo ships. Aquatica** Very odd story about reproduction in a coral reef. In high school I too [...]

    4. This issue storiesShort stories:(To See the Other) Whole Against the Sky by E. Catherine Tobler ****Aquatica by Maggie Clark **Everything Must Go by Brooke Wonders **1/2

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