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New York Review of Science Fiction

Subject: Science Fiction / Reviews & Criticism
Category: Magazine
Country of Origin: USA

Engaging and provocative essays, thoughtful and informed reviews, and topical comment for the SF field.

    Twenty-one time Hugo Award nominee!
    Remains by far the most reliably published and probably the most interesting and accessible of the more scholarly oriented 'criticalzines'
    Gardner Dozois, Year's Best SF
    A literate review of the sf field, with a good mix of critical reviews, commentary, articles ... The reviews are long, discerning, and written by well-known figures in the field ... For any library that supports an active science fiction readership, The New York Review of Science Fiction is a 'best buy.'
    Library Journal

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#176 to current | #151 to #175 | #126 to #150

Michael Andre-Driussi on the ecology of wild cars, Henry Wessells on Port of Call, Damien Broderick on Three in Space, Brian Stableford on Deepdrive, and Russell Blackford on The Nano Flower (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Paul Witcover dances with Moorcock (and Don Webb gets his mojo working on the Man), James Tiptree Jr writes about herself, Ray Davis and Jonathan Lethem fight the good fight, Damien Broderick's collage on Wolfe's Delage, and Gwyneth Jones is enamoured of Innamorati – good fun, great sex, delicious food! (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Brian Aldiss on H.G. Wells, Sylvia Kelso on Lois McMaster Bujold, David Langford on Harry Turtledove, Gwyneth Jones on the personality anthology, and Ray Davis on Jonathan Lethem (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Sylvia Kelso explores Miles Vorkosigan and the coded feminine, and Rob Latham and Brian Stableford peruse the latest Year's Bests (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Brian Stableford on un-American fantasy, David Pringle's new scientific romance, Gregory Benford on Thomas Disch and the future of SF, Earl Wells on Slan, Dan'l Danehy-Oakes on Kage Baker's past, Leland Neville on Severna Park's episodes, and Lawrence Person on Free Space (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Tenth anniversary issue in which Chip Delany takes on the system; more than you ever wanted to know about the NYRSF staff in a special self-indulgent nostalgia bash: dysfunctional apartments, errant mushrooms, monolithic aesthetics, gossip, and the magic of Pop-Tarts (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Pain and memory in the art of John Crowley, Gwyneth Jones on tribal utopias, Jack Dann hears The Silent and John Clute reviews it, Leland Neville reads Bernard Werber's Empire of the Ants, Brian Stableford sums up Nebula Awards 32, Joe Sanders on pain and relationships in Michael Bishop's Unicorn Mountain, plus Anti-Anti-Modernism, Raves, Rants, and glowing praise for the art of bibliography (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

David Langford explores Diana Wynne-Jones's Deep Secret, Brian Stableford looks at the relative hardness of Benford's Cosm and Flynn's Rogue Star, and Arthur D. Hlavaty sees Dean Koontz as hometown boy made good (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Fritz Leiber's early reading habits, Kim Stanley Robinson's music while he writes, and Paul Park's The Gospel of Corax (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Michael Swanwich finds the lost Avram Davidson and Barton Paul Levenson defines the ideology of Robert A. Heinlein (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Brian Stableford looks at the past and future of speculative fiction in Europe and America, and Brian Evenson explains what magic realism really means (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Avram Davidson - why me, God?, Damien Broderick on Mary Doria Russell's bleak antiphony - The Sparrow, Bill Sheehan's 'Slant' on Greg Bear, Gary Reger on Moore's classic Jubilee, plus 1897's Other Vampire Novel (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Michael Andre-Driussi channels his footnotes, Rudy Rucker keeps the beat - Holy Gibson! Holy Sterling! Holy Shirley!, Michael Swanwick - C Jane, C Jane Run, Kit Reed's intro to Weird Women, David Griffin anatomizes Best New Horror, Earl Ingersoll on the three Beggars, plus Arnason's sieve, Drake on some astounding steals, a letter from LeGuin, evangelical druids, and Twinkie the Bat... (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Bill Sheehan buries himself in Don DeLillo's Underworld, Henry Wessells on Joyce Carol Oates on H.P. Lovecraft, Michael Levy gets down under with Australia's Year's Best, Don Webb takes on Alternate Tyrants, plus George Turner's first time--in print... (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Fritz Leiber's novel opening, Chip Delany remembers Judith Merril's best, Bill Sheehan on Dozois's Year's Best, Joan Gordon gets coy with Sheri S. Tepper, Michael M. Levy on Sargent's Nebula Annual, Lisa Padol compares the Grails, and Rob Latham scans the 20th Century (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Fiona Kelleghan on screwball strategies, Brian Stableford on a question of size, Rob Latham does Ballard's Cocaine Nights, Joe Sanders on Bears and Necronauts, Nancy Lambert searches for The Truth Machine, plus reviews of Murphy's Nadya, Antieau's The Gaia Websters, Brust & Bull's Freedom & Necessity, and Fabi's Wyrm, together with "Flights to the mushroom planet no more": Michael Andre-Driussi performs the autopsy on SF (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Joe Sanders's revisionist Michael Bishop, Rob Latham on a revisionist Frankenstein, an alternate history of Alternate Fiction: the revised story by E.B. Johnson, plus reviews of K.W. Jeter, Rachel Pollack, Ian R. MacLeod, Robert Silverberg, Greg Egan, Louise Marley, Walter M. Miller Jr., and more, together with the confessions of Michael Swanwick (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Avram Davidson and P.K. Dick doubt each other's reality, Kornbluth defines brains 50s-style, Tom Brennan on Eleanor Arnason's conscious space opera, plus reviews of Tim Powers's Earthquake Weather, Charles Sheffield's Tomorrow and Tomorrow, Michael Marshall Smith's Spares, and Linda Nagata's Deception Well (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

David G. Hartwell, Grania Davis, Paul Williams, David Bratman: "Obscure Dick: A Panel Discussion, L.A.con III 1996"; "The Sixth Annual James Tiptree, Jr. Awards Annotated List"; Robert J. Sawyer's Starplex, reviewed by Michael M. Levy; John Kessel's Corrupting Dr. Nice, reviewed by Bill Sheehan, and more (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Bruce Byfield, "Fafhrd and the Scot" (Fritz Leiber's letters to Franklin McKnight); Judith Clute and Ellen R. Weil: "Joe Haldeman's For White Hill: A Dual Perspective"; F. Brett Cox: "Other Consuming Artifacts: The Cautionary Tales of John Kessel"; Gene Wolfe's Exodus from the Long Sun, reviewed by John Clute, Ian McDowell's Mordred's Curse, reviewed by Stephanie E. Smith, Stephen Baxter's Ring, reviewed by Philip E. Smith; and more (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Fritz Leiber, "The Tale of the Grain Ships: A Fragment" (first publication of an unfinished Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser story); Howard Hendrix, "The Literary Establishment vs. the Culture Industry"; C. M. Kornbluth's His Share of Glory, reviewed by Mark Rich; two John Shirley books, reviewed by Joe Sanders; Connie Willis's Bellwether, reviewed by Arthur Byron Cover; and more (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Bruce Byfield, "Fafhrd and Fritz"; "'Who Killed Science Fiction?': A Spectrum of Responses"; Jan Berrien Berends, "The Politics of Neal Stephenson's The Diamond Age"; Haruki Murakami's Dance, Dance, Dance, reviewed by Paul Preuss; Fritz Leiber's The Dealings of Daniel Kesserich, reviewed by Joe Milicia; Damien Broderick's The White Abacus, reviewed by Gwyneth Jones, and more (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Rob Latham, "The Modern World is an Enormous Fiction: J. G. Ballard and the Millennium"; Virginia Wolf, "'The Kin-dom of God' in Joan Slonczewski's Novels"; Nicola Griffith's Slow River, reviewed by Stephanie Smith; James Morrow's Blameless in Abaddon, reviewed by Bill Sheehan; James Morrow's Bible Stories for Adults, reviewed by F. Brett Cox; Bruce Sterling's Holy Fire, reviewed by Ariel Haméon; and more (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Michael Swanwick, "Growing Up in the Future"; Damon Knight, "Notebooks"; Eliot Fintushel, "Notes on Science Fiction, Fantasy, and the Lazzo of Stage Reality"; John Adams, "Outer Space and the New World in the Imagination of Eighteenth-Century Europeans"; Uncle River's Thunder Mountain, reviewed by Don Webb; and more (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Sandra J. Lindow, "Ursula K. Le Guin's Earthsea: Rescuing the Damaged Child"; Jeff VanderMeer, "The Curious Rooms of Angela Carter"; James Bradley, "A Slippery, Ripperty Thing: Empire and Culture in Peter Carey's Tristan Smith"; Joan Aiken's The Cockatrice Boys, reviewed by Gwyneth Jones; Starlight I, edited by Patrick Nielsen Hayden, reviewed by Michael M. Levy; and more (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock
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