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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

Zoran Zivkovic explores first contact in Arthur C. Clarke's "A Meeting with Medusa", Mario Milosevic shares his fascination with 2-D universes, Henry Wessells takes two science-fiction approaches to bicycles, plus reviews of new work by Gardner Dozois, Laurell K. Hamilton, Ramsey Campbell, Kathleen Ann Goonan and others (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Michael Andre-Driussi on dying earths, Brian Stableford on Sir Humphrey Davy's cosmic travels, an interview with Guy Gavriel Kay, and reviews of new work by Jack L. Chalker, Iain M. Banks, Jamil Nasir, Nancy Kress and others (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Gary Westfahl surveys our Martian parents; Paul Voermans midwifes the numinous in Paul McAuley's novels; Brian Stableford plumbs Steele's Oceanspace; Russell Blackford visits The Far Shore of Time; and David Mead dances with Maggy Thomas (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Damien Broderick on Rudy Rucker and the future of Transrealism; John Clute on Michael Bishop; Candas Jane Dorsey on Howard Waldrop; plus A User's Guide to Michael Swanwick (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Guy Gavriel Kay links Fantasy to History; Eugene Reynolds discusses the Datlow-Windling aesthetic; Joseph Milicia on Guy Kay's Mosaic; Brian Stableford sees La collection interdite; Michael Levy finds Charles de Lint's Heart; Paul Witcover on Thomas Sullivan; Candas Jane Dorsey on Cecilia Tan (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Brian Aldiss gets behind the movies, Samuel Delany says 'Stop defining SF!', Jack Williamson remembers the original Hugo, Damien Broderick gazes into Jamil Nasir, Michael Bishop waxes lyrical about David Lunde, and Greg Johnson scopes out the 2000 Nebulas (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Russell Blackford explores time travel, timescapes and Gregory Benford's Timescape, plus reviews of work by Kage Baker, Vernor Vinge, Pat Murphy, Michaela Roessner, Graham Joyce, Jeff VanderMeer, David Memmott, John Clute, and Jack McDevitt (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

John Clute on the different personalities of Moorcock's King of the City, Fiona Kelleghan on the comedy of incongruity in Paul Di Filippo's short fiction, plus gender resistance in the Tiptree Award anthology, and reviews of books by Nina Kiriki Hoffman, James Morrow, Orson Scott Card, Norman Spinrad, Greg Egan, Stephen Baxter, and C.J. Cherryh (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Special Avram Davidson Issue with excerpts from his travel memoir Dragons in the Trees and Hugh Leddy on Davidson's travels in British Honduras, plus reviews of works by Poul Anderson, Philip Wylie & Edwin Balmer, Richard Bowes, and Charles L. Harness (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Vella Munn explores the legacy of Homer Eon Flint, Ian Watson plumbs Stanley Kubrick, and David Ketterer surveys the critical work of Leslie Fiedler (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

L. Timmel Duchamp plays with alternate history in Karen Joy Fowler's "Game Night at the Fox and Goose", and Sylvia Kelso traces the return of the repressed through Marx, Hegel, Dumas, and modern fantasy (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

David Hartwell examines the Nowness of SF, Walter Minkel discusses Harry Potter mania, Henry Wessells explores the evolution of Don Webb's writings, and Richard Cohen musically reinvents 2001 (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Special Gene Wolfe Issue: Robert Borski examines the theme of paternity in Book of the New Sun, Paul Witcover retraces Wolfe's strange travels, and his On Blue's Waters and The Island of Doctor Death... are reviewed by Joan Gordon and Jenny Blackford (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Brian Stableford admires James White, Jack Williamson remembers Edmond Hamilton, and Alice Turner looks at the Little, Big roots of Crowley (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Wayne Daniels and David Swanger discuss hard character SF, and David Bratman evaluates Frank Peretti's debt to C.S. Lewis, plus reviews of Nancy Kress, Connie Willis, Terry Brooks, Charles Sheffield, Jeffrey Ford, Michael Cisco and others (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Steve Mohn exposes the Blair Witch forgery, Ian Watson reports from the London premiere of Eyes Wide Shut, and A. Iwanow appraises Kubrick's body of work (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Dunja Mohr continues her conversation with Suzy McKee Charnas, Joe Sanders joins in the game of hide and seek in Michael Bishop's No Enemy but Time, and Michael Andre-Driussi unearths the roots of John Crowley's AEgypt (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

A 1996 interview with Judith Merril, the first part of an interview with Suzy McKee Charnas, and reviews of Kit Reed, Neal Stephenson, Brian Aldiss and others (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Michael Andre-Driussi dissects John Crowley's Beasts, Alice K. Turner gazes into Crowley's The Deep, and Susan Palwick honours the animal in fantasy and science fiction (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

John Clute casts a cold eye over 33 years of Nebula Awards, Paul Witcover remarks upon Samuel R. Delany's The Einstein Intersection, Susan Palwick remembers a pulp artist, and Robert Borski considers the Mandragora in Wolfe's Citadel (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Ian Watson looks at SF, surrealism and shamanism, Alice K. Turner discusses Patricia McKillip, Augusto Uribe evaluates Enrique Gaspar's Anacronópete, and Damien Broderick reviews George Turner's critical reception in Australia (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Damien Broderick looks at Philip K. Dick and transrealism, and Ariel Haméon discusses whether success has spoiled K.W. Jeter, plus reviews of Haruki Murakami's The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Nancy Kress's Stinger, Wil McCarthy's Bloom, and Christopher Stasheff's The Warlock in Spite of Himself (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Judges' comments and shortlist for the 1998 James Tiptree Jr Award, and Robert Borski's search for maternal roots in Gene Wolfe's Book of the New Sun (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Brian Stableford digs up dust in Neil Gaiman's past, Rob Latham on Richard Calder's revolutionary constructs, and Gwyneth Jones on the Secret Feminist Cabal (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock

Paul Kincaid and Gwyneth Jones on Starlight 2, Brian Stableford on The Boss in the Wall, Michael Bishop on Ingenious Pain, and Earl Wells on Murray Leinster (A4, 24pp) N/A out of stock
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