Wednesday, January 13, 2010

January 2010 IROSF

While the Internet Review Of Science Fiction suspends operations after 2010, it has two more issues to go, and January's has just gone live.

Publisher Blunt Jackson himself offers the editorial this time around, "Penultima Fermata," on the publication's past and present, as well as what lies in store ahead.

Also of particular interest, out of a particularly strong line-up of reviews:

* Robert Bee's lengthy review of The Best of Gene Wolfe (a truly comprehensive collection of the author's best-known short fiction).

* Corey Rixle on the EVEOnline MMORPG.

* T.S. Miller on slipstream-meets-mainstream in a review of Michael Chabon's anthology McSweeney's Enchanted Chamber of Astonishing Stories.

* And of course, Lois Tilton's short fiction round-up, beginning with lists of the year's best short fiction in fantasy and science fiction, before going on to discuss the current month's offerings.

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