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Analog Science Fiction and Fact, September/October 2019

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8 • The Gorilla in a Tutu Principle or, Pecan Pie at Minnie and Earl's • 28 pages by Adam-Troy Castro
44 • Awakening in the Anteroom of Heaven • 11 pages by Brenda Kalt
55 • On Her Shoulders • 11 pages by Martin L. Shoemaker
66 • Paradise Unbound • 11 pages by Edward M. Lerner
77 • The Swarm • 2 pages by Mario Milosevic
84 • The Annual Argument at the de-Extinction Board
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Paperback, 208 pages
Published 2019 by Dell Magazines
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"The Gorilla In A Tutu Principle Or, Pecan Pie At Minnie And Earl’s" by Adam-Troy Castro
It's been a decade since Castro wrote a "Minnie & Earl's" story, a fantasy/scifi concoction on the moon. In this version, we learn about Laurel & Hardy on the moon. Strange, whimsical shaggy dog story that's mildly amusing. I'm old enough to remember Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy, but I wonder if 70+ year old fossils are Analog's key demographic now. :) ***1/2*

"From So Complex A Beginning" by Julie
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Aug 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
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8 • The Gorilla in a Tutu Principle or, Pecan Pie at Minnie and Earl's • 28 pages by Adam-Troy Castro
VG/Good. While fixing a damaged camera Ben Turbin spots a fat man and skinny man carrying a big crate up a steep hill for no good reason. Of course there is no proof, but he knows what he saw. When it happens a second time he has his camera with him, but again gets nothing. It seemed to me these characters were doing some slapstick. Then I got that it was a particular set of characters. Ben
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D Dyer
Oct 12, 2019 rated it liked it
This was a solid issue with a few stand out stories. Personal favorites included “ conventional Powers” because superheroes and cosplayers “ A square of flesh, a cube of steel” which moving the explored gender, sexual identity and family dynamics, “ Waters of a new world” which featured a group of women facing the possibility that they will fail to save humanity and “ molecular rage” who’s protagonist surprised me by how much he grew on me.
Ivo
Sep 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
Както винаги списание Аналог е на висота !!!
Paul
Sep 06, 2019 rated it it was ok
Rating the stories in this issue:

A (excellent):

On Her Shoulders by Martin L. Shoemaker
Personalized People by Norman Spinrad
Editorial: More Than One Way to Skin a Starship by Allen M. Steele

B (very good):

The Singing City by Michael F. Flynn
The Gorilla in a Tutu Principle, or Pecan Pie at Minnie & Earl's by Adam-Troy Castro
Paradise Unbound by Edward M. Lerner
The Annual Argument at the De-extinction Board Meeting by Antha Ann Adkins
I Dreamed you were a Spaceship by Ron Collins

C (average):

Road
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Karl
Oct 27, 2019 rated it really liked it
"The Gorilla in a Tutu Principle..." by Adam-Troy Castro 4 stars
"Awakening in the Anteroom of Heaven" by Brenda Kalt 3 stars
"On Her Shoulders" by Martin L. Shoemaker 3 stars
"Paradise Unbound" by Edward M. Lerner 4 stars
"The Swarm" by Mario Milosevic 3 stars
"The Annual Argument at the de-Extinction Board Meeting" by Antha Ann Adkins 2 1/2 stars
"Personalized People" by Norman Spinrad 3 stars
"The Waters of a New World" by Jennifer R. Povey 3 1/2 stars
"News from an Alien World" by Sean Vivier 2 1/2
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Kristin
Oct 23, 2019 rated it liked it
The story of how I came to be reading an issue of Analog goes back to an approaching tropical storm and my fears of how I would amuse myself if the power went out. Since most of my reading happens on my iPad, I didn't want to worry about having to ration my remaining battery, unsure when I would be able to plug it in again to recharge. In the end, the storm blew past and didn't cause much trouble at all: no power outages where we were.

I enjoyed this. There were some fun stories and… the factual
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