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The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, September/October 2019 (F&SF, #745)

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THE MAGAZINE OF
FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION
September/October • 70th Year of Publication

NOVELETS

THE WHITE CAT’S DIVORCE -6- Kelly Link
AMERICAN GOLD MINE -30- Paolo Bacigalupi
KABUL -98- Michael Moorcock
ERASE, ERASE, ERASE -175- Elizabeth Bear

SHORT STORIES

LITTLE INN ON THE JIANGHU -56 -Y. M. Pang
UNDER THE HILL -138 -Maureen McHugh
MADNESS AFOOT -151 -Amanda Hollander
THE LIGHT
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Kindle Edition, 258 pages
Published September 1st 2019 by Spilogale, Inc.
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I especially likes the humorous stories...

"Booksavr" by Ken Liu
A terrific short story, written as series of comments on the internet, that's both wickedly funy and thought-provoking. Consider an eReader plug-in, Booksavr, that automatically re-writes works to be less problematic to the reader's sensibilities. *****

"Madness Afoot" by Amanda Hollander
Quite funny alternate-PoV epistolary re-telling of Cinderella fairy tale, from PoV of Prince's sister, who points out how mad the whole notion is. Al
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Aug 31, 2019 is currently reading it
- “The White Cat’s Divorce” by Kelly Link: a contemporary setting for a fairy-tale like story of a elderly rich man who sets out three tasks for his three sons to see who would inherit his fortune. The youngest (it's always the youngest in fairy tales) encounters an unusual cat who helps him with the first two tasks. The third one, however, would involve the cat in an unusual situation with the old man himself.

- “American Gold Mine” by Paolo Bacigalupi: a tale of destruction and chaos that occur
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Sep 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
The stories by Swanwick and Dozois made this issue great
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Sep 17, 2019 rated it it was ok
Rating the stories in this issue:

A (excellent):

Three Score & Ten (non-fiction) by Robert Silverberg

B (very good):

Under the Hill by Maureen McHugh
Madness Afoot by Amanda Hollander
Ghost Ships by Michael Swanwick
Homecoming by Gardner Dozois

C (average):

American Gold Mine by Paolo Baciagalupi
Kabul by Michael Moorcock
The Wrong Badger by Esther Friesner

D (poor):

The White Cat's Divorce by Kelly Link
Erase, Erase, Erase by Elizabeth Bear
Little Inn on the Jianghu by Y.M. Pang
The Light on Eldoreth by Ni
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Editor: The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (fandsf.com).

Author: The Prodigal Troll, the Traitor to the Crown Series, and Wild Things, and dozens of short stories.

Awards: nominated for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer (2003), the Hugo Award (2003, 2009), the Locus Award for Best Magazine (2016), the Nebula Award (2003, 2009), the Sidewise Award (2003) Sturgeon Award (2009)
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