The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, November/December 2017

C.C. Finlay Kate Wilhelm Nick Wolven Meg Elison John W. Sexton Marc Laidlaw Larry Niven J. R. Dawson

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The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, November/December 2017

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  • Title: The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, November/December 2017
  • Author: C.C. Finlay Kate Wilhelm Nick Wolven Meg Elison John W. Sexton Marc Laidlaw Larry Niven J. R. Dawson
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  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction, November December 2017 C.C Finlay EditorVolume 133, Number 56, Whole Number 734Contents Kate Wilhelm AttachmentsNick Wolven CarboMeg Elison Big GirlJohn W Sexton Down at the Goblin BoutiqueCharles de Lint Books to Look ForMichelle West Musing on BooksMarc Laidlaw StillborneLarry Niven By the Red GianThe Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction, November December 2017 C.C Finlay EditorVolume 133, Number 56, Whole Number 734Contents Kate Wilhelm AttachmentsNick Wolven CarboMeg Elison Big GirlJohn W Sexton Down at the Goblin BoutiqueCharles de Lint Books to Look ForMichelle West Musing on BooksMarc Laidlaw StillborneLarry Niven By the Red Giant s LightJ R Dawson Marley and MarleyPat Murphy Paul Doherty Science The Science of InvisibilityDavid J Skal Films It s a WrapR S Benedict Water God s DogIngrid Garcia Racing the Rings of SaturnDavid Erik Nelson Whatever Comes After CalcuttaDavid Langford CuriositiesCover by Kent Bash for Attachments

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    One thought on “The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, November/December 2017

    1. G33z3r on said:

      Nice issue." Attachments" by Kate WilhelmA ghost story from Kate Wilhelm, as the protagonist gets stuck with a haunting. I'm not usually into ghost stories, but this one has a logic to it I kind of enjoyed. ****"Carbo by Nick WolvenA guy whose college buddy "upgraded" his car's AI tries to live with a smart car that's more boldly fun-loving and horny than he is. Wolven has been funnier. ***1/2*"By the Red Giant's Light" by Larry NivenOh, goodie, a Niven story! On a far future Pluto, a lone human [...]

    2. Basia on said:

      C.C. Finlay liked my review!!!This magazine has never disappointed. I always find a few gems therein. This one had a story by Meg Elison inside. Wonderful. Perhaps in the top 3 of the year’s issues.

    3. Standback on said:

      A variety of really powerful stories -- and, as always, something for everybody. I think this is the strongest issue of F&SF this year.My standout stories:Water God's Dog, by R.S. Benedict. A hard-hitting story of a world that lives at the mercy of its remote water god. The god is ostensibly benevolent, but the story makes clear how precarious is the charity of those who have amassed power. The story works beautifully on both levels; as a self-contained story, and as a mirror of late-stage c [...]

    4. Renee Babcock on said:

      Stand out stories for me were Stillborne by Marc Laidlaw, By the Giant's Red Light by Larry Niven and Water God's Dog by R. S. Benedict. A solid issue. The Laidlaw has characters from several other stories but I didn't feel I missed anything not having familiarity with the earlier stories. It started out a little slow for me and I thought it was going to be a particular kind of story. But it ended up being something very different and I ended up loving it way more than I thought I would.This is [...]

    5. Soh Kam Yung on said:

      An above average issue, with a ghostly theme running through it with various ghosts in various forms featured in some of the stories. Kate Wilhelm's ghost story is the strongest with a test of wills between ghosts and the living. Marc Laidlaw's story is another good one, while the tale by J. R. Dawson features a metaphorical ghost from the future, or perhaps the past, depending on your time point of view. - "Attachments" by Kate Wilhelm: an interesting story about ghosts who are cursed to be att [...]

    6. J L on said:

      Full disclosure: The joke I submitted about the Matrix was published in this issue.With that said every story was solidly entertaining.

    7. Mary Soon Lee on said:

      The stories in this issue of F&SF range from time travel, to ghosts, to a clever extrapolation of the sleazy side of self-driving cars, to a space race round one of Saturn's rings. I liked all three of the short stories, liked Marc Laidlaw's novella "Stillborne" better, and liked R. S. Benedict's unusual, beautifully-written novelette "Water God's Dog" most of all. Benedict's tale reminds me that is long, long overdue that I read the "Epic of Gilgamesh." Not that "Water God's Dog" features G [...]

    8. John Loyd on said:

      8 • Attachments • 27 pages by Kate Wilhelm Excellent/VG. Drew visits ruins in England and two ghosts attach themselves to her. They draw energy from her making her feel as if she is going to die. That's not what they want. They have unfinished business. 35 • Carbo • 31 pages by Nick Wolven Very Good. Jim gets a car when he's in high school. At the start of a road trip while in college a friend plays with Carbo's programming which leaves Carbo with some quirks. The adaptive programming in [...]

    9. Leroy Erickson on said:

      This issue had three very good stories and one not so good story, and the rest were better than average.Kate Wilhelm - Attachments - 4 stars - An unusual ghost story, well written, a fairly unique idea.Nick Wolven - Carbo - 5 stars - Beware of self-driving, intelligent cars. Ya know, that virus that infected your PC? Well Meg Elison - Big Girl - 5 stars - A girl suddenly grows gigantic, I mean really gigantic! How does society respond? And then what happens when she starts shrinking?Marc Laidlaw [...]

    10. Michael Frasca on said:

      My favorite stories:- Marc Laidlaw - Stillborne- J. R. Dawson - Marley and Marley (I will nominate for Hugo)- David Erik Nelson - Whatever Comes After Calcutta (another one I will nominate)

    11. Shona Kinsella on said:

      Excellent as always. I especially enjoyed Stillborne and Water God’s Dog.

    12. Emmett Hoops on said:

      This was a good issue, but with only two stories that I can recall easily: Carbo and Attachments. The novella was a big fantasy piece, and I'm not a big fan of wizards and such. But it's a good fantasy novella. All in all, certainly worth reading.

    13. Rachel on said:

      My favorites in this issue were all by women: heartbreaker / head-scratcher "Big Girl" by Meg ElisonSPEED-RACER STAR WARS NASCAR ON SATURN"Racing the Rings of Saturn" by Ingrid Garciatime travel foster care flip-flop personas "Marley and Marley" by J.R. DawsonI also mostly loved David Erik Nelson's "Whatever Comes After Calcutta" mostly for the body horror and MAGA witch hunt.

    14. Deborah Replogle on said:

      As always, the first thing I read when it becomes available. Love this magazine forever.

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