Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine 07 - Terri Sellen

Memo for New Flight Attendants by Tansy Rayner Roberts
* Life Wish by Robert Neilson
* Mainstreaming by Francis W. Porretto
* I Ain't Drunk, I'm Just Drinkin' by Mat Coward
* Colquitt's High-Energy Trousers by Steven Pirie
* Learned Instincts by Lyn Triffitt
* Binding Space and Time by Helen Kenyon
* Job 38:4 by Terri-Anne Smith
* You'll be Sorry by Mark Hodgetts
* Hyperscoop by André Oosterman
* Hassen's Final Days by Grant Watson
* Otherling by Juliet Marillier
* Pixie Dust by Darren Goossens

Poetry:
* Michael Lohr

Non-fiction:
* Interview with Mirando Otto by Danuta Shaw
* Reviews by Ian Nichols, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and Nigel Read
* Interview with Cecilia Dart-Thorton by Terri Sellen

The Dyson Sphere article is interesting, as is the interview with Miranda Otto.

Memo for New Flight Attendants by Tansy Rayner Roberts

Get 'em to do it right.

3 out of 5


Life Wish by Robert Neilson

A dead man fights to save a mission.

3 out of 5


Mainstreaming by Francis W. Porretto

A hero's life is fixed.

3 out of 5


I Ain't Drunk, I'm Just Drinkin' by Mat Coward

A potentially explosive relationship.

3 out of 5


Colquitt's High-Energy Trousers by Steven Pirie

Physics is sexy.

3 out of 5



Learned Instincts by Lyn Triffitt

Female reptilian aliens begin to deal with their repressive sexism.

3.5 out of 5



Binding Space and Time by Helen Kenyon

A slushpile sf story seems more real than it should.

3.5 out of 5


Job 38:4 by Terri-Anne Smith

Adam, the monitor of the solar system is overworked and needs an assistant.

3.5 out of 5


You'll be Sorry by Mark Hodgetts

A remarkable pupil gets back at a teacher.

3.5 out of 5


Hyperscoop by André Oosterman

Bussard ramjet. Big.

3.5 out of 5


Hassen's Final Days by Grant Watson

Where do imaginary friends go when you die?

3.5 out of 5


Otherling by Juliet Marillier

A singing fantasy.

2.5 out of 5


Pixie Dust by Darren Goossens

Pixie dust is addictive. Want to know how it is made?

3.5 out of 5




4 out of 5

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