Wednesday, January 10, 2007

IROSF: January 2007 Issue Is Up

January 2007 edition of the Internet Review of Science Fiction

A few of this edition's contents are:
The Garden in the Machine: Utopias and Dystopias of Cyberspace
by Ruth Nestvold & Jay Lake

Gilligan's Island Earth
by Daniel M. Kimmel

Lament of a Sci-Fi Poet
by Michael Bishop
"A short personal history of one of the most difficult callings on earth."

Twiki Love and Space Rock: Ruminations on The Worst SF TV Episode Ever
by William I. Lengeman III


Articles of criticism this issue:

Philip K. Dick's Valis: A Critique and Demystification
by Scott Lawson
A serious examination of Valis as social criticism.

We, In Some Strange Genre's Employ: Inner Space, Outer Space,
Patterns and Signifiers in Samuel Delany's Science Fiction Short Stories
by Robert Bee


The issue includes reviews, as follows:
Strange Robby by Selina Rosen
by Dotar Sojat
An empathic cop tracks a vigilante killer...from a distance.

Nothing is Inflammable by Simon Logan
by Jason Erik Lundberg
Second Generation Industrial Fiction

Short Fiction: November - December
by Lois Tilton
The final stories of 2006 and the first of the new year.

Glasshouse by Charles Stross
by Karen Burnham
Stross turns his wild imagination to new sci-fi themes.

Seven Touches of Music by Zoran Zivkovic
by Ian McHugh
Literary fantasy from Serbia

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