F&SF, March 2008
The March 2008 issue of F&SF is now on sale. Also, on the F&SF website is this month’s bonus story, Tropical Nights at the Natatorium by Richard Paul Russo (reprinted from our September 2003 issue).
Here’s the table of contents:
- The Overseer – Albert E. Cowdrey
- The Boarder – Alexander Jablokov
- Rumple What? – Nancy Springer
- Exit Strategy – K. D. Wentworth
- The Second Descent – Richard Paul Russo
- A Ten-Pound Sack of Rice – Richard Mueller
- Books to Look For – Charles de Lint, covering The Sword-Edged Blonde, by Alex Bledsoe; Blood Bound, by Patricia Briggs; Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor; Shatterday, by Harlan Ellison.
- Musing on Books – Michelle West, covering The Secret of Crickley Hall, by James Herbert; Ilario: The Lion’s Eye: The First History Book One, by Mary Gentle; Ilario: The Stone Golem: The First History Book Two, by Mary Gentle; The Orphan’s Tales: In the Cities of Coin and Spice, by Catherynne M. Valente.
- Plumage from Pegasus: Two CC’s of Bestseller, STAT! – Paul Di Filippo
- Film: "No Gaydar Required" – Kathi Maio, covering The Martian Child.
- Science: Time for Some Change – Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty
- Curiosities – Bud Webster, covering Father of the Amazons, by Pete Lewis (1961).
- Bill Long
- Arthur Masear
- S. Harris
- Vincent Di Fate for "The Overseer"