Analog Science Fiction and Fact November Analog Science Fiction and Fact November Volume CXXXIV No Trevor Quachri editorCover art by Joshua MeehanCONTENTNovella Flow by Arlan Andrews Sr Novelettes Persephone Descending by Derek Kun

  • Title: Analog Science Fiction and Fact, November 2014
  • Author: Trevor Quachri Robert R. Chase Derek Kunsken Ian Creasey Jay Werkheiser Bud Sparhawk V.G. Campen Auston Habershaw
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  • Analog Science Fiction and Fact, November 2014, Volume CXXXIV No 11Trevor Quachri, editorCover art by Joshua MeehanCONTENTNovella Flow by Arlan Andrews Sr.Novelettes Persephone Descending by Derek KunskenShort Stories Superior Sapience by Robert R Chase An Exercise in Motivation by Ian Creasey Habeas Corpus Callosum by Jay Werkheiser Conquest by Bud Sparhawk ElysiAnalog Science Fiction and Fact, November 2014, Volume CXXXIV No 11Trevor Quachri, editorCover art by Joshua MeehanCONTENTNovella Flow by Arlan Andrews Sr.Novelettes Persephone Descending by Derek KunskenShort Stories Superior Sapience by Robert R Chase An Exercise in Motivation by Ian Creasey Habeas Corpus Callosum by Jay Werkheiser Conquest by Bud Sparhawk Elysia Elysium by V G Campen Mercy, Killer by Auston HabershawPoetry Fieldnotes by Lola HaskinsScience Fact Predictable Futures Climate Fiction and Climate Fact by W.R.L AndereggDepartmentsGuest Editorial Living in Indignation by Richard A LovettAlternate View Inflation and the Swirls of Gravity by John G Cramer

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    1. 1) Persephone Descending". I thought it was a brilliant hard SF story, of a caliber that is difficult to find in these days. Persephone was the vegetation goddess, and the queen of the underworld, therefore the title is perfect for the female main character of this story. Combining Venus habitat science with Quebec history - how come I never thought of doing that before?! 4/5 stars2) "Superior Sapience", Robert Chase. It drew me in from the start. It's a gripping story about intelligence augment [...]

    2. A pretty good issue. Several nice stories."Persephone Descending" started things off with a nice space melodrama set on Venus, one of those survival stories, featuring some imaginative Venusian life forms as well."Superior Sapience" continued with the story of engineering superior intelligence, with a corporate twist."Mercy, Killer" was an engaging short story involving an AI murderer — of other AI's, a sort of why did he do that following breadcrumbs in the form of a 6th century Roman poet ph [...]

    3. Continuing the trend from last month's issue, this is yet another solid collection of stories and articles. Among this issue's highlights are "Persephone Descending", "Superior Sapience", "An Exercise In Motivation", "Elysia, Elysium" and "Mercy, Killer". Really, Arlan Andrews' "Flow" is the only disappointment this month. But it does have some interesting concept and Andrews did a nice job of world-building, so it's not a complete waste of time. Let's hope "Analog" can continue to put out stron [...]

    4. "Persephone Descending" by Derek Kunsken é um daqueles contos que não se percebe bem porque é que falha. Mas falha. Tem ingredientes interessantes. Num futuro onde até países do terceiro mundo estão a estabelecer lucrativas colónias no sistema solar a recém-independente nação do Quebec, num gesto grandiloquente, decide colonizar estabelecer colónias em Vénus. O conto tem um extraordinário sentido paisagístico, com descrições rigorosas e realistas mas de tirar o fôlego da paisage [...]

    5. Arlan Andrews' "Flow" was nominated for the Hugo Award for Best Novella (a story with a word count between 17,500 words and 40,000 words).  "Flow" was originally published in the November issue of Analog and has since been posted on Analog's site (here). This review is part of my effort to read and evaluate the 2015 Hugo nominees prior to the final vote later this year. I've previously reviewed "Totaled" by Kary English, and I'll post link other reviews as I write them."Flow" is an intriguing [...]

    6. 8 • Persephone Descending • 16 pages by Derek Kunsken Fair/Good. An exploration of Venus leads to a critical situation. There is a minor portion of the plot dealing with the Earth/colony relations, but mostly an adventure into Venus's atmosphere.29 • Superior Sapience • 11 pages by Robert R. Chase VG/Excellent. A company is using Autistic people to help predict business trends. Barrett is a supervisor, a glorified babysitter really. A worker relates her enigmatic dream to Barrett. He sta [...]

    7. 2015 Hugo Novella Nominee: "Flow" by Arlan Andrews, Sr. 24 pages.This is apparently the second in a series. It is clearly an excerpt from a longer work. There is definitely no resolution; it just stops with a literal cliffhanger.Using heavy exposition, particularly in the early going, this story tells of an alternate Earth where a Bronze Age aborigine travels to a 19th Century city as part of a trade expedition to deliver an iceberg from his northern mountain home via river. I kept waiting for s [...]

    8. "Flow" by Arlan Andrews, 3/5 stars, read 04/15/2015A young man lives an insulated life with his people in a dark, frigid land. When the opportunity arises to travel to see some of the outside world, Rist eagerly joins a group riding an iceberg to a warm climate with exotic people and strange customs.My problem with many short stories, including this one, is that they often seem less a complete tale than as an introduction to a novel. It took me some time to "bond" with Rist as a character, but b [...]

    9. This issue is notable above all for "Persephone Descending" by Derek Kunsken, one of the most enjoyable SF stories I've read in awhile. Mixing hard science with a simple compelling plot, a greatly rendered female character, and a cultural setting that attracted me, this was a gem. Otherwise in the issue, a pair of AI stories were good and "Elysia Elysium" I could relate to, already strongly disliking sunshine as I do now.

    10. 2015 Hugo Novella Nominee: Flow by Arlan Andrews, Sr. A story of a man traveling down a river, learning about new people and gods as he goes. He makes a brave decision to keep going forward rather than returning home. It held my interest; I wanted to know what he'd find at the bottom of the waterfall.

    11. So far I have read "Conquest" by Sparhawk which I thought was quite humorous. And read the novella "Flow" by Arlan Andrews Sr. who is a new author for me. I found it to be very good and will watch for another story set in that world.

    12. I enjoyed the Ian Creasey and Bud Sparhawk stories, but other than those this issue fell a bit shorter than usual.

    13. A good issue. I particularly enjoyed "Flow" by Arlan Andrews which follows on from a story from last year, and is set in an intriguing world.

    14. I read Flow by Arlan Andrew for being a Hugo nominee. Not bad, but is definitely part of a larger whole, so it didn't have much by way of wrap-up.

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