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Adam-Troy Castro is back in our May issue with “Among the Tchi,” a sneaky bit of satire that I suspect will ring a bell with lots of readers. It has a great variety of company, with stories by Tom Ligon, Alexis Glynn Latner, Robert R. Chase, Shane Tourtellotte, and Steven Gould featuring an invigorating mix of adventure, alien worlds, and a touch of romance, among other things—always including, above all, imagination and thought-provoking entertainment.

Richard A. Lovett’s science fact article has a very long title, beginning with “Geology, Geohistory, and ‘Psychohistory,’” but the essence of it is the perennial debate between “uniformitarians” and “catastrophists”: scholars who see history in terms of broad, long-term trends and those who see it in terms of sudden pivotal events. As usual, such a dichotomy is an oversimplification, and the truth is more like this. . . .


Nebula Nominees
Best Novelette: Quaestiones Super Caelo et Mundo by Michael F. Flynn
Best Short Story:
The Astronaut by Brian Plante

Among the Tchi
By Adam-Troy Castro

Obviously, this story could only take place
on a very alien world. . . .


The Alternate View
by John G. Cramer
Radioactive Decay and the Earth-Sun Distance

The Reference Library
by Don D'Ammassa
Reviews of books by
Paul J. McAuley, Michael Flynn, Arthur C. Clarke and Fredrik Pohl, among others.

Upcoming Events
by Anthony Lewis
Every month, Anthony keeps you up to date on what's going on in the world of science fiction.

The Science Behind the Story: Cavernauts
by David Bartell

The Science Behind the Story: InterstellarNet
by Edward M. Lerner

The Science Behind the Story: Kremer's Limit
by C. Sanford Lowe & G. David Nordley

The Science Behind the Story: The Teller of Time
by Carl Frederick

The Science Behind the Story: Sun of Suns
by Karl Schroeder

The Science Behind the Story: The Science of Old Earth
by Stephen Baxter

The Science Behind the Story: Lighthouse
by Michael Shara

The Science Behind the Story: The Skeekit-Woogle Test
by Carl Frederick

The Science Behind the Story: The Speed of Understanding
by Susan Urbanek Linville

The Science Behind the Story
by Carl Frederick

Analog Story Wins Highest Japanese SF Award

Arthur C. Clarke Obituary

Paul Levinson interviews Stanley Schmidt

Jayge Carr Obituary





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Novelettes
Among the Tchi
by Adam-Troy Castro

Quickfeathers
by Alexis Glynn Latner

Rendezvous at Angels Thirty
by Tom Ligon

The Sleeping Beauties
by Robert R. Chase

Short Stories
A Measure of Devotion
by Shane Tourtellotte

A Story, with Beans
by Steven Gould

The Brother on the Shelf
by Philip Edward Kaldon


Science Fact
Geology, Geohistory, and "Psychohistory":
The (Continuing) Debate Between Uniformitarians and Catastrophists
by Richard A. Lovett

Reader's Departments
The Editor's Page
In Times to Come
The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
Guest Reference Library by Don D'Ammassa
Brass Tacks
U
pcoming Events by Anthony Lewis




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