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CONTENTS Novella "Nanoware Time" by Ian Watson Novelettes "Faith" by James Patrick Kelly "Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter Another" by Robert Silverberg Short Stories "The Tall Grass" by Steven Utley "John Harper Wilson" by Allen M. Steele "Computer Friendly" by Eileen Gunn "The Dragon Line" by Michael Swanwick Poetry "An Engineer of the Infinite" by Robert Frazier "Yellowstone" by M. Sha CONTENTS Novella "Nanoware Time" by Ian Watson Novelettes "Faith" by James Patrick Kelly "Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter Another" by Robert Silverberg Short Stories "The Tall Grass" by Steven Utley "John Harper Wilson" by Allen M. Steele "Computer Friendly" by Eileen Gunn "The Dragon Line" by Michael Swanwick Poetry "An Engineer of the Infinite" by Robert Frazier "Yellowstone" by M. Shayne Bell "Toads" by Jane Yolen Departments "Editorial: Plotting" by Isaac Asimov "Letters" "Neat Stuff" by Matthew J. Costello "On Books" by Baird Searles "SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June 1989, Vol. 13, No. 6 (Whole No. 144) Gardner R. Dozois, editor Cover art by Nicholas Jainschigg


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CONTENTS Novella "Nanoware Time" by Ian Watson Novelettes "Faith" by James Patrick Kelly "Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter Another" by Robert Silverberg Short Stories "The Tall Grass" by Steven Utley "John Harper Wilson" by Allen M. Steele "Computer Friendly" by Eileen Gunn "The Dragon Line" by Michael Swanwick Poetry "An Engineer of the Infinite" by Robert Frazier "Yellowstone" by M. Sha CONTENTS Novella "Nanoware Time" by Ian Watson Novelettes "Faith" by James Patrick Kelly "Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter Another" by Robert Silverberg Short Stories "The Tall Grass" by Steven Utley "John Harper Wilson" by Allen M. Steele "Computer Friendly" by Eileen Gunn "The Dragon Line" by Michael Swanwick Poetry "An Engineer of the Infinite" by Robert Frazier "Yellowstone" by M. Shayne Bell "Toads" by Jane Yolen Departments "Editorial: Plotting" by Isaac Asimov "Letters" "Neat Stuff" by Matthew J. Costello "On Books" by Baird Searles "SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June 1989, Vol. 13, No. 6 (Whole No. 144) Gardner R. Dozois, editor Cover art by Nicholas Jainschigg

12 review for Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, June 1989 (Asimov's Science Fiction, #144)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Phyland

    Steven Utley takes us back to the Devonian where (and when) an invertebrate paleontologist and his crew are doing field work in “The Tall Grass”. But his phobia of centipedes is about to take a giant and catastrophic leap forward. Allen M. Steele gives us an alternative history where the military never relinquished control of space operations. “John Harper Wilson” became the first man to set foot on the Moon and uttered those famous word (but what happened during the 4 or so minutes of radio bla Steven Utley takes us back to the Devonian where (and when) an invertebrate paleontologist and his crew are doing field work in “The Tall Grass”. But his phobia of centipedes is about to take a giant and catastrophic leap forward. Allen M. Steele gives us an alternative history where the military never relinquished control of space operations. “John Harper Wilson” became the first man to set foot on the Moon and uttered those famous word (but what happened during the 4 or so minutes of radio blackout just after?) and Eileen Gunn gives us the unsettling tale of a future where children are groomed to be wetware for the global computer and those who fail the ‘aptitude’ tests go the Asia Centre, but Elizabeth wants to save her friends from it in “Computer Friendly”. James Patrick Kelly’s “Faith” is putting herself back out there after a divorce but finds her blind date seems to know just what to say and when, while the issue culminates in an enjoyable conceit from Robert Silverberg where programmers generate simulations of historical figures, and Socrates and Pizarro debate good and evil in “Enter A Soldier. Later: Enter Another”.

  2. 4 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl

  3. 5 out of 5

    Conrad Ledebuhr

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    OTIS

  5. 5 out of 5

    Donna Lombardo

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    Tina

  7. 4 out of 5

    Time Enough At Last

  8. 4 out of 5

    Michael Joseph Schumann

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    Tawnya Fugate

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nathan Brooks

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ylilith

  12. 5 out of 5

    Marica Davis

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