Review: “The Stars do not Lie” by Jay Lake

Part 2 of my Hugo Nominee reviews, this time “The Stars do not Lie” by Jay Lake and was originally published in the ubiquitous Asimov’s, nominated in the Novella category. “The Stars do not Lie” falls in the “Steam Punk” category: industrial revolution, air ships, alternate history vibe. The alternate history is very thinly veiled: replace Roman … Continue reading Review: “The Stars do not Lie” by Jay Lake

Review: “After the Fall, Before the Fall, and During the Fall” by Nancy Kress, Hugo nominee for Best Novella

[Edit] I have edited this review to reflect better format, and a score I’m a little behind on Hugo Nominee reviews, but not because I am not reading  – FYI, I’m on the 6th nominee right now, working my way through Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed, which is fantastic! – but rather just … Continue reading Review: “After the Fall, Before the Fall, and During the Fall” by Nancy Kress, Hugo nominee for Best Novella