Review of “For the Peace” by Uri King-Levy

Plot: Sudhir is leaving, part of a migration to someplace in the sky. Just exactly why isn’t clear until the end. A Scholar, he carries bags with tassels that contain the Memories of many different peoples. He meets a small alley girl, who, much to his dismay, lights a pipe of sweetleaf. He fights theContinue reading “Review of “For the Peace” by Uri King-Levy”

Review of “Elevators and Aliens” by Eddie D. Moore

Plot: Marty is looking over blueprints and sipping bourbon at the bar of the Bayside Hotel on Proxmia b. Most people visit the Bayside for the salty air and a walk on the beach. Humans have been living on Proxmia b for a little less than five hundred years. Communication with earth ceased off afterContinue reading “Review of “Elevators and Aliens” by Eddie D. Moore”

Review of “The Red Expansion” by Matt Nagel

Plot: LM081018 is a non-sentient robot tasked with highway maintenance, a job it has been performing faithfully for millennia. This morning, as the growing sun rises over the horizon and recharges its batteries, LM081018’s temperature gauge registers 75 degrees Celsius. The robot once had rain gages, but since all earth’s water has long boiled away,Continue reading “Review of “The Red Expansion” by Matt Nagel”