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Gordon Van Gelder
Gordon Van Gelder worked as a book editor for St. Martin's Press for more than a decade. He has been the editor of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction since 1997. He lives in New jersey. show more

Gordon Van Gelder worked as a book editor for St. Martin's Press for more than a decade. He has been the editor of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction since 1997. He lives in New jersey.
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bigfootmurf
bigfootmurf rated it 1 year ago
This month’s lead novella is ‘Bartleby The Scavenger’ by Katie Boyer. As ‘Bartleby The Scrivener’ by Herman Melville is one of my favourite classic stories, I was intrigued by the title. This is set in the USA after a disaster of some sort. Bombs were dropped and the small town of Brook has withdraw...
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bigfootmurf rated it 1 year ago
As well as the informative ‘Departments’ there are loads of stories in ‘The Magazine of Fantasy And Science Fiction’, divided on the contents page, as usual, into novella, novelette and short stories. Arbitrarily, I will section them into Science Fiction, fun and fantasy. These categories are not mu...
bigfootmurf
bigfootmurf rated it 1 year ago
A new year and a new issue of ‘The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction’ with which to celebrate it. Hurrah!The first thing I scanned was ‘The Via Panisperna Boys In “Operation Harmony”’, co-authored by Claudio Chillemi and Paul Di Filippo, two fellows clearly not frightened by quotation marks. Unl...
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bigfootmurf rated it 1 year ago
Ask a politician a question nowadays and he’ll tell you what he’s focusing on and what he’s focusing on won’t be the subject of the question. It goes without saying that ‘The Magazine Of Fantasy And Science Fiction’ contains interesting non-fiction articles and book reviews but what I’m focusing on ...
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bigfootmurf rated it 1 year ago
The Magazine Of Fantasy And Science-Fiction’ explores the opposite extremes of the fantasy genre in this issue with a nice mix of Science Fiction and fairy tales. Most of the stories fall into one category or the other, so we’ll start with the fantasy.‘Heartsmith’s Daughters’ by Harry R. Campion is ...
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