"'Jupiter 27' is a very good read and continues the tradition of substance and quality set by previous editions of the magazine. "
"Four stories all with merit making it difficult to choose a favourite which is a plus rather than a minus. "
Read the full review here.
Thursday, 21 January 2010
Praxidike has been out for few weeks now, so I've been a bit late in publishing the details but here we go.
The fantastic cover is by Paul Drummond, and we have 4 stories this issue. W.R. Mitchells The Unlikely Messiah is long by our usual standards, but a great piece of good old space adventure. Huw Langridge is back with another of his Axiom Few stories (The Voidant Lance), he's put the next installment up on his website -which should be another good read. Swimming in the FastWarm Current is Lee Russells first story, a wonderful piece which shows he's got a great future ahead of him. We open this issue with Bone Song by Garrick Fincham, another author with their first publication, and a wonderfully moody piece about space collonisation.
All in all an issue I'm very happy with.
Saturday, 9 January 2010
SFSite reviewer Richard Horton gives his summary of Jupiter though 2009.