The New Yorker has published its Science Fiction issue with all Science Fiction writers and articles. Ray Bradbury, Ursula K. Le Guin, China Miéville, and Margaret Atwood. Not exactly the style of SF that I like, but you can’t say no to Bradbury.
I walked over to Barnes & Noble, but it isn’t out yet. I will try again all this week and if I don’t get one, I’ll try over the weekend. It is going to be a collector’s item.
I read a review this morning that was a little wishy-washy. It is described the issue as just OK. SF is divided into many sub-genres. It seems that the editors at the New Yorker don’t actually read much SF, and chose to include Bradbury – the icon, but then went within their comfort zone, which appears to be feminist SF, while eschewing the more popular hard Science Fiction styles.