I am so embarrassed. Failing to flag the 1 April publication of Ansible 321 here was not a merry April Fool’s jest but stark incompetence. Apologies.
Today I’ve also posted a few more SFX magazine columns …
Although you’ve never met before (it’s only the jokes that are familiar), let’s pretend that Ansible 320 needs no introduction.
I’m never comfortable about trailing one’s coat for awards, but since it’s the late Algis Budrys (and his widow Edna) rather than myself, here goes. Readers who enjoyed the 2013 Ansible Editions critical collections Benchmarks Revisited and Benchmarks Concluded can now register appreciation by voting for one or both in the online Locus Poll, nonfiction category. By the way, ebook editions of all three volumes were released this month at Ansible Editions.
February comes unusually early this year … well, at least the February Ansible does.
I lost track of my duty to upload these a few issues after their magazine appearance, because some hidden hand at SFX stopped sending reminders in the form of complimentary copies. This batch includes the inevitable farewells to Jack Vance and Frederik Pohl.
Explosion! Concussion! The vault doors burst open … but it’s only Ansible.
Whether or not October the First is Too Late, here’s another Ansible.