Cosmic Vinegar, January 2013
Hello friendly readers. Hope the first couple weeks of the new year have been good to you. They have been good to me; busy but interesting, family and friend filled. I’m about to head out, so enough chit-chat; links!
Cosmic Vinegar, V. 2 Issue 4:
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Image is from Astronomy Photo of the Day, with credits to H. Bond et al., Hubble Heritage Team (STScI / AURA), NASA.
Reviews this month are of very fresh stories, both released in this young year. First up is “The Memory of Touch” from Cosmos Magazine, a story of a damaged woman who makes the decision to return to the scene of her damage. And second is “The Sounds of Old Earth” from Lightspeed Magazine, about an aging man coming to terms with the fact that his earth is done for. Both are about leaving and returning, nature and the unknown–and the bulwarks that humanity has constructed to ameliorate the difficulties inherent in all of that.