Diane Turnshek is an astronomer who’s been published in Analog and elsewhere. She served as Eastern Regional Director and ran the 2007 Nebulas in NYC.
Eile, Sunny, and Differel are spies. Their governments order them to contact an agent offering plans for a new weapon, but she seems to be playing a game. Are the plans fake, or is something more nefarious going on? With five more stories.
Salon.com described Daniel Marcus’ work as “a cross between Raymond Carver and William Gibson.” He has taught creative writing at UC Berkeley and has worked as a musician, mathematician, systems architect, and ops dude.