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10 thoughts on “Clarkesworld Magazine, Issue 32

  1. says:

    This is a review for the short story From the Lost Diary of TreeFrog7 by Nnedi Okorafor.Two explorers, one being the titular Treefrog7, are exploring a jungle to complete a field guide They have been out in this jungle for what we call about 2 years However, since we cannot be sure we are on Earth, that indication of time doesn t mean too much.Treefrog7 and her husband are following in the footsteps of another explorer to find an M CPU plant But will they like what they ll find This is a strange world full of very interesting creatures Spiders, frogs, moths but all a bit different from what we re used to And then there is the M CPU plant and what it possibly means is.Throughout the story, whether you read the print version or listen to the logs, Treefrog7 s POV ensured that you were there with her, in the trees and on the ground This also greatly enhanced an intensely creepy feeling crawling up your back In fact, I was reminded a bit of Jeff Vandermeer s Area X what with the strangely familiar and yet alien creatures and the reader not really knowing what to expect.Very nice atmosphere for such a short story so short, that the author even view spoiler sped up the time it takes to deliver a baby unless it s 15 hide spoiler


  2. says:

    From the Lost Diary of TreeFrog7 by Nnedi OkoraforThis story can be read at Clarkesworld It is also available there as an audio version Generally I don t care for audiobooks but this story is actually presented as the transcript of a voice recording made by an explorer so I suspect that version will work really well I ll go back and listen to it at another time before writing a review.


  3. says:

    From the Lost Diary of TreeFrog7 by Nnedi Okorafor Two explorers search the jungle for what they call a CPU plant A centuries old plant that, as legend has it, connects to networks from worlds beyond and has stored an unimaginable amount of information.As soon as they find it they want to download its hard drive, and in the meantime they compile a Jungle Field Guide They document their search via audio files through which the reader learns about their expedition and also that they are stalked by a mysterious creature.A very atmospheric short story.It can be read for free using this link And importantly, you can also listen to it, using the same link And that s clearly what I recommend The narration by Kate Baker is pretty good And since the story is told via audio files anyway, it really adds a lot to the overall experience.


  4. says:

    Every word is perfect, not one is amiss I can t understand how it is possible to write like this.


  5. says:

    Interesting little side piece to Zahrah the Windseeker


  6. says:

    I liked it wish I knew what d happened to them..


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  • Kindle Edition
  • 47 pages
  • Clarkesworld Magazine, Issue 32
  • Neil Clarke
  • English
  • 20 March 2019

About the Author: Neil Clarke

Clarkesworld Magazine. Launched in October 2006, the online magazine has been a finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine four times winning three times , the World Fantasy Award four times winning once , and the British Fantasy Award once winning once Neil is also a seven time finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Editor Short Form , two time winner of the Chesley Award for Best Art Director, and a recipient of the Kate Wilhelm Solstice Award In the twelve years since Clarkesworld Magazine launched, numerous stories that he has published have been nominated for or won the Hugo, Nebula, World Fantasy, Sturgeon, Locus, BSFA, Shirley Jackson, WSFA Small Press, and Stoker Awards.Additionally, Neil edits