It’s still hot, not sizzling, but hot. I’m dealing with reading ennui, maybe it’s the weather, but I read just a few stories this last week.
From The Vintage Anthology of Science Fantasy edited by Christopher Cerf, Vintage 1966 mass market paperback:
“An Egg A Month from All Over” by Idris Seabright (very unusual in every way)
“There will Come Soft Rains” by Ray Bradbury (when the world ends…)
”And Now the News” by Theodore Sturgeon (an especially dark story)
”No-Sided Professor” by Martin Gardner (math-oriented)
”Random Quest” by John Wyndham (Wyndham strikes again)
Not a lot of stories, but I did finish two novels, A Solitude of Wolverines and The Killing Hills. I’ll continue to peck away at this anthology, as I dabble with novels both on hand and those starting to come in from the library.