The issue of Jupiter that my short story, “The Post-human Condition,” appeared in was reviewed a couple of weeks ago by SFRevu.
On the whole this issue got a glowing review. I was relieved to see that my story got a decent mention as well. I’ve copied part of the review below (of my story) and you can follow the link to read the complete review.
“The issue concludes with “The Post-human Condition” by Dean Giles. Clayton awakes from hibernation to memories of his beloved wife, Emma. She isn’t dead but she might as well be. She did not accompany Clayton on the 200 year long journey on a colony vessel. Clayton and the others on the ship chose to leave Earth rather than be uploaded to a computer and become part of post-humanity under the supervision of an AI. Emma had chosen to be uploaded. As they approach the end of their journey to a system called Gliese 581, Clayton and the others discover the post-humans waiting for them, a violation of a treaty. They have a right to destroy the post-humans. Clayton has dreams of his wife talking to him. Should he join her? The issue ends with another good story.”
You can purchase a copy here: http://www.jupitersf.co.uk