A sestina is a 39-line poem
made up of six six-line stanzas and a concluding three-line envoy.† Every line ends in one of six recurring
words, each of which appears once in each stanza.† This is one
that my ENG102 class threw together one day in the last ten minutes of
Theory and Science Fiction can be viewed on the SFRA Website.
The New (E)uchronia:
Terry Bisson's Fire on the Mountain
can be found on author Terry Bisson's Website.
The Way We Weren't appeared
in SFRA Review #232.
Kim Stanley Robinsonís
alternate history novel The Years of
Rice and Salt discussed on NPRís Weekend
the Month, Year, or perhaps the Decade (depending on how long it takes me
to pick a new one!)