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Short Reviews of Short (Short!) Stories

“Ten Thousand Monkeys” by Tocho Ligon

“Ten Thousand Monkeys” by Tocho Ligon is the Probability Zero feature in the March 2010 issue of Analog magazine. Probability Zero stories are always ultra-short science-fiction stories that usually examine a nifty idea with a twist at the end. “Ten Thousand Monkeys” is no exception, and it uses its two pages to take a deeper look at the literary output of ten-thousand monkeys with typewriters while also pondering exactly why it was that Schrödinger chose a cat.

Summary: More fun than a barrel of ten-thousand monkeys in far fewer than ten-thousand words.

–John A. Magee


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