Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Astounding) Vol. 139 No. 9 & 10 Sep/Oct 2019 Contents Allen M. Steele’s Guest Editorial: More Than One Way to Skin a Starship Adam-Troy Castro “The Gorilla in a Tutu Principle or Pecan Pie at Minnie and Earl’s” Albert Jackson & Gregory Benford’s Science Fact: Building a Gravitational Wave Trasmitter Brenda Kalt “Awakening in the Anteroom of Heaven” art by Eldar Zakirov Martin L. Shoemaker “On Her Shoulders” Edward M. Lerner “Paradise Unbound” Mario Milosevic “The Swarm” In Times to Come John G. Cramer’s The Alternate View: Bio-Reprogramming and Multi-Century Life Spans G.O. Clark “Continuum” (verse) Antha Ann Adkins “The Annual Argument at the De-Extinction Board Meeting” Norman Spinrad “Personalized People” Jennifer R. Povey “The Waters of a New World” Sean Vivier “News from an Alien World” Brendan DuBois “A Family Rendezvous” Julie Novakova “From So Complex a Beginning” art by Tomislav Tikulin Stanley Schmidt “Sequoias and Other Myths” (verse) Christopher L. Bennett “Conventional Powers” Phoebe Barton “A Square of Flesh, A Cube of Steel” Christian Monson “Shut-Ins” Ron Collins “I Dreamed You Were a Spaceship” Richard A. Lovett’s Guest Alternate View: Looking for Signs of Ancient Earth . . . On the Moon Michael F. Flynn “The Singing City” Joe M. McDermott “Astroboy and Wind” Marie Bilodeau “Molecular Rage” Tony Ballantyne “Trespass” Guy Stewart “Road Veterinarian” art by Josh Meehan Don Sakers: The Reference Library Brass Tacks (Letters) Classified Marketplace Anthony Lewis: Upcoming Events
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The Symbiotes (Analog September 1972). Trigger Argee discovers an eight-inch tall man hiding among utensils on her restaurant lunch table. She helps him escape his pursuer and teams up with Telzey, but is captured when Telzey leaves to contact the Psychology Service for help, and wakes up later in a distant star system. Then begins an odyssey to escape and free the little people, during which she discovers she has latent, if limited, psionic abilities that she needs to cultivate for her own protection. After her adventure, Telzey assures her that being a functioning psi is not such a disadvantage. Reprinted in T’nT: Telzey and Trigger.
Child of the Gods (Analog March 1972). A dangerously accomplished psi takes control of Telzey’s mind when her guard is down, forcing her to deal with an alien creature that is causing disasters at his crystal mine on Maunafra. He is also illegally mining djeel, the oil which the alien needs to escape the planet on which it has been stranded—which is the root cause of the problem. Reprinted in T’nT: Telzey and Trigger.
Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Astounding) Vol. 139 No. 7 & 8 Jul/Aug 2019 Contents Trevor Quachri’s Editorial: A Conspiracy of Dunces The Analytical Laboratory (Reader’s Favorites) Robert R. Chase “Vault” art by Eldar Zakirov Ken Poyner “New Planet Landscape 6” (verse) C. Stuart Hardwick’s Science Fact: Do We Still Need NASA? Catherine Wells “The Quality of Mercy” art by Josh Meehan Tom Jolly “Shooting Stars” John J. Vester “A Life in Particle Archaeology” In Times to Come David L. Clements “Sailors of the Second Sun” Buzz Dixon “Labor-Saving Relations” John G. Cramer’s The Alternate View: Neutrino Relics from the Big Bang Leo Vladimirsky “The Babbage Tour” Phoebe North “All Tomorrow’s Parties” art by Vincent DiFate Dan Reade “A Wonderful Thing to Say” Robert Scherrer “Portle” Paul Di Filippo “Monarch of the Feast” Freya Marske “What We Named the Needle” Leah Cypess “Uncommon” Steve Rasnic Tem “Captain Zack & the Data Raiders” Alison Wilgus “A Neighborhood for Someone Else” Julie Novakova “Dreaming Up the Future” Joe M. McDermott “Finnegan, Bring the Pain” Eric James Stone “A Potential Application of Induced Resonance in a Four-Dimensional Crystal of Quantum Spacetime” Nick Wolven “The Eyes of Alton Arnhauser” Greg Egan “The Slipway” Nelson Adrian Blish “Tesseract” (verse) Don Sakers: The Reference Library Brass Tacks (Letters) Classified Marketplace Anthony Lewis: Upcoming Events
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The Lion Game (Analog August and September 1971). Telzey doesn’t entirely trust the Psychological Service, but occasionally teams up with them for mutual benefit. The Service has detected that there’s a new psi awareness of Telzey’s abilities at her college, and makes arrangements for her to Tinokti as an agent—and as bait! That sets her up for a nerve-wracking chase between connecting portals on the planet, where everyone can be an enemy. Reprinted in The Lion Game.
Poltergeist (Analog July 1971). This is a very short piece in which Telzey, off on a weekend by herself, encounters a distraught man threatened by his own unrealized alternate personality, and has to find a way to deal with it, in order to save him and herself. Reprinted in Telzey Amberdon (Baen, 2000).
Glory Day (Analog June 1971). Telzey and Trigger are stunned, kid- napped, and wind up on Askanam, a day before the annual Glory Day tournaments in a political scheme that involves other telepaths. Telzey’s psionic abilities are more highly developed than the others’ and she helps Trigger develop a mind- shield. Still, they have a tough time working their way out of a danger- ous situation. Reprinted in T’nT: Telzey and Trigger (Baen, 2000).
Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Astounding) Vol. 134 No. 5 & 6 May/June 2019 Contents Stanley Schmidt’s Editorial: John and Me: An Alternate View of the Late John Campbell Harry Turtledove “Bonehunters” John J. Vester’s Science Fact: The Venus Sweet Spot: Floating Home Stanley Schmidt “The Methuselah Generation” art by Kurt Huggins Liam Hogan “Galena” In Times to Come (July/Aug. Preview) Frank Smith “Cactus Season” Wendy Nikel “12:20 Bus from the Basics” Bruce McAllister “A Former Planetary Ruler Speaks” John G. Cramer’s The Alternate View: Opus 200: How Big is the Proton? Joe M. McDermott “Full Metal Mother” Biolog: Joe M. McDermott by Richard L. Lovett Mary E. Lowd “The Three Laws of Social Robotics” Bud Sparhawk “Mulligan” J.T. Sharrah “Forgetfulness” Edward M. Lerner “The Gates of Paradise” Dave Creek “The Dominant Heart Begins to Race” art by Josh Meehan Phoebe Barton “Midway on the Waves” Eric Cline “Paradigm Shift” Cynthia Ward “On Stony Ground” art by Tomislav Tikulin Mary Soon Lee “How to Time Travel” (verse) Alex Shvartsman “Repairs at the Beijing West Space Elevator” David Ebenbach “Welcome to Your Machines” Marissa Lingen “Painting the Massive Planet” Guy Stewrt’s Probability Zone: Robotic Space Killers; Autonomous. Broke. Josh Pearce “Leave Your Iron at the Door” Bruce Boston “At the Natural History Museum” (verse) Alec Nevala-Lee “At the Fall” art by Eldar Zakirov Don Sakers: The Reference Library Brass Tacks (Letters) Classified Marketplace Anthony Lewis: Upcoming Events
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Company Planet (Analog, May 1971). Telzey travels to Fermilaur, where a friend is undergoing “body remodeling,” which doesn’t sound like a good idea to Telzey. While on the planet, she uncovers a conspiracy, and her life is in danger when the powers that be suspect she is a telepath. She enters the mind of a telepathic pet animal and plants distracting thoughts to keep it from alerting its owner about her abilities. Reprinted in The Telzey Toy.
The Telzey Toy (Analog January 1971). A producer of biological the- ater puppets that supposedly have no self-awareness kidnaps Telzey and makes a self-aware duplicate of her who agrees to be called Gaziel. Telzey’s psi abilities have been repressed until the man, Ti, can learn how to control them and her for his own purposes. Telzey needs to free herself as well as Gaziel, who will gradually be able to develop her own distinct personality when free to do so.