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Asimov's Mar/Apr 2021

Asimov’s Science Fiction [v45 #3 & 4, #542 & 543] ed. Sheila Williams, mng ed. Emily Hockaday (Dell Magazines, $7.99, 208pp, digest) Cover by NASA
2 • Contents Pages
4 • Editorial: Pandemic Editing • Shelia Williams • ed
6 • Reflections: Betelgeuse, We Hardly Knew Ye • Robert Silverberg • cl
10 • On the Net: The Game’s Afoot! • James Patrick Kelly • cl
14 • Glitch • Alex Irvine • na
50 • Time Traveler at the Grocery Store circa 1992 • Kristian Macaron • pm
52 • Somebody’s Child • Felicity Shoulders • nv
71 • The Destroyer Is in Doubt About Net Neutrality • Martin Ott • pm
72 • The Same Old Story • Anya Ow • ss
78 • Mrs. Piper Between the Sea and the Sky • Kali Wallace • ss
88 • Grandma +5° C • James Patrick Kelly • ss
99 • Sometimes a Poem • Jane Yolen • pm
100 • RE: Bubble 476 • A.T. Greenblatt • ss
112 • Mary Mary • Rudy Rucker • nv
138 • Flowers Like Needles • Derek Künsken • ss
149 • I Get a Call from My Estranged Father and Let It Go to Voicemail • Aaron Sandberg • pm
150 • Sentient Being Blues • Christopher Mark Rose • ss
163 • Next Issue • Anon • pv
164 • Dream Atlas • Michael Swanwick • ss
168 • Light Up the Clouds • Greg Egan • na
199 • We Chose Titan Together • Lauren McBride • pm
200 • On Books • Norman Spinrod • rc
_200 • Coucil of Fire, Eric Flint & Walter H. Hunt, Baen, $25.00, hc, ISBN: 978-1-9821-2415-1• Norman Spinrod • br
_200 • The Last Human, Zack Jordan, Del Rey, $27.00, hc, ISBN: 987-0-451-49981-3• Norman Spinrod • br
_201 • Penric’s Travels, Lois McMaster Bujold, Baen, $25.00, hc, ISBN: 978-1-9821-2457-1• Norman Spinrod • br
_201 • The Unspoken Name, A.K. Larkwood, Tor, $25.99, hc, ISBN: 978-1-250-23890-0• Norman Spinrod • br
_202 • The Eleventh Gate, Nancy Kress, Baen, $16.00, hc, ISBN: 978-1-9821-2458-8• Norman Spinrod • br
_203 • Shorefall, Robert Jackson Bennett, Del Rey, $28.00, hc, ISBN: 978-1-5247-6038-0• Norman Spinrod • br
_204 • Unbecoming, Lesley Wheeler, Aqueduct Press, $18.00, tp, ISBN: 978-1-61976-167-4• Norman Spinrod • br
_204 • Cyber Shogun Revolution, Peter Tieryas, Ace, $16.00, tp, ISBN: 978-0-451-49101-5• Norman Spinrod • br
_205 • The Ghosts of Sherwood, Carrie Vaughn, Tor.com, $3.99, ebook, ISBN: 978-1-250-75210-9• Norman Spinrod • br
_205 • New Light Through Old Windows: Exploring Contemporary Science THrough 12 Classic Science FIction Tales, Stephen Webb, Springer, $19.95, ebook, ISBN: 978-3-030-03195-4• Norman Spinrod • br
_206 • If This Goes On, edited by Cat Rambo, Parvus, $19.99, tp, ISBN: 978-0-997842-1-1• Norman Spinrod • br
207 • The Appeal of Time Travel • Kimberly Jones • pm
208 • SF Conventional Calendar • Erwin S. Strauss • cl

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Analog Mar/Apr 2021

Analog Mar/Apr 2021

Analog Science Fiction & Fact [v141 #3 & 4, March/April 2021] ed. Trevor Quachi, mng ed. Emily Hockaday (Dell Magazines, $7.99, 208pp, digest, cover by Maurizio Manzieri)
2 • Contents pages
4 • Guest Editorial: Better Than Being Fossilized! • Ian Watson • ed
9 • Flash Mob • Meg Pontecorvo • nv
23 • Mostly Hydrogen • Jack Martin • pm
24 • Science Fact: From Atmospheric Rivers to Super Typhoons • Christina De La Rocha • cl
32 • The Trashpusher of Planet 4 • Brenda Kalt • ss; illustration by Soo Lee
42 • It’s Cold on Europa • Filip Wiltgren • ss
49 • Tail Call Optimization • Tony Ballantyne • nv
60 • The Acheulean Gift • Matthew Claxton • ss
69 • If a Tree Doesn’t Fall • Jerry Oltion • ss
75 • The Alternate View: Rejuvenation and the DNA Methylation Clock • John G. Cramer • cl
78 • Thhshthh • Aimee Ogden • ss
80 • John Henry Was a Steel Driving Man • Shane Halbach • ss
88 • Damocles • Sean McMullen • nv
100 • Recollection • Elise Stephens • ss; illustration by Tomislav Tikulin
110 • The Burning Lands • Tom Jolly • ss
120 • Hillman, Charles Dallas, Age : 35, No Partner, Parents: Deceased • Ron Collins • ss
129 • I Have Loved the Stars too Fondly • James Van Pelt • ss
132 • The Pond Who Sang • Charles Hand • ss
136 • The Alternate View: Planet or Not? • John J. Vester • cl
138 • First Scientist (?-?) • Jessy Randall • pm
139 • Second Hand Destinies • Marie Vibbert • ss
145 • In Times to Come • Anon • ms
146 • The Shadow of His Wings • Ray Nayler • ss; illustration by Kurt Huggins
156 • Problem Landing • Sean Monaghan • nv
170 • Invasive Species • Catherine Wells • na
199 • The Reference Library • Don Sakers • rc
_200 • Domesticating Dragons, Dan Koboldt, Baen, 352pp, $16.00, tp, ISBN: 978-1-9821-2511-0 • Don Sakers • br
_200 • Screens, Christopher Laine, Garden Path, 336pp, $14.95, ebook • Don Sakers • br
_201 • Tyger Bright, T.C. McCarthy, Baen, 272pp, $16.00, tp, ISBN: 978-1-9821-2517-2 • Don Sakers • br
–202 • Candidate Spectrum, Brian Cato, BC Studio, 342pp, $14.39, tp, ISBN: 979-8-6436-4955-7 • Don Sakers • br
_202 • The Founder Effect, edited by Robert E. Hampton & Sandra L. Medlock, Baen, 400pp, $16.00, tp, ISBN: 978-1-9821-2509-7 • Don Sakers • br
_203 • Agent of the Imperium, Marc Miller, Baen, 368pp, $16.00, tp, ISBN: 9-78-1-9821-2507-3 • Don Sakers • br
–204 • Busted Synapses, Erica L. Satifka, Brocken Eye Books, 104 pp, $14.99, tp, ISBN: 978-1-9403-7258-7 • Don Sakers • br
_204 • The Golden Age of Science Fiction: A Journey into Space with 1950s Radio, TV Films, Comics and Books, John Wade, Pen and Sword, 240pp, $42.95, hc, ISBN: 978-1-5267-2925-5 • Don Sakers • br
205 • Brass Tacks • [The Readers] • lc
_205 • [letter] • Raymond Carlson Jr. • lt
_205 • [letter] • Thad Ware • lt
_205 • [letter] • Mark Davis • lt
_206 • [letter] •Tom Schneider • lt
_206 • [letter] • Anonymous • lt
_206 • [letter] • Mark Warner • lt
_206 • [letter] • Steve Briggs • lt
_206 • [letter] • Scott T. Meissner • lt
_207 • [letter] • DJ Aland • lt
_208 • [letter] • Leonard Pallats • lt
_208 • [letter] • Joe W. Haldeman • lt
209 • Upcoming Events • Anthony Lewis • cl

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Analog Jan/Feb 2021

Analog Jan/Feb 2021

Following 2020’s retro masterhead cover design, this issue debuts Analog’s new masthead design.

Analog Science Fiction & Fact [v141 #1 & 2, January/February 2021] ed. Trevor Quachi, mng ed. Emily Hockaday (Dell Magazines, $7.99, 208pp, digest, cover by Dave Seeley/Shannon Associates)
2 • Contents pages
4 • Guest Editorial: Monumental Thinking • Rosemary Claire Smith • ed
8 • Mixed Marriage • Dan Helms • nv; illustrated by Soo Lee
22 • Science Fact: Constructing a Habitable Planet • Julie Novakova • cl
29 • Biolog: Julie Nováková • Richard A. Lovett • bg
30 • My Hypothetical Friend • Harry Turtledove • ss; illustrated by Soo Lee
41 • In Times to Come • Anon • ms
42 • A Shot in the Dark • Deborah L. Davitt •nv
53 • Photometric Evidence of the Gravitational Lensing of SA023820 by a Nonluminous Low-Mass Stellar Object • Jay Werkheiser • ss
58 • Conference of the Birds • Benjamin C. Kinney • ss
65 • Interstellar Pantomine * Martin Dimkovski • ss
68 • Matter and Time Conspire • Sandy Parsons • ss
70 • The Tale of Anise and Basil • Daniel James Peterson • ss
74 • The Practitioners • Em Liu • ss
80 * What Were You Thinking? • Jerry Oltion • ss
89 • Hidden Things • Jennifer Crow • pm
90 • The Liberator • Nick Wolven • nv
104 • The Nocturnal Preoccupation of Moths • J. Northcut, Jr. • nv
120 • Changing Eyes • Douglas P. Marx • ss
129 • The Last Science Fiction Story • Adam-Troy Castro • ff (Flash Fiction)
130 • A Working Dog • anne m. gibson • ss; illustrated by Kurt Huggins
137 • The Alternate View: Wave Function Collapse Revealed • John G. Cramer • cl
140 • So You Want to Be a Guardian Angel • Michael Meyerhofer • ss
144 • Choose One • Marie DesJardin • ss
146 • We Remembered Better • Evan Dicken • ss
149 • Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation • Peter Kanter • ms
150 • The Last Compact • Brian Rappatta • ss
156 • Riddlepigs and the Cryla • Raymund Eich • ss
164 • Belle Lettres Ad Astra • Norman Spinrad • nv
177 • If • Bruce MacAllister • pm
178 • By the Will of the Gods • Charles Q. Choi • nv
196 • The Reference Library • Don Sakers • rc
_197 • Living Forever & Other Terrible Ideas, Emily C. Skaftun; Fairwood Press, 310pp, $17.99, tp, ISBN: 978-1-9338-4698-9 • Don Sakers • br
_197 • The Best of James Van Pelt, James Van Pelt, Fairwood Press, 698pp, $40.00, hc, ISBN: 978-1-9338-4695-8 • Don Sakers • br
_198 • The Sentient, Nadia Afifi; Flame Tree Press, 293pp, $14.95, tp, ISBN: 978-1-7875-8432-7 • Don Sakers • br
_198 • Psi-Wars, ed. Joshua Viola, Hex Publishers, 301pp, ISBN: 978-1-7339-1777-3 • Don Sakers • br
_199 • Gemesys X, B.J. Graf; Fairwood Press, 310pp, $17.99, tp, ISBN: 978-1-9338-4697-2 • Don Sakers • br
_199 • Fearless, Allen Stroud; Flame Tree Press, 361pp, tp, ISBN: 978-1-7875-8540-9 Don Sakers • br
_200 • Trader’s Leap, Sharon Lee & Steve Miller; Baen, 416pp, hc, ISBN: 978-1-9821-2501-1 • Don Sakers • br
_200 • City of Dream and Dust, Ru Pringle; Fractal Symmetry Books, 456pp, $16.99, tp • Don Sakers • br
_200 • A Haven in the Stars, Ru Pringle; Fractal Symmetry Books, 441pp, $16.99, tp • Don Sakers • br
–201 • Neptune’s Treasure, Richard A. Lovett; Strange Wolf Press, 355pp, $16.95, tp, ISBN: 979-8-6430-3897-9 • Don Sakers • br
_201 • It Came From the Multiplex: 80s Midnight Callers, ed. Joshua Viola; Hex Publisher, 305pp, $19.99, tp, ISBN: 978-1-7339-1775-9 • Don Sakers • br
202 • Brass Tacks • [The Readers] • lc
_202 • [letter] • Paul W. Allen • lt
_202 • [letter] • Rick Norwood • lt
_202 • [letter] • Frank Coulter • lt
_203 • [letter] • Cy Chauvin • lt
204 • 2020 Index • Anon • ix
207 • It’s AnLab Time Again • ms
208 • Upcoming Events • Anthony Lewis • cl

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Asimov’s SF Jan/Feb 2021

Asimov's Jan/Feb 2021

Asimov’s Science Fiction [v45 #1 & 2, #540 & 541] ed. Sheila Williams, mng ed. Emily Hockaday (Dell Magazines, $7.99, 208pp, digest) Cover by Donato Giancola
2 • Contents Pages
4 • Editorial: A Magical Eire • Shelia Williams • ed
6 • Reflections: One Hundred Years of Robots • Robert Silverberg • cl
9 • Mars Rover, Curiosity • Jan Yolen • pm
10 • On the Net: Get it? • James Patrick Kelly • cl
14 • A Rocket for Dimitrios • Ray Nayler • na
43 • The Fear of Missing Out • Robert H. Cloake • ss
49 • In Memoriam: Mike Resnick (1942–2020) • Sheila Williams • ob
50 • No Stone Unturned • Nick Wolven • nv
66 • The Three-Day Hunt • Robert R. Chase • ss
73 • The Papier-Mȃché Girl • Jane Yolen • pm
74 • Table Etiquette for Diplomatic Personnel, in Seventeen Scenes • Suzanne Palmer • nv
99 • The Pig, Wilber, to His Grandsons • Leslie J. Anderson • pm
100 • Hunches * Kristine Kathryn Rusch • nv
113 • Humans and Other People • Sean William Swanick • ss
122 • Shy Sarah and the Draft Pick Lottery • Ted Kosmatka • nv
139 • Within You and Without You • Robert Frazier • pm
140 • Mayor for Today • Fran Wilde • nv
156 • I Didn’t Buy It • Naomi Kanakia • ss
161 • When I’m Thirty I Receive a Box Full of Your Steel Bones • Avra Margariti • pm
162 • The Realms of Water • Robert Reed • na
195 • Next Issue • Anon • pv
196 • On Books • Norman Spinrod • rc
Relic, by Alan Dean Foster; Random House, $7.99
Transformation, by James Gunn; ReAnimusPress.com, $3.99
The Death of the Universe, by Brandon Q. Morris; $14.99
201 • Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation • Peter Kanter • ms
203 • Thirty-Fifth Annual Readers’ Award Ballot • Anon • ms
205 • 2020 Index • Anon • ix
208 • SF Conventional Calendar • Erwin S. Strauss • cl

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Asimov’s Jan/Feb 2020

Asimov’s Jan/Feb 2020

Contents Page
Sheila Williams’ Editorial: Happy Birthday, Isaac Asimov!
Robert Silverberg’s Reflections: The Pharaoh’s Trachea
James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net: Live Long and Whatever
Robert Frazier “Your Clone, the Mirror Clone” (verse)
Neal Asher “An Alien on Crete”
Marie Vibbert “Unlooping” (verse)
Mar Catherine Stratford “Third Shift”
Allen M. Steele “The Palace of Dancing Dogs”
Dominica Phetteplace “The Antidote”
Timons Asaias “Go. Now. Fix.”
Leah Cypess “A Pack of Tricks”
Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation
Jean-Louis Trudel “The Way to Compostela”
Meredith Lozaga “The Refraction of White Lies”
Doug C. Souza “The Kaleidoscope City”
Jane Yolen “Taking Care” (verse)
B.S. Donovan “You’ll Live”
Sheila Finch “Not This Tide”
Jane Williams “Meeting the Man from the Future” (verse)
Next Issue
Paul Di Filippo: On Books
Thirty-Fourth Annual Readers’ Award and Ballot
Index 2019
Classified Marketplace
Erwin Strauss: SF Conventional Calendar

Asimov’s Science Fiction Vol. 44 No. 1 & 2, whole No. 528 & 529, Jan/Feb 2020
Publisher: Peter Kanter
Editor: Sheila Williams
Managing Editor: Emily Hockaday
Editorial Assistant: Deanna McLafferty
Senior Director of Art & Production: Porter C. McKinnon
Senior Art Director: Victoria Green
Cover: Dominic Harman
208 pages, $7.99 on newsstands until Feb. 18, 2020
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Analog Jan/Feb 2020

Analog Jan/Feb 2020

Analog kicks off its year-long celebration of its 90th year of publication with Victoria Green’s retro cover design. Managing Editor Emily Hockaday shared a preview of the Mar/Apr cover, which appears in The Digest Enthusiast No. 11, which is scheduled to release this Friday, January 10.

Contents Page
Stanley Schmidt’s Guest Editorial: A Major Milestone and Places We’ve Been
Adam-Troy Castro & Jerry Oltion “The Astronaut from Wyoming” (90th Anniversary Retrospective Reprint) The story is followed by reminiscences of the story by its authors.
Alec Nevala-Lee & M. Wysocki, Jr.’s Science Fact Making Waves: The Inventions of John W. Campbell
Rebecca Siegel “In Theory” (verse)
Harry Turtledove “The Quest for the Great Gray Mossy”
Sean McMullen “Wheel of Echoes” art uncredited
Jay Werkheiser “Hive” art by Eldar Zakirov
Eric Choi “The Greatest Day”
Eric Choi’s Science Fact Saving Columbia: An In-Flight Options Assessment
Robert Frazier “Ghost Transmission” (verse)
Rachel Rodman “The Evolutionary Alice” (Probability Zero)
Ian Randal Strock “Bulkheads Make the Best Neighbors”
John G. Cramer’s The Alternate View Renormalization: Dodging Infinities
Douglas F. Dluzen “Welcome to the New You: Terms and Conditions for the iCRISPR Gene-Editing Kit”
Izzy Wasserstein “The Grass Bows Down, the Pilgrims Walk Lightly” art by Kurt Huggins
Matthew Claxton “All the Turns of the Earth” art by Josh Meehan
Statement of Ownership, Management and Circulation
A.J. Ward “One Lost Space Suit Way” art by Kurt Huggins
In Times to Come
Wendy Nikel “Around a World in Ninety-Six Hours
Gregor Hartmann “Birds of a Feather”
Richard A. Lovett “Guns Don’t Kill”
Joel Richards “Q-Ship Militant”
Sarina Dorie “The Shocking Truth About the Scientific Method that Privatized Schools Don’t Want You to Know”
C. Stuart Hardwick “Hubble Rising”
Don Sakers: The Reference Library
The Cruel Stars by John Birmingham
Cry Pilot by Joel Dane
The Guardian by J.D. Moyer
Hour of the Horde by Gordon R. Dickson
Octavia Gone by Jack McDevitt
—Footprints in the Stars edited by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
Readymade Bodhisattva: The Kaya Anthology of South Korean Science Fiction edited by Sunyoung Park & SangJoon Park
The End of the World and Other Catastrophes edited by Mike Ashley
Menace of the Machine: The Rise of AI in Classic Science Fiction edited by Mike Ashley
Brass Tacks (Letters)
Classified Marketplace
2019 Index
Anlab Ballot
Anthony Lewis: Upcoming Events

Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Astounding) Vol. 140 No. 1 & 2 Jan/Feb 2020
Publisher: Peter Kanter
Editor: Trevor Quachri
Associate Editor: Emily Hockaday
Editorial Assistant: Deanna McLafferty
Senior Art Director: Victoria Green
Cover: Tomislav Tikulin
208 pages, $7.99 on newsstands until Feb. 18, 2020
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Analog Nov/Dec 2019

Analog Nov/Dec 2019

Contents Pages
Trevor Quachri’s Editorial: Odd & Ends I
Jerry Oltion “An Eye for an Eye” art by Tomislav Tikulin
Cristina De La Rocha’s Geoengineering: Coming Soon To a Planet Near You (Science Fact)
Gary Kloster “Formless”
John Edward Uth “Moon Santa Mongo” art by Kurt Huggins
Louis Evans “The Prince of Svalbard: A Saga of the Thaw”
John G. Cramer’s The Alternate View: Quantum Entanglement Across Time
Eric Cline “Ghost of Christmas Future”
In Times to Come
Marissa Lingen “Filaments of Hope”
Michael Carroll “Just a Guy and Some Aliens”
Edward Ashton “Wolves”
Ken Poyner “Moisture” (verse)
Rajan Khanna “Binary”
Craig DeLancey “Sojourner”
Jessy Randall “Hertha Ayrton 1854–1923” (verse)
Julie Novakova “Martian Fever”
Joe M. McDermott “Keep the Line Tight But Not Too Tight, or Esteban And the Moon”
Stephen R. Wilk “Yamadori”
Mark W. Tiedemann “Follow, Past Meridian”
Jay Cole “Solve for X”
Allison Mulvihill “Empty Box”
Matt Dovey “The Movements of Other Starfish”
Richard A. Lovett’s Guest Alternate View: Smartphones, Earthquakes, Stealth Cars & Sniper Attacks
Aimee Ogden “The Quarantine Nursery”
Guy Stewart “Kamshamnida, America” art by Vincent DiFate
Jay O’Connell “You Must Remember This” art by Eldar Zakirov
Don Sakers: The Reference Library
The City and Cygnets by Michael Bishop
Ode to Defiance by Marc Stiegler
Recursion by Blake Crouch
Wanderers by Chuck Wendig
The Girl With Kaleidoscope Eyes: Analog Stories for a Digital Age by Howard V. Hendrix
Million Mile Road Trip by Rudy Rucker
Zion’s Fiction: A Treasury of Israeli Speculative Fiction edited by Sheldon Teitelbaum and Emmanual Lottem
Waste Tide by Chen Qiufan
Keepers by Brenda Cooper
Alien Archives by Robert Silverberg
The Eagle Has Landed: 50 Years of Lunar Science Fiction edited by Neil Clarke
Stellaris: People of the Stars edited by Les Johnson & Robert E. Hampson
The Fandom Fifty: 50+ Fascinating People of the Maryland Science Fiction Conventions edited by Diane Lee Baron
Brass Tacks (Letters)
Classified Marketplace
Anthony Lewis: Upcoming Events

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Analog Science Fiction and Fact (Astounding) Vol. 139 No. 11 & 12 Nov/Dec 2019
Publisher: Peter Kanter
Editor: Trevor Quachri
Managing Editor: Emily Hockaday
Editorial Assistant: Deanna McLafferty
Senior Art Director: Victoria Green
Cover: Tuomas Korpi
208 pages, $7.99 on newsstands until December 17, 2019
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Asimov’s Nov/Dec 2019

Asimov’s Nov/Dec 2019

Contents Page
Sheila Williams’ Editorial: A Sadder and a Wiser Woman—tributes to Janet Jappson Asimov and Carol Emshwiller
Robert Silverberg’s Reflections: California Secedes!
Peter Payack “Do Not Despair” (verse)
James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net: Where are the CRISPR Cops?
Rudy Rucker & Marc Laidlaw “Surfers at the End of Time”
Harry Turtledove “Christmas Truce”
Mary Soon Lee “How to Curve Spacetime” (verse)
Siobhan Carroll “The Airwalker Comes to the City in Green”
Brittany Hause “Billets-Doux” (verse)
Michael Swanwick “Clouds”
Ray Nayler “The Disintegration Loops”
R. Garcia y Robertson “Commander Amanda”
Octavia Cade “Inside the Body of Relatives”
James Patrick Kelly “Selfless”
Kali Wallace “The River of Blood and Wine”
James Van Pelt “SeeApp”
Mary Soon Lee “Not for Sale” (verse)
James Gunn “Quantum Theory”
Allen M. Steele “Escape from Sanctuary”
Next Issue
Norman Spinrad: On Books
Nebula Awards Showcase 2018 by Janet Yolen
Astounding by Alec Nevala-Lee
Red Moon by Kim Stanley Robinson
Classified Marketplace
Erwin Strauss: SF Conventional Calendar

Asimov’s Science Fiction Vol. 43 No. 11 & 12, whole No. 526 & 527, Nov/Dec 2019
Publisher: Peter Kanter
Editor: Sheila Williams
Managing Editor: Emily Hockaday
Editorial Assistant: Deanna McLafferty
Senior Director of Art & Production: Porter C. McKinnon
Senior Art Director: Victoria Green
Cover: Donato Giancola
208 pages, $7.99 on newsstands until Dec. 17, 2019
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Asimov’s Sep/Oct 2019

Asimov’s Sep/Oct 2019

Contents
Sheila Williams’ Editorial: Thirty-Third Annual Reads’ Awards’ Results
Robert Silverberg’s Reflections: Rereading Shiel
Holly Day “All the Weight” (verse)
James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net: Deep Reading
Peter Payack “Surfing at Night” (verse)
Mercurio D. Rivera “In the Stillness Between Stars”
Megan Arkenberg “All in Green Went My Love Riding”
Jane Yolen “Brambles” (verse)
Andy Duncan “Charlie Tells Another One”
Next Issue
Sandra McDonald “Messages”
Lawrence Watt-Evans “Personal Space”
Leslie J. Anderson “The Celestial Body” (verse)
Kristine Kathryn Rusch “Escaping Amnthra”
James Sallis “When We Saved the World”
Jenny Blackford “Nine hypotheses concerning a mysterious lump under the rug on the foyer floor” (verse)
Eric Del Carlo “The, When”
Rich Larson “Can You Watch My Stuff”
Stephanie Feldman “The Albatwitch Chorus”
Michael Libling “At the Old Wooden Synagogue on Janower Street”
Gord Sellar “Winter Wheat”
Kendall Evans “E.A. Poe’s Electro-Mechanical Raven” (verse)
Paul Di Filippo: On Books
Classified Marketplace
Erwin Strauss: SF Conventional Calendar

Asimov’s Science Fiction Vol. 43 No. 9 & 10, whole No. 524 & 525, Sep/Oct 2019
Publisher: Peter Kanter
Editor: Sheila Williams
Associate Editor: Emily Hockaday
Editorial Assistant: Deanna McLafferty
Senior Director of Art & Production: Porter C. McKinnon
Senior Art Director: Victoria Green
Cover: Dominic Harman
208 pages, $7.99 on newsstands until Oct. 22, 2018
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Analog Sep/Oct 2019

Analog Sep/Oct 2019

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

Publisher: Peter Kanter
Editor: Trevor Quachri
Associate Editor: Emily Hockaday
Editorial Assistant: Deanna McLafferty
Senior Art Director: Victoria Green
Cover: Kurt Huggins
208 pages, $7.99 on newsstands until October 22, 2018
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