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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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