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Analog Sep/Oct 2021

Analog Sep/Oct 2021

Analog Science Fiction & Fact [v91 #9 & 10, September/October 2021] ed. Trevor Quachi, mng ed. Emily Hockaday (Dell Magazines, $7.99, 208pp, digest, cover by Kurt Huggins)
2 • Contents pages
4 • Guest Editorial: The “New Normal” Trap • Stanley Schmidt • ed
10 • Kepler’s Laws • Jay Werkheiser • sl
82 • Science Fact: Orbital Nuclear Power System (ONPS): The Foundation of an Interplanetary Civilization • Donald Wilkins • cl
89 • The Maestro’s Final Work • Alan Ira Gordon • pm
90 • The Book Keepers • J.T. Sharrah • nv; illustration by Tomislav Tikulin
108 • Extrasolar Redundancy in the Nova Tortuga Model of Preservation for Dermochelys coriacea • Bianca Sayan • ss
117 • Quieter Songs Inland • Marissa Lingen • ss
120 • Last Dance at the Gunrunners’ Ball • Joel Richards • ss
126 • When Ada Is • Holly Schofield • ss
128 • The Alternate View: Where’s All the Antimatter? • John G. Cramer • cl
131 • Quantum Entanglement • Ken Poyner • pm
132 • Timing • Robert Scherrer • ff
134 • Room to Live • Marie Vibbert • ss
139 • In Times to Come • Anon • ms
140 • The Soul is Ten Thousand Parts • Chelsea Obodoechina • ss
144 • To Feed the Animals • John J. Vester • ss
151 • The Hunger • Marco Frassetto • nv
168 • The Silence Before I Sleep • Adam-Troy Castro • na; illustration by Kurt Huggins
205 • Don Sakers (1958–2021) • Anon • ob
206 • Brass Tacks • [The Readers] • lc
_206 • [letter] • Cy Chauvin • lt
_206 • [letter] • Joseph Kesselman • lt
_206 • [letter] • Richard M. Boothe • lt
_207 • [letter] • David Wolff • lt
_207 • [letter] • Malcolm Dunn • lt
_207 • [letter] • John Howard Brown • lt
208 • Upcoming Events • Anthony Lewis • cl

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Analog Jul/Aug 2021

Analog Jul/Aug 2021

Analog Science Fiction & Fact [v141 #7 & 8, July/August 2021] ed. Trevor Quachi, mng ed. Emily Hockaday (Dell Magazines, $7.99, 208pp, digest, cover by Tomislav Tikulin)
2 • Contents pages
4 • The Analytical Laboratory: 2020 Results • Anon • ms
6 • Guest Editorial: Hello to Maturity • John J. Vester • ed
9 • The Unlikely Heroines of Callisto Station • Marie Vibbert • na
58 • Science Fact: Return to the Golden Age: Why Venus Might Actually Once Have Been Habitable • Richard A. Lovett • cl
64 • The Next Frontier • Rosemary Claire Smith • nv; illustrated by Eldar Zakirov
80 • The Heroes of the Nation • Brenda Kalt • ss
87 • A Daguerreotype of the Moon • Jennifer Crow • pm
88 • Mandatory Arbitration • Leonard Richardson • ss; illustred by Soo Lee
94 • Siliconisis • Tom Jolly • ss
98 • Seed Bombs • Juliet Kemp • ff (Flash Fiction)
100 • The Alternate View: Pulsars, Super-Massive Black Holes, and the Gravitational Wave Background • John G. Cramer • cl
103 • Special Feature: Taming the Serpent • Edward M. Wysocki, Jr. • es
110 • Tin Man • Edd Vick & Manny Frishberg • ss
116 • Humility • James C. Glass • ss
126 • Sample Return • C. Stuart Hardwick • nv
138 • Special Feature: Like School, But There’s No Recess: An Interview with Katie Mack • Alvaro Zinos-Amaro • iv
144 • The First Martian World War • Herb Kauderer • ff (Flash Fiction)
146 • The Last Farewell • Alan K. Baker • ss
149 • When I Think of My Father • Bruce McAllister • pm
150 • Rocket • Frank Wu • ss
154 • Reassembly • Audrey Ference • ss
162 • In Times to Come • Anon • ms
163 • Minnie and the Trekker • Raymund Eich • ss
174 • Long Day Lake • Joe McDermott • nv; illustrated by Tomislav Tikulin
198 • The Reference Library • Don Sakers • rc
_199 • The Godel Operation, James L. Cambias, Baen, 288pp, $16.00, tpb • br
_200 • Speculative Los Angeles, Denize Hamilton (ed), Akhasic, 272pp, $25.95, hc • br
_200 • Screams From the Void, Anne Tibbets, Flame Tree Press, 231pp, $24.95, hc • br
_202 • Creatures of Passage, Morowa Yejidé, Akhasic, 304pp, $25.00, hc • br
_202 • A River Called Time, Courttia Newland, Akhasic, 464pp, $28.95, hc • br
_203 • Arachne’s Exile, Christopher L. Bennett, eSpec, 238pp, $14.95 tpb • br
_203 • Dragons, Ty Drago, eSpec, 386pp, $18.95, tpb • br
_204 • The 18th Race Omnibus, David Sherman & Keith R.A. DeCandido, eSpec, 554pp, $34.95, tpb • br
206 • Brass Tacks • [The Readers] • lc
_206 • [letter] • Richard M. Boothe • lt
_206 • [letter] • Ken Gilbert • lt
_207 • [letter] • Ken Winkes • lt
_207 • [letter] • Daniel Pitterman • lt
208 • Upcoming Events • Anthony Lewis • cl

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Analog MayJun 2021

Analog MayJun 2021

Analog Science Fiction & Fact [v141 #5 & 6, May/June 2021] ed. Trevor Quachi, mng ed. Emily Hockaday (Dell Magazines, $7.99, 208pp, digest, cover by Shutterstock.com)
2 • Contents pages
4 • Guest Editorial: A Frightened New World • John J. Vester • ed
6 • Your Homeworld Is Gone • Leslie J. Anderson • pm
7 • Ben Bova (1932–2020) • Trevor Quachi • ob
7 • Ben and Me • Stanley Schmidt • ob
8 • Dangerous Orbit • M.T. Reiten • ss; illustration by Dominic Harman
19 • Relative Distances • Robert Frazier • pm
20 • Science Fact: Possible Signs of Life on Venus • David L. Clements • cl
26 • Heart of Stone • Tom Jolly • ss; illustration by Eldar Zakirov
35 • Longevity Averaging • Neal Asher • ss
50 • Sunward Planet • Terry Franklin • ss
53 • Small Turn of the Ladder • Kelly Lagor • ss
56 • In-Flight Damage • Sara Kate Ellis • ss
62 • Alone in the Cold • Tim Stevens • ss
72 • Special Feature: Imaginary Exoplanets • Charles Q. Choi • es
78 • The Alternate View: Intelligence Life in Our Galaxy? • John G. Cramer • cl
81 • Dancing on Spun Sugar • Meghan Feldman • ss
94 • Pilgrimage • Michael Adam Robson • ss; illustrated by Kurt Huggins
102 • Absolutes • Jay Werkheiser • ss
108 • Dendrochromatic Data Recovery Report 45-274 • Steve Toase • ss
112 • Flash Fiction: Paole Vaulting on Moon Six • Lawson Dumbeck • ff
114 • The Message • Bond Elam • ss
117 • The Alternate View: Astronomy VS. Space-Based Internet. Is There a Win-Win? • Richard A. Lovett • cl
120 • Special Feature: A Solid Prediction • Edward M. Wysocki, Jr. • es
126 • Five-Star Review • Beth McMillan • ss
130 • Two Factor • Elisabeth R. Adams • ss
140 • Eyes to the Height • Sean Monaghan • ss
149 • In Times to Come • Anon • ms
150 • The Summoner’s Apprentice * Tessa Fisher • ss
166 • Uploading Angela • Lettie Prell • ss
199 • The Reference Library • Don Sakers • rc
_200 • Remote Control, Nnedi Okorafor, Tor.com, 160pp, $19.99, hc • Don Sakers • br
_200 • Situation Normal, Leonard Richardson, Candlemark & Gleam, 496pp, $24.95, tpb • Don Sakers • br
_201 • How to Mars, David Ebenbach, Tachyon, 240pp, $16.95, tpb • Don Sakers • br
_201 • Rich Man’s Sky, Wil McCarthy, Baen, 320pp, $25.00, hc • Don Sakers • br
_202 • Books, Kindle, Nook, $6.99, e-book • Don Sakers • br
_202 • At the End of the Journey, Charles E. Gannon, Baen, 304pp, $25.00, hc • Don Sakers • br
_203 • Water Horse, Melissa Scott, Candlemark & Gleam, 290pp, $24.95, tpb • Don Sakers • br
_203 • Lockdown Tales, Neal Asher, NewCon Press, 305pp, pb • Don Sakers • br
_204 • Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives, David Eagleman, Vintage, 128pp, $15.95, tpb • Don Sakers • br
205 • Brass Tacks • [The Readers] • lc
_205 • [letter] • Elliot Jackman • lt
_205 • [letter] • Anonymous • lt
_205 • [letter] • Marie Vibbert • lt
_205 • [letter] • Dan Quibell • lt
_206 • [letter] • Scott Edelman • lt
_206 • [letter] • Dale E. Kloss • lt
_206 • [letter] • Joanne Bulley • lt
_207 • [letter] • Anthony Baranyi • lt
_207 • [letter] • JP Mihok • lt
208 • Upcoming Events • Anthony Lewis • 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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