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Asimov's Science Fiction – June 2008 – Vol. 32 No. 6 (Whole Number 389) by Sheila Williams (Asimov's Science Fiction 26 March 2008 / ) - Asimov's Science Fiction – June 2008 – Vol. 32 No. 6 (Whole Number 389)

Table of Contents:
Novella: The Hob Carpet by Ian MacLeod

    Call Back Yesterday by Nancy Kress
    The Auctioneer and the Antiquarian, Or, 1962 by Forrest Aguirre
Short Stories:
    Surprise Party by James Patrick Kelly
    Burgerdroid by Felicity Shoulders
    Beneath Sunlit Shadows by Derek Kunsken
    Gabe's Globster by Lawrence Person
    War Gods by Bruce Holland Rogers
    Fireflies by Geoffrey A. Landis
    Time Travel Time by Ruth Berman
    Editorial: Making an Entrance by Sheila Williams
    Reflections: The Death of Gallium by Robert Silverberg
    On the Net: Son of Gallimaufry by James Patrick Kelly
    On Books by Peter Heck
    The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Black Static Three – February 2008 by Andy Cox (TTA Press 26 March 2008 / ) - Black Static Three – February 2008
TTA Press, % Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB6 2LB, UK
Table of Contents:

    White Noise – Editorial
    The Pit by Alexander Glass
    Blood Spectrum by Tony Lee (DVD Reviews)
    The Mists of Lichthafen by Seth Skorowski
    Electric Darkness by Stephen Volk (article)
    The Sentinels by Tony Richards
    Interference by Christopher Fowler (movies)
    The Difference Between by Ian R. Faulkner
    Case Notes by Peter Tennant (books)
    The Morning After by Carole Johnstone
    The Fantasy Jumper by Will McIntosh
    Night's Plutonian Shore by Mike O'Driscoll (opinion)
    The Toad and I by Matthew Holness
(see review)

Greatest Uncommon Denominator Magazine – Issue 2 – Spring 2008 by (GUD Publishing 26 March 2008 / ) - Greatest Uncommon Denominator Magazine – Issue 2 – Spring 2008
Greatest Uncommon Denominator Publishing, PO Box 1537, Laconia, NH 03247
Subscription Rate – USD 18.00/2 issues, USD 10.00/1 issue, USD 3.50/electronic copy

Table of Contents:

    Day of the Dead by Jamie Dee Galey (Art)
    El Alebrije by D. Richard Pearce (Fiction)
    Subtlety by Lucy A. Snyder (Poetry)
    Four Torments and a Judgment by Erik Williams (Fiction)
    Heptocellular Carcinoma, Stage IV by Samantha Henderson (Poetry)
    Sam-Sharp Walls by newel anderson (Art)
    Painlessness by Kirstyn McDermott (Fiction)
    Watching the playoffs by Jim Kacian
    Dolls by Kristine Ong Muslim (Poetry)
    The Disappearance of Juliana by John Walters (Fiction)
    Sam by newel anderson (Art)
    Offworld Friends Are Best by Neal Blaikie (Fiction)
    Monkeyshine by Hugh Fox (Fiction)
    Baby Edward by Jeremy C. Shipp (Fiction)
    Jamie Hawkins' Muse by Vanessa Gebbie (Fiction)
    Freight by Joseph Love (Fiction)
    Untitled Collaborative by Mike Capp, Justin Hillgrove and Shane Marcouillier (Art)
    Under the Flowers a Carcass Waits by Rusty Barnes (Poetry)
    Worldly Divine by Cameron Gray (Art)
    The Salivary Reflex by Tina Connolly (Fiction)
    Nan by Scott Christian Carr (Fiction)
    By Zombies; Eaten by Christopher Buecheler (Fiction)
    Rise by newel anderson (Art)
    The Festival of Colour by Paul Haines (Fiction)
    Thou Shalt by Hugh Fox (Poetry)
    closer in my heart to thee by Jeff Somers (Fiction)
    Contributor Biographies
(see review)

Murky Depths #3 by Terry Martin (Murky Depths 26 March 2008 / ) - Murky Depths - Issue #3

Table of Contents:

    An Interview with Stan Nicholls
    Matt Wallace's Depth Charge - Sprawl and Brawl: Five Reasons Why Cyberpunk Sustains
Poetry: Zombie Diva by Glynn Barrass


    What's Yours Is Mine by Pike Stephenson
    The Suicide Bar by Montilee Stormer
    Nine-Tenths of the Law by Edward Morris
    In This the Era of the Great Wilting by Jeffrey Archer-Burton
    Shit New World by Martin Hayes
    Maimed by Hazel Marcus Ong
    SPOIL by Stan Nicholls
    Speak Ill of the Dead by Ian Faulkner
    The Love Ship Guide to Seduction in Zero Gravity by Steven Pirie
Graphic Fiction:
    Evention by Mike Webster
    Death and the Maiden 3 by Richard Calder
    The Dark Gospel 2 – Satan Rising by Luke Cooper
(see review)

Shimmer – Volume 2, Issue 4, The Art Issue, 2008 by Beth Wodzinski (Publisher, Editor-in-Chief) (Shimmer 26 March 2008 / ) - Shimmer – Volume 2, Issue 4, The Art Issue, 2008
PO Box 58591, Salt Lake City, UT 84158-0591
$6/Single Issue - $22/4 issues
Guest Editor – Mary Robinette Kowal
Cover Artist – Penny's Grave by John Picacio

Table of Contents:

    Penny Wise by Kurt Kirchmeier
    Interview with John Picacio
    A Very Young Boy with Largely Clipped Wings by Michael Livingston
    Within the City of the Swan by Aliette de Bodard
    Even Songbirds Are Kept in Cages by Josh Vogt
    Monologue with Birds and Burin by Daniel A. Rabuzzi
    Dresses, Three by Angela Slatter
    Flying and Falling by Kuzhali Manickavel
    Artists and Illustrations
    Shimmery Staff
(see review)

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction – May 2008 – Vol. 114, No. 5 – Whole number 472 by Gordon Van Gelder (Fantasy & Science Fiction 26 March 2008 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction – May 2008 – Vol. 114, No. 5 – Whole number 472
Cover by Mark Evans for "Immortal Snake"

Table of Contents:

    Immortal Snake by Rachel Pollak
    Circle by George Tucker
Short Stories:
    Reunion by Robert Reed
    Rebecca's Locket by S.L. Gilbow
    Firooz and His Brother by Alex Jeffers
    Thrilling Wonder Stories by Albert E. Cowdrey
    Traitor by M. Rickert
    Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
    Books by Elizabeth Hand
    Plumage from Pegasus: Matchmaker, Matchmaker… by Paul Di Filippo
    Coming Attractions
    Films: Heretical Dustup… by Kathi Maio
    Curiosities by David Langford
(see review)

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