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Analog Science Fiction and Fact – June 2008 – Vol. CXXVIII No. 6 by (Analog 24 April 2008 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact – June 2008 – Vol. CXXVIII No. 6

Table of Contents:
Novella: Brittney's Labyrinth by Richard A. Lovett

    "Waterbot" by Ben Bova
    "Demand Ecology" by Craig DeLancey
    "The Late Sam Boone" by Bud Sparhawk
Short Stories:
    "Back" by Susan Forest
    "Finalizing History" by Richard K. Lyon
Science Fact:
    "Peroxide Snow, Ejected Moons, and Deserts That Create Themselves" by Richard A. Lovett
Poem: "On the Evolution of God" by Robert Lundy

Reader's Departments:

    The Editor's Page
    In Times to Come
    The Alternate View by Jeffrey D. Kooistra
    The Reference Library by Tom Easton
    Brass Tacks
    Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
      (see review)

      Apex Science Fiction & Horror Digest – Volume 1, Number 12 by (Apex 24 April 2008 / ) - Apex Science Fiction & Horror Digest – Volume 1, Number 12
      Cover Art – I Can't Look at the City – Osvaldo Gonzalez
      Subscription Rates: $20 for one year (four issues) – $24 in Canada/Mexico - $34 International, PO Box 24323, Lexington, KY 40524.

      Table of Contents:

        "Death Comes For All" by Brian Keene & Steven L. Shrewsbury
        "The Heavy" by Cherie Priest
        "To Know How to See" by Michael West
        "I Can't Look at the City" by Jim Stewart
        "PstFlesh" by Paul Jessup
        "Covenant" by Lavie Tidhar
        "Broken Strand" by Maurice Broaddus
        "Feverish Solutions" by Ryck Neube
        "Clementine" by Joy Marchand
        "Solomon's Bad Luck" by Brandy Schwan
        "Cain XP11 (Conclusion): The Wicked King" by Geoffrey Girard
        "Curve Balls in the Rift" by Durand Welsh
        "Dear Diary" by Sara Genge
        Hal Duncan interviews Jeff VanderMeer
        "Little Red Riding Hood – Life on the Path" by Angela Slatter
        Interview with Laura Anne Gilman
        Making Dynamite by Alethea Kontis
      (see review)

      Asimov's Science Fiction – July 2008 – Vol. 32 No. 7 – (Whole Number 390) by Sheila Williams (Asimov's Science Fiction 26 April 2008 / ) - Asimov's Science Fiction – July 2008 – Vol. 32 No. 7 – (Whole Number 390)

      Table of Contents:
      Novella: The Philosopher's Stone by Brian Stableford


        Lester Young and the Jupiter's Moons' Blues by Gord Sellar
        Vinegar Peace, Or, the Wrong-Way Used-Adult Orphanage by Michael Bishop
      Short Stories:
        The Woman Under the World by Steven Utley
        Cascading Violet Hair by R. Neube
        26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss by Kij Johnson
      Poetry: Light Across an Impossible Lake by Mark Rich


        Editorial: Two Robots and an Alien Walk into a Bar by Sheila Williams
        Reflections: Rereading Stapledn II by Robert Silverberg
        In Memoriam: Janet Kagan
        Thought Experiments: When the Whole World Looked Up by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
        On Books by Paul Di Filippo
        The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
      (see review)

      Flash Fiction Online – 4/2008 by (Flash Fiction Online 26 April 2008 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – 4/2008
      10 Ridgeview Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052

      Table of Contents
      Fool Flash – Editorial by Jake Freivald

        Flash 4/2008, #1: The Dyslexicon by Carl Frederick
        Flash 4/2008, #2: Call of the Wild, Line Three by Dalton Keane
        Flash 4/2008, #3: Fast Living by Hank Quense
        Flash 4/2008, #4: How Not to Stage a Play ... by Kurt Bachard
        Classic Flash #5: Quiet, Please by Kevin Scott
      (see review)

      Interzone – Issue 215 – April 2008 by (TTA Press 24 April 2008 / ) - Interzone – Issue 215 – April 2008
      Table of Contents

        The Endling by Jamie Barras – illustrator: Darren Winter
        Dragonfly Summer by Patrick Samphire – illustrator: Warwick Fraser-Coombe
        Crystal Nights by Greg Egan – illustrator: Warwick Fraser-Coombe
        Holding Pattern by Joy Marchand – illustrator: Warwick Fraser-Coombe
        Street Hero by Will McIntosh – illustrator: Chris Nurse
        The Imitation Game by Rudy Rucker
        Editorial: Books!
        Ansible Link by David Langford
      Interview: Relevations and Possibilities: Mike Carey – Interview by Andrew Hedgecock


        Bookzone – Review of 2007
        Mutant Popcorn – Nick Lowe's Regular Review of Film Releases
        Laser Fodder – Tony Lee's Regular Review of DVD Releases
      (see review)

      Jim Baen's Universe – Vol. 2 Number 6 –April 2008 by (Baen 24 April 2008 / ) - Jim Baen's Universe – Vol. 2 Number 6 –April 2008
      Table of Contents
      Science Fiction Stories:

        Manumission by Tobias S. Buckell
        Virtually, A Cat by Jody Lynn Nye
        Indomitable by Jack McDevitt
        Honorable Enemies: A Jake Masters Mystery by Mike Resnick
      Fantasy Stories:
        Scraps of Fog by Sarah A. Hoyt
        The Witch of Waxahachie by Lou Antonelli
        Knight of Coins by Margaret Ronald
        Countdown to Armageddon, Episode Four by Edward M. Lerner
        Fish Story, Episode Twelve by Eric Flint, Dave Freer and Andrew Dennis
        Becoming Stewards of Our World: The Great Theme of the 21st Century, Part Two, Editing the Sun: A Way Out Way Out by Gregory Benford
        Earth's Next Schism by Stephen Euin Cobb
      Introducing Stories:
        Red Tape and Cold Iron, or A Proposal for the Reintroduction of the Faery Folk to the United Kingdom by Lucy Bond
        Extreme Reservations by R. J. Ortega
      Classic: Born of the Sun by Jack Williamson


        Attending Worldcon by Mike Resnick
        A Matter of Symbiosis by Eric Flint
        The Matrix and the Star Maker by Mike Resnick
        The Toy Shop by Barry N. Malzberg
        April 2008, What's New in The Future And You by Stephen Euin Cobb
      (see review)

      Jupiter XX: Taygete – April 2008 by (Jupiter 25 April 2008 / ) - Jupiter XX: Taygete – April 2008
      Editor - Ian Redman
      Cover – Michael J. King
      Subscriptions are 10 Pounds for 4 issues. Individual issues are 2.75 Pounds
      Jupiter, 19 Bedford Road, Yeovil, Somerset, BA2I 5UG, UK

      Table of Contents

      The Humming Place by Ralph Greco, Jr.
      Asymptote by Jens Rushing
      Pride and Joy by Gustavo Bondoni
      Descendance by George Newberry
      Roadrider by Gareth D. Jones
      The Day Draws Nigh by Sim Waters
      The Mine by Neil J. Benyon

      The Steam-Powered Robot by G.O. Clark
      (see review)

      Kaleidotrope – Issue 4 – April 2008 by (Kaleidotrope 27 April 2008 / ) - Kaleidotrope – Issue 4 – April 2008
      P.O. Box 25, Carle Place, NY 11514
      Individual Issues $4, Two-year subscription $16

      Table of Contents:

        "Molting" by Andrew Howard
        "Word Count: Negative 1" by Ashley Arnold
        "The Three Wishes of Miles Vander" by Bill Ward
        "Premature" by Mark Rich
        "Paradise" by Adam Lowe
        "White Sheets" by Mike Driver
        "Rome (a Metrophilia)" by Brendan Connell
        "Half-Sneeze Johnny" by Kurt Kirchmeier
        "My Cthulhu Story" (a comic) by G.W. Thomas
        "Furrier" by Flavian Mark Lupinetti
        "She's a Hearth" by Paul Abbamondi
        "The Life and Times of a Hungry World, Told Briefly" by Alex Dally MacFarlane
        "The Transparency" by Michael Obilade
        "Househunting on Mars" by Bonita Kale
        "Praise for What I Don't Know" by Thomas Zimmerman
        "Cracked Shells" by Beth Langford
        "Spring in the Lab" by Alyce Wilson
        "Farm School" by Marcie Lynn Tentchoff
        "A Manual For Good Housekeeping in the Age of Global Warming" by Miranda Gaw
        "Ivanikha" by Dana Koster
        Two Poems by Franz K. Baskett
        "Worldviews on a Desert Trail" by Jason Huskey
        "Towards the Afterlife" by Aurelio Rico Lopez III
        "Who Goes There," Betty Ragan's interview with Marc Schuster and Tom Powers
        "The Rise of the Fembots: A Brief Introduction to Female Android Sexuality in Film" by Eric Borer
        Artwork from Remi Treuer, Rod Walker, and Lisa Willis
      (see review)

      Talebones: Fiction on the Dark Edge #36 – March 2008 by (Talebones 24 April 2008 / ) - Talebones: Fiction on the Dark Edge #36 – March 2008
      Subscriptions: $24 for one year, $44 for two years, Sample copy $7, Canada: add $1.50 per issue
      Foreign add $5.00 per issue, USA funds only
      Address - 21528 104th St. Ct. East, Bonney Lake WA 98391

      Table of Contents

        The Cankerman Shower by Paul Melko
        Rock House by James Van Pelt
        The Thickness of a Warp by Dean Wesley Smith
        The Castle Montresor by Jason D. Wittman
        A Secret Life of Gluttony by Joy Marchand
        The Rings of Jupiter by David Walton
        Towfish Blues by John A. Pitts
      Poetry and Verse:
        Three Things by Lisa M. Bradley
        God as a Swarm of Bees by Carma Lynn Park
        The Night Creatures by Greg Schwartz
        Rare Flowers by Mikal Trimm
        Bare Bones – Editorial
        Tell Tales – Letters to Talebones
        Tattle Tales – Contributor Bios
        Orion's Oracle – Next Issue
      (see review)

      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction – June 2008 - Volume 114, No. 6, Whole No. 673 by (Fantasy & Science Fiction 25 April 2008 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction – June 2008 - Volume 114, No. 6, Whole No. 673

      Table of Contents:

        The Art of Alchemy by Ted Kosmatka
        The Salting and Canning of Benevolence D. by Al Michaud
        Litany by Rand B. Lee
      Short Stories:
        Fergus by Mary Patterson Thornburg
        Character Flu by Robert Reed
        Monkey See by P.E. Cunningham
        Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
        Musing on Books by Michelle West
        Coming Attractions
        Films: A Tale of Two Turkeys (Maybe Three) by Lucius Shepard
        Curiosities by Paul Di Filippo
      Cartoons: Arthur Masear, Bill Long, J.P. Rini
      (see review)

      Weird Tales – Jan/Feb 2008 - Issue 348 – Vol. 63, No. 1 by (Wildside Press 24 April 2008 / ) - Weird Tales – Jan/Feb 2008 - Issue 348 – Vol. 63, No. 1
      Cover Illustration - Pisces by Saara Salmi

      Table of Contents

        "The House of Idiot Children" by W.H. Pugmire & M.K. Snyder
        "Landscape, With Fish" by Karen Heuler
        "Events at Fort Plentitude" by Cat Rambo
        "The Stone & Bone Boy" by Calvin Mills
        "Renovations" by Matthew Pridham
        "Brief Glimpses from Another World" by F.J. Bergmann
        "Lament for a One-Legged Lady" by Lisa M. Bradley
        "Weirdism: Walking with the Beast" by Amanda Gannon
        Interview: Melissa Marr by Elizabeth Genco
        "Lost Pages: Windmill or Giant?" by Ira Marcks
        "To Morrow, With Love" by Darrell Schweitzer
      Columns and Departments:
        The Eyrie
        Letters Etc
        The Library
        Lost in Lovecraft
        Old Weird, New Weird
      (see review)

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