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Abyss & Apex Issue 36: 4th Quarter 2010 by (Abyss & Apex 25 October 2010 / ) - Abyss & Apex Issue 36: 4th Quarter 2010
(takes PayPal donations)

Table of Contents:
Editorial – The Line Between Literary and Genre Fiction. by Wendy S. Delmater
Short Fiction:
Sunlight by Kelly Dwyer
Rumor of Wings by Alter S. Reiss
For the Cause of the Saints by Gary Cuba
Remembrance of Things Past by James Hartley
High Art by Alan Smale
Flash Fiction:
Spirits in the Night by Michael Swanwick
Salt Brides by Shira Lipkin
Dragon Wind by David C. Kropaska-Merkel
Extinction Level Event by John C. Mannone
(see review)

Analog Science Fiction and Fact - December 2010 - Vol. CXXX No.12 by (Analog 25 October 2010 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact – December 2010 – Vol. CXXX No.12

Table of Contents:
The Man from Downstream by Shane Tourtelotte
Home Is Where the Hub Is by Christopher L. Bennett
Primum Non Nocere by H.G. Stratmann
Short Stories:
The Hebras and the Demons and the Damned by Brenda Cooper
Deca-Dad by Ron Collins
Happy Are the Bunyips by Carl Frederick
A Placebo Effect by Brian C. Coad
Science Fact:
Tips for the Budget Time-Traveler by Shane Tourtelotte
Probability Zero:
Spell Czech by William Michael McCarthy
Reader's Departments:
The Editor's Page
In Times to Come
The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
(see review)

Apex Magazine – Issue 17 by (Apex Magazine 25 October 2010 / ) - Apex Magazine – Issue 17
Accepts Paypal donations

Table of Contents:
Original Fiction: Still Life (A Sexagesimal Fairy Tale) by Ian Tregellis
Original Fiction: The Girl Who Had Six Fingers by Brenda Stokes Barron
Reprint: Citizen Komarova Finds Love by Ekaterina Sedia (originally appeared in Exotic Gothic 3)
Poetry: Love’s Ecology by Rose Lemburg
Poetry: Anything So Utterly Destroyed by Elizabeth McClellan
(see review)

Asimov’s Science Fiction - December 2010 - Vol. 34 Nos. 12 - (Whole Number 419) by (Asimov's 22 October 2010 / ) - Asimov’s Science Fiction – December 2010 – Vol. 34 Nos. 12 – (Whole Number 419)

Table of Contents:
Cover art of “Plus or Minus” by John Picacio
Plus or Minus by James Patrick Kelly
Warfriends by Tom Purdom
Short Stories:
Libertarian Russia by Michael Swanwick
Sins of the Father by Sara Genge
Freia in the Sunlight by Gergory Norman Bossert
Variations by Ian Werkheiser
Excellence by Robert Reed
The Prize Beyond Gold by Ian Creasey
Uncle E by Carol Emshwiller
Xenoaesthetics by F.J. Bergmann
Sailor by Mark Rich
Blueprint for a Domed City by Jessica Taylor
Editorial: Sheila and Ted’s Excellent Adventure by Sheila Williams
Reflections: Rereading Kornbluth by Robert Silverberg
Next Issue
On Books by Peter Heck
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Black Static Nineteen - October/November 2010 by (TTA Press 26 October 2010 / ) - Black Static Nineteen – October/November 2010
TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB6 2LB, UK

Cover Art – “They Will Not Rest” by Ben Baldwin

Table of Contents:
White Noise – news compiled by Peter Tennant
Interference - column by Christopher Fowler
Night's Plutonian Shore - column by Mike O’Driscoll
Electric Darkness - column by Stephen Volk
Chain Reaction by Steve Rasnic Tem - art by Dave Senecal
Beachcombing by Ray Chuley – art by Richard Wagner
The Sleep Mask by Joel Lane
They Will Not Rest by Simon Clark– art by Ben Baldwin
The Wound Dresser by Lavie Tidhar – art by Daniele Serra
Case Notes – book Reviews by Peter Tennant
Blood Spectrum - DVD/Blu-ray reviews by Tony Lee
(see review)

Bull Spec #3 - Autumn 2010 by (Bull Spec 26 October 2010 / ) - Bull Spec #3 – Autumn 2010
Cover Art – Jason Strutz For "The Story of Listener and Yu-En"
Published quarterly by BULL SPEC/PO Box 13146, Durham, NC 27709
Price per print issue $3.75 plus shipping or pdf for free, $15 for four issues plus shipping, NC residents add sales tax. (you can also add up to $5 per subscription or $3 per issue as a gift to the contributors)

Table of Contents:
Story of Listener and Yu-En by Lavie Tidhar
Turning Back the Clock by David Steffen
Cityscape by Denali Hyatt
Like Parchment in the Fire by Katherine Sparrow
You’re Almost Here by Melinda Thielbar
Graphic Short:
Closed System by Mike Gallegher - Part 3 of 4
The Legions of Fire (Excerpt) by David Drake – Review by Paul Kincaid - Interview by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
Where I Write: Joe Haldemann – Article by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
Zero History: William Gibson – Article by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
The Way of Kings: Brandon Sanderson – Article by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
Fifteen: Tachyon Publications – Article by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
Greasing the Pan by Paul T. Ridell– Review by Jeff VanderMeer – Interview by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
The Order of Dagonet: Firetower Studios: Jeremy Whitley and Jason Strutz - Interview by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal – Review by Natania Barron
The Dervish House by Ian McDonalsd – Review by Richard Dansky
The Cardinal’s Blades by Perre Pevel – Review by Richard Dansky
The Bird of the River by Kage Baker – Review by Joseph Giddings
Dolly Bone Dream by Deborah Walker
The Standing Stones Have Fallen by Deborah Walker
When I Grow Up by David Sklar
Magnetic Moment by Rob Elkind
Thread Head by Matt Ronquillo
With a Chance of Sucking Vacuum by Robert Laughlin
What the Poet Wrote After His Wife Put That Big Seed Pod Under His Bed by Robert Laughlin
Trilingual Flash Fiction:
Sand by Natania Barron
A Crowded Place by Paul Celmer
Translated into French by Gio Clarval
Translated into Spanish by Itzel Leaf

Editorial - Mind the Newstand by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online – 10/2010 by (Flash Fiction Online 25 October 2010 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – 10/2010
10 Ridgeview Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052

Table of Contents:
In This Issue: Jake Freivald – Slouching Towards Halloween
Flash 10/2010, #1: Erin E. Stocks – Becoming Normal
Flash 10/2010, #2: Shannon Connor Winward – When She's Ready
Flash 10/2010, #3: Stephen Smith – Childhood Fears
Classic Flash #42: Lord Dunsany – The Day of the Poll
Classic Flash #43: H.P. Lovecraft – Despair
For Writers: H.P. Lovecraft – Notes on Writing Weird Fiction
(see review)

Lightspeed October 2010 by (Lightspeed 26 October 2010 / ) - Lightspeed October 2010
Publisher – Sean Wallace
Fiction Editor – John Joseph Adams
Nonfiction Editor – Andrea Kail
Audio Editor – Stefan Rudnicki
Assistant Editors – Christie Yant, Erin Stocks, Stacey Friedberg

Cover – Scott Grimando

Table of Contents:
Hindsight by Sarah Langan (Original, October 5)
Tight Little Stitches in a Dead Man's Back by Joe R. Lansdale (Reprint, October 12)
The Taste of Starlight by John R. Fultz (Original, October 19)
Beachworld by Stephen King (Reprint, October 26)
Author Spotlights:
Sarah Langan
Joe R. Lansdale
John R. Fultz
When Universes Collide by Dr. Pamela Gay
Feature Interview: Marc Laidlaw, creator of Half-Life by Matt London (October 12)
Considering Cryonics by Dr. Gregory Benford (October 19)
Five Planets That Will Kill You Dead by Genevieve Valentine (October 26)
(see review)

Shimmer - Number 12 by (Shimmer 25 October 2010 / ) - Shimmer – Number 12
PO Box 58591, Salt Lake City, UT 84158-0591
$6/Single Issue - $22/4 issues

Table of Contents:
The Mike and Carly Story, Without the Gossip by Peter M. Ball
Seek Him I’th’Other Place Yourself by Josh Storey
Near the Flame by Erin Cashier
Red and Grandma Inside the Wolf by Carmen Lau
An Organization Man in the Long Time After Legends by Jen Volant
Crepuscular by Ben Francisco
You Had Me at Rarrrgg by Nicky Draden
No Place Like Home, or Building the Yellow Brook Road by Krista Hoeppner Leahy
Five Letters from New Laverne by Monica Byrne
Artists and Illustrations
Shimmery Staff
(see review)

Space and Time #112 - Winter 2010 by (Space and Time 25 October 2010 / ) - Space and Time #112 – Winter 2010
Space and Time, 458 Elizabeth Avenue, #5348, Somerset, NJ 08873
Single issue - $5.00 + $1.50 shipping, Subscriptions 4/$20 (outside US 4/$22)

Table of Contents:
Pegleg and Paddy Save the World by Jonathan Maberry
Getting Zoe Fixed by T.D. Edge
Fresh Juice by Scott Harper
Ceasing to be Visible by Richard Harland
Celestial Death-Match by Richard Pitaniello
Your Bones by John Stephen Walsh
Come on Home by Patrick Thomas
Iron in the Fire by Devon Barrett
Icarus Too by Corrine De Winter
How to Tell If It’s a Toxic Beach by Bruce Boston
Old Growth by Wade Greman
Hark by G.O. Clark
Editor’s Geeble by Hildy Silverman
“Tigerheart” by Peter David – A Review by Sam Tomaino
Days of Future Past by Daniel M. Kimmel
Word Ninja by Linda D. Addison
(see review)

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction November/December 2010 - Volume 119, No. 5&6, Whole No. 692 by Gordon Van Gelder (Fantasy & Science Fiction 25 October 2010 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction November/December 2010 – Volume 119, No. 5&6, Whole No. 692
This issue has an on-sale date of October 26, 2010

Table of Contents:
Dead Man’s Run by Robert Reed
Plinth Without Figure by Alexander Jablokov
Swamp City Lament by Alexandra Duncan
Death Must Die by Albert E, Cowdrey
Short Stories:
The Exterminator’s Want Ad by Bruce Sterling
Crumbs by Michaela Roessner
Venues by Richard Bowes
Planning Ahead by Jerry Oltion
Free Elections by Alan Dean Foster
Ware of the Worlds by Michael Alexander
The Closet by John Kessel
Teen Love Science Club by Terry Bisson
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Books by Elizabeth Hand
Plumage from Pegasus: The Royalties of the Fathers by Paul Di Filippo
Films: I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night by Lucius Shepard
Coming Attractions
Competition #80
Index to Volumes 118 & 119 -255-
Curiosities by Paul Di Filippo
Cartoons: Arthur Masear, J.P. Rini, Bill Long
(see review)

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