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Abyss & Apex Issue 37: 1st Quarter 2011 by Wendy S. Delmater (Abyss & Apex 24 January 2011 / ) - Abyss & Apex Issue 37: 1st Quarter 2011
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Table of Contents:
Editorial – A&A Moves to World Press! by Wendy S. Delmater Short Fiction:
Of Ambergris, Blood and Brandy by J. Kathleen Cheney
A New Bridge Across the Lethe by Howard V. Hendrix
Mind-Diver by Vylar Kaftan
Twice Given by Lindsey Duncan
The Halo Wave by Lael Salaets
Flash Fiction:
The Last Tower by C.J. Cherryh Poetry:
High Strung by WC Roberts
Stone Queen by Wendy N. Wagner

(see review)

Apex Magazine - Issue 20 by (Apex 24 January 2011 / ) - Apex Magazine – Issue 20
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Table of Contents:
Original Fiction: The Itaewon Eschatology by Douglas F. Warrick
Original Fiction: The Tolling of Pavlov’s Bells by Seanan McGuire
Reprint: Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Mary Robinette Kowal (originally appeared in Gratia Placenti, 2007)
Poetry: The Terminal City by Preston Grassmann
Poetry: The Unkindest Cut by Mike Allen
(see review)

Black Static Twenty - December/January 2011 by (TTA Press 25 January 2011 / ) - Black Static Twenty – December/January 2011
TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB6 2LB, UK.

Table of Contents:
White Noise – news compiled by Peter Tennant
Electric Darkness - column by Stephen Volk
Night’s Plutonian Shore - column by Mike O'Driscoll
Interference - column by Christopher Fowler
The Compartments of Hell by Paul Meloy & Sarah Pinborough - art by Paul Milne
Going Home, Ugly Stick in Hand by Nate Southard – art by Ben Baldwin
The Covered Doll by Norman Prentiss - art by Rik Rawling
The Wounded House by Barbara A. Barnett
At Night, When the Demons Came by Ray Chuley – art by Darren Winter
Case Notes – book Reviews by Peter Tennant
Blood Spectrum - DVD/Blu-ray reviews by Tony Lee

(see review)

Greatest Uncommon Denominator Magazine - Issue 6 - Summer 2010 by (GUD 24 January 2011 / ) - Greatest Uncommon Denominator Magazine – Issue 6 – Summer 2010
Greatest Uncommon Denominator Publishing, PO Box 1537, Laconia, NH 03247.
Subscription Rate – USD 22.00/2 issues, USD 12.00/1 issue, USD 3.50/electronic copy

Table of Contents:
As the Wheel Turns by Aliette de Bodard (fiction)
Salad Days by E.H. Lupton (fiction)
Thought Process by Andy B. Clarkson (art)
Fire at the time factory by Jennifer Jerome (poetry)
The Dream Reader by Margaret Bashaar (poetry)
Traveling by Catherine Zickgraf (poetry)
Definitely Us by Brett Elizabeth Jenkins (poetry)
How to Recover From a Hundred-Year Sleep by Sue Williams (fiction)
The Smoke by Bob Evans (art)
Again by Molly Horan (poetry)
Bridging by Shweta Narayan (poetry)
All You Had by Jim Pascual Agustin (poetry)
Whale on the Roof by Rose Lemburg (poetry)
Rousing the Whirlwind by Aunia Kahn (art)
Dispatches From the Troubles by Lou Antonelli (fiction)
The Naming Braid by Lindsey Duncan (fiction)
Erqi by Elizabeth Kate Switaj (art)
In the Garden of Rust and Salt by Ferrett Steinmetz (fiction)
Annica by Ian McHugh (fiction)
Mystif Eye by Andy B. Clarkson (art)
Who You Talking To, Zone? By Bob Tippee (fiction)
The Girl Who Married a Buddha by Margaret Bashaar (poetry)
Sand Clings to My Toes, Daddy by Jim Pascual Agustin (poetry)
Crumpled Receipts by Bryan C. Murray (poetry)
Doll by Marina Richards (poetry)
The Last Butterfly by Lavie Tidhar (fiction)
What Happens in Vegas by Caroline M. Yoachim (fiction)
Hateful by Lydia Ondrusek (fiction)
Generation Gap by Arthur Wang (art)
Memoir: Murray Street by Tara Deal (poetry)
Soft and bright by Teresa Houle (poetry)
Inner Fabric, Wall-to-Wall by Richard Spuler (poetry)
Maisy’s Many Souls by Matthew Sanborn Smith (fiction)
Doors by Rajan Khanna (fiction)
Moonlight Sonata for a Proto-Surrealist by Jonathan Emerson Hobrasch (poetry)
Contributor Biographies
(see review)

Interzone - Issue #232 - Jan/Feb 2011 by (TTA Press 25 January 2011 / ) - Interzone – Issue #232 – Jan/Feb 2011
Cover – ’55 Bel Air by Richard Wagner

Table of Contents:
Ansible Link by David Langford – News, Obituaries
Noam Chomsky and the Time Box by Douglas Lain (illustrated by Richard Wagner)
Intellectual Property by Michael R. Fletcher (illustrated by Mark Pexton)
By Plucking Her Petals by Sarah L. Edwards (illustrated by Mark Pexton)
Healthy, Wealthy and Wise by Sue Burke (illustrated by Ben Baldwin)
Flock, Shoal, Herd by James Bloomer (2010 James White Award Winner)
Book Zone – Book Reviews
Laser Fodder by Jason Lee – DVD/BlueRay Reviews
Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe – Film Reviews
(see review)

Lightspeed #8 - January 2011 by (Lightspeed 25 January 2011 / ) - Lightspeed #8 - January 2011
Publisher – Sean Wallace
Editor – John Joseph Adams
Managing Editor – Molly Tanzer
Nonfiction Editor – Andrea Kail
Audio Editor – Stefan Rudnicki
Assistant Editor – Christie Yant
Editorial Assitants - Erin Stocks, Stacey Friedberg

Table of Contents:
Postings from an Amorous Tomorrow by Corey Mariani (Original, January 4)
Cucumber Gravy by Susan Palwick (Reprint, January 11)
Black Fire by Tanith Lee (Original, January 18)
Elephants of Poznan by Orson Scott Card (Reprint, January 25)
Author Spotlights:
Corey Mariani
Susan Palwick
Tanith Lee
Orson Scott Card
Artist Spotlight:
Marcin Jakubowzki by Erin Stocks
The Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades by Genevieve Valentine (January 4)
Neurotransmitters: God’s Way of Getting You High by Christopher Sedia (January 11)
Feature Interview with Paolo Bacigalupi by Christine Yant (January 18)
Five Animals That Will Take Over the World After We Eradicate Ourselves by Jeremiah Tolbert (January 28)
(see review)

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