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Analog Science Fiction and Fact - April 2012 - Vol. CXXXII No. 4 by (Analog 24 January 2012 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact - April 2012 - Vol. CXXXII No. 4

Table of Contents:
Triggers, pt III of IV by Robert J. Sawyer
The Most Invasive Species by Susan Forest
Ecce Signum by Craig DeLancey
Short Stories:
A Delicate Balance by Kevin J. Anderson
You Say You Want a Revolution by Jerry Oltion
Follow-Up by Stephen L. Burns
Science Fact:
Planets (Oops, Planetoids) X, Y, Z, And W: What the Kuiper Belt Teaches Us About the Dawn of the Solar System by Richard A. Lovett
Probabilty Zero:
To Serve Aliens (Yes, It's a Cookbook) by Eric James Stone
Reader's Departments:
The Editor's Page
In Times to Come
The Alternate View by Jeffrey D. Kooistra
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
(see review)

Apex Magazine - Issue 32, January 2012 by (Apex Magazine 25 January 2012 / ) - Apex Magazine – Issue 32, January 2012
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Each new issue of Apex Magazine is released the first Tuesday of the month. Single issues are available to purchase for $2.99. Subscriptions are for twelve months and are sold for $19.95.
Apex Publications, PO Box 24323, Lexington, KY 40524

Table of Contents:
Artist Bio - Stephen H. Segal
Original: So Glad We Had This Time Together by Cat Rambo (2576 words)
Original: Sweetheart Showdown by Sarah Dalton (4798 words)
Reprint: The Prowl by Gregory Frost (originally appeared in Mojo: Conjure Stories edited by Nalo Hopkinson, Warner Aspect 2003) (6915 words)
Writing About Rape by Jim C. Hines
Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Editor by Lynne M. Thomas
Interview with Gregory Frost by Maggie Slater
(see review)

Asimov's Science Fiction - March 2012 - Vol. 36 Nos. 3 - (Whole Numbers 434) by (Asimov's Science Fiction 24 January 2012 / ) - Asimov's Science Fiction - March 2012 - Vol. 36 Nos. 3 - (Whole Numbers 434)

Table of Contents:
The Way of the Needle by Derek Kunsken
The Pass by Benjamin Crowell
Golva's Ascent by Tom Purdom
Short Stories:
Nanny's Day by Leah Cypess
Mrs. Hatcher's Evaluation by James Van Pelt
Patagonia by Joel Richards
A Change in the Gravity by G.O. Clark
Discoveries in the Annals of Poetry by C.W. Johnson
Sonnet I by A. Walker. Scott
Editorial: Whose Canon? by Sheila Williams
Reflections: My Voyage to Atlantis by Robert Silverberg
On the Net: Websites R.I.P. by James Patrick Kelly
Next Issue
On Books by Paul Di Filippo
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Black Static Twenty-Six – Dec 2011/Jan 2012 by (TTA Press 26 January 2012 / ) - Black Static Twenty-Six – Dec 2011/Jan 2012
TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB6 2LB, UK

Table of Contents:
White Noise – news compiled by someone other than Peter Tennant
Coffinmaker's Blues - column by Stephen Volk
Interference - column by Christopher Fowler
Night's Plutonian Shore – column by Mike O’Driscoll
I Have Heard the Mermaids Singing by Ray Cluley - art by Ben Baldwin
The Demon Laplace by Mark Rigney – art by Rik Rawling
Remains by Gary McMahon - art by Marx Pexton
Dizzy Land by Andrew Hook - art by Paul Milne
The Monster of Venice by Carole Johnstone
Case Notes – book Reviews by Peter Tennant
Blood Spectrum - DVD/Blu-ray reviews by Tony Lee
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online – 01/2012 by (Flash Fiction Online 27 January 2012 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – 01/2012

Table of Contents:
In This Issue: Suzanne Vincent – A Fresh Start
Flash 01/2012, #1: Jennifer Linnea – Sea Ink
Flash 01/2012, #2: Tom Crosshill – To Fly a Pig in the Dorseny Sky
Flash 01/2012, #3: Patrick Dey – AI Robot
Classic Flash #52: Anton Chekhov - Bliss
(see review)

Journal of Unlikely Entomology Number Two November 2011 by (Journal of Unlikely Entomology 26 January 2012 / ) - Journal of Unlikely Entomology Number Two November 2011
Publisher – Sir Reginald F. Grump XXIII
Editors – Bernie Mojzes and A.C. Wise
Art Director – Linda Saboe
Proofreader – Cynthia Baumann
Bugrunner – Fran Wilde

Table of Contents:
Editor's Note
Zaar by Forrest Aguirre (illustrated by Bryan Prindiville)
Centipede Girl by Ada Hoffmann (illustrated by Linda Saboe)
Such a Lovely Shade of Green by Samantha Henderson (illustrated by Danelle Malan)
@carpetsalerep by Brenta Blevins (illustrated by Rebecca Coulthart)
Abandoned in the Courtyard of Youth by C.A. Cole (illustrated by Noralie)
The Ferry Quick Like Rain: An Insect Tragicomedy by Kirk Marshall (illustrated by Ira Joel Haber)
Contributor Bios
Afterword by Sir Reginald Himself
(see review)

Kaleidotrope - Winter 2012 by (Kaleidotrope 25 January 2012 / ) - Kaleidotrope – Winter 2012
P.O. Box 25, Carle Place, NY 11514

Table if Contents:
The Unexpected Geographies of Desire by Fαbio Fernandes
The End of Owln's Malt by Aaron Garrison (Novelette)
Gallery of Vanquished Art by Daniel Ausema
Tea in the Sahara by Daniel Braum
Bird Nest Soup by Madeline Bridgen (Novelette)
Double Rations by Nicky Drayden
The Red Threads and the Green Man by Kenneth Burstall
The Falcon by Michael Aronovitz
Fragments Found in a Book Locked in a Trunk Lost in a Shop Whose Address is Unknown by Daniel A. Rabuzzi
Stopping Motion by Hal Sirowitz
POV by Patrick Sugrue
Chuck the Penguin by G.W. Thomas
Cover art by David McDaniel
(see review)

Lightspeed #20 - January 2012 by (Lightspeed 27 January 2012 / ) - Lightspeed #20 - January 2012
Publisher/Editor-in-Chief – John Joseph Adams
Assistant Publisher – Robert Barton Bland
Managing Editor – Molly Tanzer
Audio Editor – Stefan Rudnicki
Art Editor – Karen Jones
Assistant Editor – Christie Yant
Assistant Editor – Erin Stocks
Assistant Editor – Robyn Lupo
Editorial Assistant – Andrew Liptak
Editorial Assistant – Theodore Quester
Editorial Assistant – Jennifer Konieczny
Copyeditor – Gina Guadagnino
Our Slush Team – Bethany Aronoff, Britt Baker, Jenny Barber, David Carani, Paolo Chikiamco, Bob Cooper, Michael Curry, Katie Lavers, Andrew Liptak, Nick Matthews, Kevin McNeil, Suzanne Myers, Theodore Quester, Shannon Rampe, John Remy, Lisa Rodgers, Caleb Jordan Schulz, Moshe Siegel, Patrick Stephens, Andy Stewart, LaShawn Wanak, Dana Watson, Sandra Wickham.
Advertising Manager – Becky Sasala
Webmaster – Jeremiah Tolbert
Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:
How Many Miles to Babylon by Megan Arkenberg (Original, January 3)
Gene Wars by Paul McAuley (Reprint, January 10)
Always True to Thee, In My Fashion by Nancy Kress (Reprint, January 17)
The Five Elements of the Heart Mind by Ken Liu (Original, January 24)
Fantasy Stories:
Blue Lace Agate by Sarah Monette (Original, January 3)
You Have Never Been Here by M. Rickert (Reprint, January 10)
On the Acquisition of Phoenix Eggs (Variant) by Marissa Lingen (Original, January 17)
A State of Variance by Aimee Bender (Reprint, January 24)
Author Spotlights:
Megan Arkenberg
Sarah Monette
Paul McAuley
M. Rickert
Nancy Kress
Marissa Lingen
Ken Liu
Artist Spotlight:
Alexey Zaryuta
Feature Interview with R.A. McAvoy by Steven Gould (January 17)
Feature Interview with Neal Stephenson by The Geeks Guide to the Galaxy (January 24)
Exclusive eBook Content:
Weyr Search by Anne McCaffrey
Anne McCaffrey: An Appreciation by Todd McCaffrey
(see review)

Shimmer - Number 14 by (Shimmer 25 January 2012 / ) - Shimmer – Number 14
PO Box 58591, Salt Lake City, UT 84158-0591
$6/Single Issue - $22/4 issues - $16/4 electronic issues

Table of Contents:
Food My Father Feeds Me, Love My Husband Shows Me by A.A. Balaskovits
Chinvat by Sunny Moraine
Made of Mud by Ari Goelman
This House was Never a Castle by Aaron Polson
Minnow by Carlea Holl-Jensen
Trashman by A.C. Wise
We Make Tea by Meryl Ferguson
Bad Moon Risen by Eric Del Carlo
Some Letters for Ove Lindstrφm by Karin Tidbeck
Gφdel Apparition Fugue by Craig DeLancey
Artists and Illustrations
Shimmery Staff
(see review)

Swift, Brutal Retaliation by Meghan McCarron ( 28 January 2012 / ) - Swift, Brutal Retaliation by Meghan McCarron
Illustration by Christopher Silas Neal
Available at under Stories and Comics (see review)

The Metal Men of Mars by Joe R. Lansdale (Tor 28 January 2012 / ) - The Metal Men of Mars by Joe R. Lansdale
Illustration by Gregory Manchess
Available at under Stories and Comics
From the anthology, Under the Moons of Mars, edited by John Joseph Adams, coming out on February 7th from Simon & Schuster. (see review)

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