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Abyss & Apex Issue 43: 3rd Quarter 2012 by (Abyss & Apex 29 August 2012 / ) - Abyss & Apex Issue 43: 3rd Quarter 2012
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Table of Contents:
Editorial – Cleansing the Palate with Language by Wendy S. Delmater
>Short Fiction:
In Dust and Feathers by Emi Makanry
Crazy by Sarah A. Drew
Bodhisattva Breath by Laura Lee McArdle
The Last Love of the Infinity Age by Peter Darbyshire
The Anubis Plague by Gary Cuba
Flash Fiction:
The Agreement by Mari Ness
Poetry:
In the Mythic Wood by Sandra Kasturi
At the Dinosaur Rodeo by Robert Borski
Solarized by Wade German
New Worlds by Alexandra Seidel
B53 Elegy (Amarillo, TX 10/25/11) by Ann K. Schwader
Astronauts Anciently Out of Eden by Howard V. Hendrix
Lessons from Swimming by Lida Broadhurst
Small Press Book Reviews
3Q 2012 Book Reviews
(see review)

Analog Science Fiction and Fact – November 2012 – Vol. CXXXII No. 11 by (Analog 29 August 2012 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact – November 2012 – Vol. CXXXII No. 11

Table of Contents:
Novelettes:
Seagulls, Jack-O-Lanterns and Interstitial Spaces by Gray Rinehart
Strobe Effect by Alastair Mayer and Brad R. Torgersen
The Information in a Dream by Sarah K. Castle
Siege Perilous by Daniel Hatch
Short Stories
Pictures at an Exhibition by Robert R. Chase
Tech Support by Richard A. Lovett
Survival in Shades of Orange by Patty Jensen
Science Fact:
The Day the Sun Exploded by Richard A. Lovett
Probability Zero:
The Man in the Pink Shirt by Larry Niven
Reader's Departments:
The Editor’s Page
In Times to Come
Biolog: Sarah K. Castle by Richard A. Lovett
Guest Alternate View by Richard A. Lovett
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
(see review)

Apex Magazine – Issue 39, August 2012 by (Apex Magazine 29 August 2012 / ) - Apex Magazine – Issue 39, August 2012
To subscribe visit http://www.apexbookcompany.com/apex-store/subscriptions/
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:
Cover Art "Theatre of Deception" by Ekaterina Zagustina
Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Apex Editor-in-Chief by Lynne M. Thomas
Fiction:
Original: Waiting for Beauty by Marie Brennan
Original: Murdered Sleep by Kat Howard
Original: Armless Maidens of the American West by Genevieve Valentine
Reprint: Undercity by Nir Yaniv (Originally appeared in The Apex Book of World SF 2, edited by Lavie Tidhar, Apex Publications, 2012)
Nonfiction:
Mighty Axes and Beer-Soaked Beards: The Portrayal of Dwarves in Fantasy by Jim C. Hines
Interview:
Interview with Genevieve Valentine by Maggie Slater
(see review)

Asimov's Science Fiction – October/November 2012 – Vol. 36 Nos. 10 & 11 – (Whole Number 441 & 442 ) by (Asimov's Science Fiction 27 August 2012 / ) - Asimov's Science Fiction – October/November 2012 – Vol. 36 Nos. q0 & 11 – (Whole Number 441 & 442 )

Table of Contents:
Novellas:
The Mongolian Book of the Dead by Alan Smale
The Stars Do Not Lie by Jay Lake
Novelettes:
The Second Engineer by Gray Rinehart
The Ghost Factory by Will Ludwigsen
Short Stories:
Antarctica Stars Here by Paul McAuley
Results Guaranteed by Kit Reed
Lion Dance by Vylar Kaftan
This Hologram World by Eugene Mirabelli
A Handsome Fellow by Ekaterina Seda
Chromatophores by John Alfred Taylor
Shattering by Steven Utley
Poetry:
Three Sumerian Mummies by Peter Simons
Ghosts by Geoffrey A. Landis
The Season by Ken Poyner
Variations on Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (Or Something Like That) by Lola Haskins
Departments:
Editorial: Science Fiction That Scars Children by Sheila Williams
Reflections: Reflections: Decline and Fall by Robert Silverberg
On the Net: Unreal Life by James Patrick Kelly
Next Issue
On Books: Meeting the Other by Norman Spinrad
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Black Static Twenty-Nine – Jul/Aug 2012 by (TTA Press 26 August 2012 / ) - Black Static Twenty-Nine – Jul/Aug 2012
TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB6 2LB, UK.

Table of Contents:
Coffinmaker's Blues - column by Stephen Volk
Interference - column by Christopher Fowler
Sunshine by Nina Allan (novelette) - illustrated by Ben Baldwin
Horseman by Renee Carter Hall – illustrated by Rich Sampson
Chodpa by Baph Tripp (novelette) – illustrated by Rik Rawling Shark! Shark! By Ray Cluley (novelette)
The Counterweight by Tim Lees – illustrated by Robert Dunn
Blood Spectrum - DVD/Blu-ray reviews by Tony Lee
Silver Bullets – Television reviews by Mike O’Driscoll
Case Notes – book Reviews by Peter Tennant
(see review)

Interzone – Issue #241 – Jul/Aug 2012 by (TTA Press 26 August 2012 / ) - Interzone – Issue #241 – Jul/Aug 2012

Table of Contents:
Interface:
Ansible Link by David Langford – News, Obituaries
Fiction:
Steamgothic by Sean McMullen (novelette) (illustrated by Jim Burns)
Ship's Brother by Aliette de Bodard (illustrated by Joe Burns)
One Day in Time City by David Ira Cleary (illustrated by Richard Wagner)
Railroad Angel by Gareth L. Powell
Invocation of the Lurker by C.J. Paget (illustrated by Dave Senecal) (James White Award Winner)
Features:
Book Zone – Book Reviews
Laser Fodder by Jason Lee – DVD/BlueRay Reviews
Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe – Film Reviews
(see review)

Jupiter XXXVII: Kale – July 2012 by (Jupiter 26 August 2012 / ) - Jupiter XXXVII: Kale – July 2012
Subscriptions are £10 for 4 issues. Individual issues are £ 2.75 for UK. £16 for 4 issues. Individual issues are £ 4.25 for EU, £120 for 4 issues.
Individual issues are £ 5.25 for ROW (Rest of World)
Jupiter, 19 Bedford Road, Yeovil, Somerset, BA2I 5UG, UK

Table of Contents:
Contributors
Fiction:
Apples by Krishan Coupland
Midnight Midnight by Aliya Whiteley
Centauri by Douglas Thompson
Avert by Chris Bailey
The Blog of Revelations by Jack Ford
Sky Pie by Simon Petrie
Illustrations:
Sam Mardon – Cover
(see review)

Lightspeed #27 - August 2012 by (Lightspeed 29 August 2012 / ) - Lightspeed #27 - August 2012

Table of Contents:
Editorial
Science Fiction Stories:
The Bookmaking Habits of Select Species by Ken Liu (Original)
Love Might Be Too Strong a Word by Charlie Jane Anders (Reprint)
Flash Bang Remember by Caroline M. Yoachim and Tina Connolly (Original)
Slow Life by Michael Swanwick (Reprint)
Fantasy Stories:
Cotillion by Delia Sherman (Reprint)
A Moment Before It Struck by Linda Nagata (Original)
The Neromancer in Love by Wil McCarthy (Reprint)
Breaking the Frame by Kat Howard (Original)
Author Spotlights:
Ken Liu
Charlie Jane Anders
Caroline M. Yoachim and Tina Connolly
Michael Swanwick
Delia Sherman
Linda Nagata
Wil McCarthy
Kat Howard
Artist Showcase:
Hrvoje Beslic
Nonfiction:
Feature Interview of Kim Stanley Robinson by The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy
Feature Interview of Seanan McGuire (Mira Grant) by The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy
Exclusive eBook Content:
A Separate War by Joe Haldeman
Author Spotlight: Joe Haldeman
Kitty Steals the Show by Carrie Vaughan (novel excerpt—ebook exclusive)
(see review)

Shimmer – Number 15 by (Shimmer 26 August 2012 / ) - Shimmer – Number 15
PO Box 58591, Salt Lake City, UT 84158-0591
$6/Single Issue - $22/4 issues - $16/4 electronic issues

Table of Contents:
The Undertaker's Son by Nicole M. Taylor
What Fireworks by Dustin Monk
Signal Jamming by Oliver Buckram
Harrowing Emily by Megan Arkenberg
The Bird Country by K. M. Ferebee
A Cellar of Terrible Things by Mari Ness
Soulless in His Sight by Milo James Fowler

Contributors
Artists and Illustrations
Shimmery Staff
(see review)

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