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Analog Science Fiction and Fact – December 2012 – Vol. CXXXII No. 12 by (Analog 27 September 2012 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact – December 2012 – Vol. CXXXII No. 12

Table of Contents Novella:
The Moon Belongs to Everyone by Michael Alexander & K.C. Ball
From an Antique Land by Shane Tourtelotte
Silent Mode by Paul Carlson
Short Stories:
Hearing Impairment by Stephen L. Burns
The Perfect Book by Ken Liu
Garden Spot by Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff
Cats Know by Richard A. Lovett
Scary Monsters by Liz J. Andersen
Science Fact:
The Seeds of Cancer by Jim Kling
'Twas the Flight Before Christmas by Bill Gleason
Reader's Departments:
The Editor’s Page
In Times to Come
The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
Biolog: Paul Carlson by Richard A. Lovett
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
(see review)

Apex Magazine – Issue 40, September 2012 by (Apex Magazine 28 September 2012 / ) - Apex Magazine – Issue 40, September 2012

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Table of Contents:
Cover Art: “Surface” by Julie Dillon
Blood on Vellum: Notes from the Apex Editor-in-Chief by Lynne M. Thomas
Original: During the Pause by Adam-Troy Castro (2844 words)
Original: Sexagesimal by Katherine E.K. Duckett (4328 words)
Original: Sacrifice by Jennifer Pelland (1853 words)
Reprint: Sonny Liston Takes the Fall by Elizabeth Bear (Originally appeared in The Del Rey Book of Science Fiction, edited by Ellen Datlow, Del Rey, 2008) (3527 words)
Al Snow’s Advice for SF Writers by Peter M. Ball
Interview with Adam-Troy Castro by Maggie Slater
(see review)

Asimov's Science Fiction – December 2012 – Vol. 36 No. 12 – (Whole Number 443) by (Asimov's Science Fiction 27 September 2012 / ) - Asimov's Science Fiction – December 2012 – Vol. 36 No. 12 – (Whole Number 443)

Table of Contents:
Sudden, Broken and Unexpected by Steven Popkes
The Waves by Ken Liu
Short Stories:
The Caramel Forest by Chris Beckett
The Wizard of 34th Street by Mike Resnick
The Black Feminist's Guide to Science Fiction Film Editing by Sandra McDonald
The Pipes of Pan by Robert Reed
Golden People by Bruce Boston
Flower Power by Karin l. Frank
Your Clone Returns Home by Robert Frazier
Editorial: Merry Armageddon by Sheila Williams
Reflections: Reflections: Libraries by Robert Silverberg
Next Issue
On Books by Peter Heck
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online – 08/09/2012 by Suzanne W. Vincent (Flash Fiction Online 28 September 2012 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – 08/09/2012

Table of Contents:
Flash 08/2012, #1: Stefanie Freele - How Did I Get Here Bruce
Flash 08/2012, #2: Abigail Shaw - Outside the Chase
Flash 09/2012, #1: Katherine Clardy - Vet
Flash 09/2012, #2: Shane Rhinewald – Good As New
Classic Flash #61: Holloway Horn – The Lie
(see review)

Journal of Unlikely Entomology Number 3.5 August 28, 2012 by (Journal of Unlikely Entomology 28 September 2012 / ) - Journal of Unlikely Entomology Number 3.5 August 28, 2012
“Hello, World” Mini-Issue
Publisher – Sir Reginald F. Grump XXIII
Editors – Bernie Mojzes and A.C. Wise
Art Director – Linda Saboe
Proofreader – Cynthia Baumann

Table of Contents:
Editor’s Note: A Brief Introduction to the End/Beginning of the World
Let the Bugs Work Themselves Out by Luna Lindsey
Nikki 2.4 by Brent Knowles
The Clockworm by Karen Heuler
(see review)

Lightspeed #28 - September 2012 by John Joseph Adams (Lightspeed 28 September 2012 / ) - Lightspeed #28 - September 2012
Publisher/Editor-in-Chief – John Joseph Adams
Table of Contents:
Editorial Science Fiction Stories:
My Wife Hates Time Travel by Adam-Troy Castro (Original)
The Streets of Ashkelon by Harry Harrison (Reprint)
Boojum by Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette (Reprint)
Sun Dogs by Brooke Bolander (Original)
Fantasy Stories:
The Last Supper by Scott Edelman (Reprint)
The Seven Samovars by Peter Sursi (Original)
Heartless by Holly Black (Reprint)
Monster, Finder, Shifter by Nina Kiriki Hoffman (Original)
Author Spotlights:
Adam-Troy Castro
Harry Harrison
Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette
Brooke Bolander
Scott Edelman
Peter Sursi
Holly Black
Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Artist Showcases:
Frank Hong
Galen Dara
Feature Interview of John Scalzi by The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy
Exclusive eBook Content:
The Green Leopard Plague by Walter Jon Williams
Author Spotlight: Walter Jon Williams
The Eternal Flame by Greg Egan (novel excerpt—ebook exclusive)
(see review)

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Sep/Oct 2012 – Volume 123, Nos. 3&4, Whole No. 703 by (Fantasy & Science Fiction 26 September 2012 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Sep/Oct 2012 – Volume 123, Nos. 3&4, Whole No. 703

Table of Contents:
Close Encounters by Andy Duncan
The Sheriff by Chet Arthur
12:03 P.M. by Richard A. Lupoff
The Goddess by Albert E. Cowdrey
Arc by Ken Liu
Troll Blood by Peter Dickinson
Short Stories:
Father Juniper’s Journey to the North by Grania Davis
Give Up by Richard Butner
A Diary from Deimos by Michael Alexander
Where the Summer Dwells by Lynda E. Rucker
Theobroma Valentine by Rand B. Lee
Contact by Sophie M. White
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Books by Chris Moriarty
Plumage From Pegasus: Call Me Ishmael: Choose LIKE/DISLIKE by Paul DiFilippo
FILMS: Beauty Fades, But Fairy Tales Never Die by Kathi Maio
Coming Attractions
Curiosities by Chris DeVito
Cartoons: Mark Heath, Danny Shanahan
(see review)

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