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Analog Science Fiction and Fact - March/April 2017 - Vol. CXXXVII, Nos. 3 & 4 by (Analog 26 February 2017 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact - March/April 2017 - Vol. CXXXVII, Nos. 3 & 4

Table of Contents:
Novella:
Nexus by Michael F. Flynn
Plaisir D'Amour by John Alfred Taylor
Novelettes:
Europa's Survivors by Marianne J. Dyson
Host by Eneasz Brodski
The Human Way by Tony Ballantyne
Short Stories:
Eli's Coming by Catherine Wells
Time Heals by James C. Glass
Shakesville by Adam-Troy Castro & Alvaro Zinos-Amaro
The Snatchers by Edward McDermott
Unbearable Burden by Gwendolyn Clare
Grandmaster by Jay O'Connell
Alexander's Theory of Special Relativity by Shane Halbach
Concerning the Devastation Wrought by the Nefarious Gray Comma and Its Ilk: A Men in Tie-Dye Adventure by Tim McDaniel
Ecuador vs. the Bug-Eyed Monsters by Jay Werkheiser
Science Fact:
Sustainability Lab 101: Cuba as a Simulation of Possible Futures by Stanley Schmidt
Probability Zero:
Hidden Intentions by Mary E. Lowd
Poetry:
Barriers by J. Northcutt Jr.
Hypotheses/Assertion by Daniel D. Villani
Reader's Departments:
Guest Editorial: Future-Proofing the Near Future: Design Fiction for Global Education by Nicholas Falkner
The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
In Times to Come
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
(see review)

Apex Magazine - Issue 93, February 2017 by (Apex Magazine 24 February 2017 / ) - Apex Magazine - Issue 93, February 2017

Table of Contents:
Editorial
Words From the Editor-in-Chief by Jason Sizemore
Fiction:
Queen of Dirt by Nisi Shawl (original story)
The Bells by Lyndsie Manusos (original story)
You Too Shall Be Psyche by Rich Larson (original story)
Servant of the Aswang by Samuel Marzioli (reprint)
Non-Fiction:
Interview with Author Nisi Shawl by Andrea Johnson
Feature with Life After Podcast Playwright Mac Rogers by Jason Sizemore
Interview with Cover Artist Adrian Borda by Russell Dickerson
Flash Fiction Winners:
As Long As You Can Stand It by Joanna Truman
Butterfly Man by Tonya Walter
St. Theophilus the Penitent by Rich Larson
Poetry:
Fury by Simona Sušec
(see review)

Asimov's Science Fiction March/April 2017 - Vol. 41 Nos. 3 & 4 - (Whole Numbers 494 & 495) by (Asimov's Science Fiction 25 February 2017 / ) - Asimov's Science Fiction March/April 2017 - Vol. 41 Nos. 3 & 4 - (Whole Numbers 494 & 495)

Table of Contents:
Novella:
Tao Zero by Damien Broderick
Novelettes:
Soulmates.com by Will McIntosh
Three Can Keep a Secret by Bill Johnson & Gregory Frost
Kitty Hawk by Alan Smale
The Wisdom of the Group by Ian R. McLeod
Short Stories:
Number Thirty-Nine Skink by Suzanne Palmer
The Ones Who Know Where They Are Going by Sarah Pinkser
Invasion of the Saucer-Men by Dale Bailey
Cupido by Rich Larson
A Singular Event in the Fourth Dimension by Andrea M. Pawley
After the Atrocity by Ian Creasey
Goner by Gregory Norman Bossert
We Regret the Error by Terry Bisson
Poetry:
Mount Rushmore by Marge Simon
Small Certainties by Sara Polsky
Almost Certainly a Time Traveler by Jarod K. Amderson
Surreal Axioms by Bruce Boston
Note from Olympus Mons by Robert Frazier
Rock, Paper, Scissors by Robert Borski
Departments:
Guest Editorial: Times Change by James Patrick Kelly
Reflection: Forty Years! by Robert Silverberg
On the Net: Screen Dreams by James Patrick Kelly
Next Issue
On Books by Peter Heck
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Clarkesworld 125 - February 2017 by (Clarkesworld 23 February 2017 / ) - Clarkesworld 125 - February 2017

Table of Contents:
Fiction:
Assassins by Jack Skillingstead and Burt Courtier
Prosthetic Daughter by Nin Harris
How Bees Fly by Simone Heller
Rain Ship by Chi Hui, translated by Andy Dudak
Dragon's Deep by Cecelia Holland (Reprint)
The Dragonslayer of Merebarton by K.J. Parker (Reprint)
Non-fiction:
Frodo is Dead: Worldbuilding and The Science of Magic By Christopher Mahon
Organic Tech and Healing Clay: A Conversation with Nnedi Okorafor by Chris Urie
Another Word: A Doom of One's Own by Genevieve Valentine
Editor's Desk: The Next Chapter Begins by Neil Clarke
Podcasts:
Asassins by Jack Skillingstead and Burt Courtier, read by Kate Baker
Prosthetic Daughter by Nin Harris, read by Kate Baker
How Bees Fly by Simone Heller, read by Kate Baker
Art:
Fallout by Benedick Bana
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online - February 2017 by (Flash Fiction Online 27 February 2017 / ) - Flash Fiction Online - February 2017

Table of Contents
Editorial: Love & Roses by Suzanne Vincent
Once, I Rose by A. Merc Rustad (Fantasy)(Reprint)
Product Recall by Robert Bagnall (Science Fiction)
Marking the Witch by Lina Rather (Fantasy)
I Don't Want to Hurt You Either by Ryan Row (Fantasy)
FXXK Writing: Writing in the Shadow of Mordor Rising by Jason Ridler (Article)
(see review)

Lightspeed #81 - February 2017 by (Lightspeed 27 February 2017 / ) - Lightspeed #81 - February 2017

Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:
Starship Day by Ian R. Macleod (Reprint)
Later, Let's Tear Up the Inner Sanctum by A. Merc Rustad (Original)
Lady Antheia's Guide to Horticultural Warfare by Seanan McGuire (Reprint)
The Last Garden by Jack Skillingstead (Original)
Fantasy Stories:
Probably Still the Chosen One by Kelly Barnhill (Original)
The Memorial Page by K.J. Bishop (Reprint)
Six-Gun Vixen and the Dead Coon Trashgang by Ashok Banker (Original)
The Elixir of Youth by Brian Stableford (Reprint)
Author Spotlights:
Ian R. Macleod, A. Merc Rustad, Seanan McGuire,
Jack Skillingstead, Kelly Barnhill, K.J. Bishop,
Ashok Banker, and Brian Stableford.
Nonfiction:
Editorial, February 2017 by John Joseph Adams
Media Reviews: February 2017 by Christopher East
Book Reviews: February 2017 by LaShawn Wanak
Interview: Connie Willis by The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
Exclusive Paid Content:
Novella: Taklamakan by Bruce Sterling
Author Spotlight: Bruce Sterling by Moshe Siegel
(see review)

Nightmare #53- February 2017 by (Nightmare 27 February 2017 / ) - Nightmare #53- February 2017

Table of Contents:
Stories:
The Garbage Doll by Jessica Amanda Salmonson (Original)
The Dying Season by Lynda E. Rucker (Reprint)
Youth Will Be Served by Andrew Fox (Original)
Word Doll by Jeffrey Ford (Reprint)
Author Spotlights:
Jessica Amanda Salmonson, Lynda E. Rucker,
Andrew Fox, Jeffrey Ford.
Nonfiction:
Editorial, February 2017 by John Joseph Adams
The H Word: The Weird at the World's End by Anya Martin
Interview: J. Lincoln Fenn by Lisa Morton
(see review)

The Dark - Issue 22, March 2017 by (The Dark 27 February 2017 / ) - The Dark - Issue 22, March 2017

Table of Contents:
Editorial
If We Survive the Night by Carlie St. George
Caro in Carno by Helen Marshall (reprint)
The Thinker by George Salis
The Mysteries by Livia Llewellyn (reprint)
Cover art by breakermaximus (see review)

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction March/April 2017 - Volume 132, Nos. 3 & 4 , Whole No.730 by (Fantasy & Science Fiction 27 February 2017 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction March/April 2017 – Volume 132, Nos. 3 & 4 , Whole No.730

Table of Contents:
Novellas:
The Man Who Put the Bomp by Richard Chwedyk
Novelets:
Driverless by Robert Grossbach
Ten Half-Pennies by Matthew Hughes
The Avenger by Albert E. Cowdrey
Short Stories:
The Toymaker's Daughter by Arundhari Hazra
A Green-Silk Dress and a Wedding-Death by Cat Hellisen
Miss Cruz by James Sallis
Daisy by Eleanor Arnason
Poetry:
Spacemail Only by Ruth Berman
Departments:
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Musing on Books by Michelle West
Science: Robots in Your Pants by Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty
Films: The Language of Loss, Trust, and Heptapods by Kathy Maio
Coming Attractions
Curiosities by David Langford
Cartoons: Arthur Masear, Nick Downes
Cover by Bryn Barnard for "The Man Who Put the Bomp"
(see review)

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