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Analog Science Fiction and Fact - July/August 2017 - Vol. CXXXVII, Nos. 7 & 8 by (Analog 29 June 2017 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact – July/August 2017 – Vol. CXXXVII, Nos. 7 & 8

Table of Contents:
Novella:
Not Far Enough by Martin L. Shoemaker
Novelettes:
For All Mankind by C. Stuart Hardwick
Belly Up by Maggie Clark
Galleon by Brian Trent
Across the Steaming Sea by Rob Chilson
Short Stories:
The Fool's Stone by Aubry Kae Andersen
The First Rule Is, You Don't Eat Your Friends by Robert R. Chase
Alouette, Gentille Alouette by Andrew Barton
Fat Bubble by Tom Easton
Perspective by Kyle Kirkland
Clarity of Signal by Holly Schofield
Pitch by Bruce McAllister & Patrick Smith
Phuquiang: A History by Uncle River
Blinking Noon and Midnight by Tim McDaniel
Teamwork by Eve Warren
Often and Silently We Come by Ron Collins
Science Fact:
The Science Behind "The Final Nail" by H.G. Stratmann
Probability Zero:
A Little Spooky Action by Howard V. Hendrix
Poetry:
A Theory of Gravity by Josh Pearce
Space Junk by Bruce Boston
Reader's Departments:
Guest Editorial: Mars Needs Children by Rosemary Claire Smith
Analytical Laboratory Results
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 97, June 2017 by (Apex Magazine 25 June 2017 / ) - Apex Magazine - Issue 97, June 2017

Table of Contents:
Editorial:
Words from the Editor-in-Chief by Jason Sizemore
Fiction:
Elena's Angel by Aimee Ogden
Black Hole Heart by K.A. Teryna, translation by Alex Shvartsman
Welcome to Astuna by Pip Coen
Sundown by Tobias S. Buckell (reprint)
Mars Girls (Novel Excerpt) by Mary Turzillo
Useless Things by Maureen McHugh (reprint)
Nonfiction:
The Ecumenical, the Ersatz, and the Euphemistic: Three Ways to Misunderstand Identity by Karen Lord
Mars Isn't Easy by May Turzillo
Interview with Author Aimee Ogden by Andrea Johnson
Interview with Cover Artist Irina Kovalova by Russell Dickerson
Interview with Mary Turzillo by Jane Mortkowitz (see review)

Asimov’s Science Fiction July/August 2017 - Vol. 41 Nos. 7 & 8 - (Whole No. 498 & 499) by (Asimov 27 June 2017 / ) - Asimov’s Science Fiction July/August 2017 - Vol. 41 Nos. 7 & 8 - (Whole No. 498 & 499)

Table of Contents:
Novellas:
How Sere Picked Up Her Laundry by Alexander Jablokov
The Girl Who Stole Herself by R. Garcia y Robertson
Novelettes:
Other Worlds and This One by Caldwell Turnbull
@lantis by Rudy Rucker & Marc Laidlaw
Gale Strang by Michael Bishop
Short Stories:
Annabelle, Annie by Lisa Goldstein
An Evening with Severyn Grimes by Rich Larson
Transcendental Mission: Riley's Story by James Gunn
Weighty Matters: Tordor's Story by James Gunn
The Patient Dragon by David Gerrold
Field Studies by Sheila Finch
Poetry:
Wheelwork by Jane Yolen
Titan's Magic Islands by Geoffrey A. Landis
Vacation Checklist by Salik Shah
Grandfather Paradox by John Richard Trtek
Dead Star Reckoning by Robert Borski
Invasion by Bruce McAllister
Challenger: A Sedoka by Jane Yolen
Departments:
Editorial: The 2017 Dell Magazines Awards by Sheila Williams
Reflection: Sharing Worlds by Robert Silverberg
On the Net: Hold the Phones! by James Patrick Kelly
Next Issue
On Books by Paul Di Filippo
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Clarkesworld 129 - June 2017 by (Clarkesworld 25 June 2017 / ) - Clarkesworld 129 - June 2017

Table of Contents:
Fiction:
Fool's Cap by Andy Dudak
My Dear, Like the Sky and Stars and Sun by Julia K. Patt
Neptune's Trident by Nina Allan
The Ways Out by Sam J. Miller
An Account of the Sky Whales by A Que (translated by Andy Dudak)
Human Error by Jay Lake (Reprint)
The Waiting Stars by Aliette de Bodard (Reprint)
Nonfiction:
How to Injure Characters Without Killing Them by S.E. Jones
Astounding Scientists and Alternate Histories: A Conversation with Gregory Benford by Chris Urie
Another Word: The Depth of Sci-Fi Funk in the '70s by Jason Heller
Editor's Desk: Recharging My Batteries by Neil Clarke
Podcasts:
Fool's Cap by Andy Dudak, read by Kate Baker
My Dear, Like the Sky and Stars and Sun by Julia K. Patt, read by Kate Baker
Neptune's Trident by Nina Allan, read by Kate Baker
The Ways Out by Sam J. Miller, read by Kate Baker
Art:
Sea Change by Matt Dixon
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online - June 2017 by (Flash Fiction Online 29 June 2017 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – June 2017

Table of Contents:
Editorial - All About Choices by Suzanne Vincent
Water Like Air by Lora Gray
Touching Strangers by C.E. Aylett
Spring Thaw by G.L. Dearman (Reprint)
Owning the Dragon by Frances Pauli
FXXK Writing: The Gutters V, or, Writing in the Wake of Lake by Jason S. Ridler (Article)
(see review)

Lightspeed #85 - June 2017 by (Lightspeed 29 June 2017 / ) - Lightspeed #85 - June 2017

Table of Contents: Science Fiction Stories:
Yakshantariksh by Vandana Singh (Reprint)
Marcel Proust, Incorporated by Scott Dalrymple (Original)
The Heart's Filthy Lesson by Elizabeth Bear (Reprint)
Love Engine Optimization by Matthew Kressel (Original)
Fantasy Stories:
World of the Three by Shweta Narayan (Original)
The Magical Properties of Unicorn Ivory by Carlos Hernandez (Reprint)
Crossing the Threshold by Pat Murphy (Original)
Substitutes by Ben Hoffman (Reprint)
Author Spotlights
Scott Dalrymple, Matthew Kressel, Shweta Narayan, and Pat Murphy Nonfiction:
Editorial, June 2017 by John Joseph Adams
Book Reviews: June 2017 by Amal El-Mohtar
Movie Review: June 2017 by Carrie Vaughan
Interview: Yoon Ha Lee by Christian A. Coleman
Exclusive Paid Content:
Novella: Iseul's Lexicon by Yoon Ha Lee
Novel Excerpt: Down Among the Sticks and Bones by Seanan McGuire
Novel Excerpt: Never Now Always by Desirina Boskovich
(see review)

Nightmare #57 - June 2017 by (Nightmare 29 June 2017 / ) - Nightmare #57 - June 2017

Table of Contents:
Stories:
Secret Keeper by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam (Original)
Wendigo by Micaela Morrissette (Reprint)
The Narrow Escape of Zipper-Girl by Adam-Troy Castro (Original)
Hollow Choices by Robert Jackson Bennett and David Liss (Reprint)
Author Spotlights:
Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Adam-Troy Castro
Nonfiction:
Editorial, Junex 2017 by John Joseph Adams
The H Word: He Himself Was Not Corrupt by Lee Thomas
Book Review: June 2017 by Adam-Troy Castro
(see review)

The Dark - Issue 26, July 2017 by (The Dark 29 June 2017 / ) - The Dark - Issue 26, July 2017

Table of Contents:
Editorial
A Performance for Painted Bones by Kelly Stewart
Girl, I Love You by Nadia Bulkin (reprint)
A Lasting Legacy by Osahon Ize-Iyamu
Harvest by Michael Harris Cohen (reprint)
Cover art Lonely by Vincent Chong (see review)

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Jul/Aug 2017 - Vol. 133, Nos. 1 & 2 Whole No.732 by (Fantasy & Science Fiction 24 June 2017 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Jul/Aug 2017 – Volume 133, Nos. 1 & 2 Whole No.732

Table of Contents:
Novellas:
There Was a Crooked Man, He Flipped a Crooked House by David Erik Nelson
Novelets:
The Masochist's Assistant by Auston Habershaw
The Bride in Sea-Green Velvet by Robin Furth
I Am Not I by G.V. Anderson
Afiya's Song by Justin C. Key
Short Stories:
In a Wide Sky, Hidden by William Ledbetter
A Dog's Story by Gardner Dozois
An Obstruction to Delivery by Sean Adams
An Unearned Death by Marissa Linge
Poems:
Northwest Cruise by Sophie M. White
Departments:
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Musing on Books by Michelle West
Science: With the Best of Intentions by Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty
Films: Ghoulies, Ghosties, Beasties by David J. Skal
Coming Attractions
Curiosities by Paul Di Filippo

Cartoons:Nick Downes
Cover by Nicholas Grunas for "There Was a Crooked Man, He Flipped a Crooked House"
(see review)

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