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Analog Science Fiction and Fact - September/October 2017 - Vol. CXXXVII, Nos. 9 & 10 by (Analog 30 August 2017 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact - September/October 2017 - Vol. CXXXVII, Nos. 9 & 10

Table of Contents:
Heaven's Covenant by Bud Sparhawk
My Fifth and Most Exotic Voyage by Edward M. Lerner
I Know My Own & My Own Know Me by Tracy Canfield
The Old Man by Rich Larson
Orphans by Craig DeLancey
The Sword of Damocles by Norman Spinrad
Short Stories:
Ghostmail by Eric Del Carlo
The First Trebuchet on Mars by Marie Vibbert
Climbing Olympus by Simon Kewin
Emergency Protocol by Lettie Prell
A Tinker's Damnation by Jerry Oltion
The Absence by Robert R. Chase
Arp! Arp! By Christina De La Rocha
The Mathematician by Tom Jolly
Coyote Moon by James Van Pelt
Abductive Reasoning by Christopher L. Bennett
Invaders by Stanley Schmidt
Science Fact:
The Quest for the 2:00 Marathon by Richard A. Lovett
Probability Zero:
Viktor Frankenstein's Bar and Grill and Twenty-Four-Hour Roadside Emporium by Michael F. Flynn
Free Fall Hunt by Mack Hassler
Colony on the Fifth Planet by Bruce McAllister
Reader's Departments:
Guest Editorial: Sci-Fi and Science Fiction by James Gunn
In Times to Come
Biolog: Lettie Prell by Richard A. Lovett
The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
(see review)

Apex Magazine - Issue 99, August 2017 by (Apex Magazine 27 August 2017 / ) - Apex Magazine – Issue 99, August 2017

Table of Contents:
Words from the Guest Editor – Amy H. Sturgis
Welcome to the Authentic Indian Experience™ by Rebecca Roanhorse (original)
If a Bird Can Be a Ghost by Allison Mills (original)
Skinny Charlie's Orbiting Teepee by Pamela Rentz (original)
The Trip by Mari Kurisato (original)
Indigenous Wonderworks and the Settler-Colonial Imaginary by Daniel Heath Justice
Interview with Author Allison Mills by Andrea Johnson
Interview with Cover Artist Dana Tiger by Russell Dickerson
(see review)

Asimov’s Science Fiction September/October 2017 - Vol. 41 Nos. 9 & 01 - (Whole Numbers 500 & 501) by (Asimov 29 August 2017 / ) - Asimov’s Science Fiction September/October 2017 – Vol. 41 Nos. 9 & 01– (Whole Numbers 500 & 501)

Table of Contents:
Wind Will Rove by Sarah Pinsker
Universe Box by Michael Swanwick
Grand Theft Spacecraft by R. Garcia y Robertson
Books of the Risen Sea by Suzanne Palmer
Short Stories:
Riding the Blue Line with Jack Kerouac by Sandra McDonald
Dead Men in Central City by Carrie Vaughan
Arriving at Terminal: Xi's Story by James Gunn
The Ganymede Gambit: Jan's Story by James Gunn
Zigeuner by Harry Turtledove
The Fourth Hill by Dennis E. Staples
The Cabinet by William Preston
An Incident in the Literary Life of Nathan Arkwright by Allen M. Steele
Squamous and Eldritch Get a Yard Sale Bargain by Tim McDaniel
Disturbance in the Produce Aisle by Kit Reed
Jump-Point Failure by John Richard Trtek
Poaching Country by Bethany Powell
First Contact by Stuart Greenhouse
Your Clone Finds Her Stray by Robert Frazier
Locked in Amber by Jane Yolen
X Marks the Spot by Robert Borski
Sleeping Beauty Attains Bliss by Leslie J. Anderson
Editorial: Thirty-First Annual Readers' Awards' Results by Sheila Williams
Reflection: The Last Hittite by Robert Silverberg
On the Net: Remembering Bertie by James Patrick Kelly
Next Issue
On Books by Norman Spinrad
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Clarkesworld 131 - August 2017 by (Clarkesworld 27 August 2017 / ) - Clarkesworld 131 – August 2017

Table of Contents:
Twisted Knots by D.A. Xiaolin Spires
Reversion by Nin Harris
The Stone Weta by Octavia Cade
In the Blind by Sunny Moraine
A Man Out of Fashion by Chen Qiufan (translated by Ken Liu)
Fleet by Sandra McDonald (Reprint)
Venice Drowned by Kim Stanley Robinson (Reprint)
How to Invent an Alien Language? A Linguistic Perspective by Olga Kino
Pirate Pharmaceuticals, Robots, and Kaiju: A Conversation with Annalee Newitz by Chris Urie
Another Word: The Subtle Art of Promotion by Cat Rambo
Editor's Desk: Ask and You Shall Receive by Neil Clarke
Twisted Knots by D.A. Xiaolin Spires, read by Kate Baker
Reversion by Nin Harris, read by Kate Baker
The Stone Weta by Octavia Cade, read by Kate Baker
High Priest by Pascal Blanche
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online - August 2017 by (Flash Fiction Online 31 August 2017 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – August 2017

Table of Contents:
Editorial - A Quick Jaunt Through Space and Time by Suzanne Vincent
Three Ways to Ruin Your Best Friend's Birthday (and How She Fixes It) by Andrea Corbin (Science Fiction)
Proceedings from the First and Only Sixteenth Annual One-Woman Symposium on Time Manipulation by Stewart C. Baker (Science Fiction)(Reprint)
That Dark Sweet Magic by Travis Burnham (Fantasy)
Plain Jane Learns To Knit Wormholes by Wendy Nikel (Science Fiction)
FXXK Writing: The Big Day by Jason S. Ridler (Article)
(see review)

Lightspeed #87 - August 2017 by (Lightspeed 30 August 2017 / ) - Lightspeed #87 - August 2017

Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:
Tongue by Ashok K. Banker (Original)
The Sun God at Dawn, Rising frpm a Lotus Blossom by Andrea Kail (Reprint)
An Inflexible Truth by Christopher East (Original)
Swing Time by Carrie Vaughan (Reprint)
Fantasy Stories:
East of Eden and Just a Bit South by Ken Scholes (Reprint)
The Shining Hills by Susan Palwick (Original)
A Citizen in Childhood's Country by Seanan McGuire (Reprint)
Ink by Bruce McAllister (Original)
Author Spotlights:
Ashok K. Banker, Christopher East,
Susan Palwick, and Bruce McAllister
Editorial, August 2017 by John Joseph Adams
Book Reviews: July 2017 by LaShawn M. Wanak
TV Review: American Gods by Joseph Allen Hill
Interview: Annalee Newitz by Christian A. Coleman
Exclusive Paid Content:
Novella: Steppin' Razor by Maurice Broaddus
(see review)

Nightmare #59 - August 2017 by (Nightmare 30 August 2017 / ) - Nightmare #59- August 2017

Table of Contents:
The Devil of Rue Moret by James Rabb (Original)
Senbazuru by V.H. Leslie (Reprint)
The Spook School by Nick Mamatas (Original)
Shift by Nalo Hopkinson (Reprint)
Author Spotlights:
James Rabb and Nick Mamatas
Editorial, August 2017 by John Joseph Adams
The H Word: I Need My Pain by Gemma Files
Book Reviews: August 2017 by Terence Taylor
Interview: Terence Taylor by The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy
(see review)

The Dark - Issue 28, September 2017 by (The Dark 30 August 2017 / ) - The Dark - Issue 28, September 2017

Table of Contents:
Lucky Girl by Erika L. Satifka
The Embalmer by Helen Marshall (reprint)
These Bones Aside by Lora Gray
Red String by Cassandra Klaw (reprint)
Cover art by breakermaximus. (see review)

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Sep/Oct 2017 - Volume 133, Nos. 3 & 4 Whole No. 733 by (Fantasy & Science Fiction 29 August 2017 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Sep/Oct 2017 – Volume 133, Nos. 3 & 4 Whole No.733

Table of Contents:
Leash on a Man by Robert Reed
The Hermit of Houston by Samuel R. Delaney
Children of Xanadu by Juan Paulo Rafols
Short Stories:
Evil Opposite by Naomi Kritzer
We Are Born by Dare Segun Falowo
Tasting Notes on the Varietals of the Southern Coast by Gwendolyn Clare
The Care of House Plants by Jeremy Minton
On Highway 18 by Rebecca Campbell
Hollywood Squid by Oliver Buckram
Still Tomorrow's Going to Be Another Working Day by Amy Griswold
Bodythoughts by Rahul Kanakia
Riddle by Lisa Mason
The Two Choice Foxtrot of Clapham County by Tina Connolly
Starlight Express by Michael Swanwick
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Books by James Sallis
Science: Vanishing Act by Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty
Films: On Finding Her Inner Kaiju by Kathi Maio
Coming Attractions
Curiosities by Robert Eldridge
Cartoons: Danny Shanahan, Nick Downes, Arthur Masear, S. Harris
Cover by Maurizio Manzieri for "Starlight Press"
(see review)

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