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Analog Science Fiction and Fact – Vol. CXXV, No. 11 – December 2007 by Stanley Schmidt (Analog 26 October 2007 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact – Vol. CXXV, No. 11 – December 2007 ISSN 1059-2113
Editor – Stanley Schmidt

Table of Contents
Novella:

    Reunion by David M. Goldman
Novelettes:
    Icarus Beach by C.W. Johnson
    Kukulkan by Sarah K. Castle
Short Stories:
    Anything Would Be Worth It by Lesley L. Smith
    Salvation by Jerry Oltion
    Domo Arigato," Says Mr. Roboto by Robert R. Chase
Science Fact: Finding Planemos by Kevin Walsh

Reader's Departments

    The Editor's Page
    In Times to Come
    The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
    The Reference Library by Tom Easton
    Brass Tacks
    Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
Cover Art by Jean-Pierre Normand (see review)

Asimov's Science Fiction- December 2007 by Sheila Williams (Asimov's Science Fiction 26 October 2007 / ) - Asimov's Science Fiction- December 2007 – Vol. 31 No. 12 (Whole Number 383) ISSN 1065-2698
Editor: Sheila Williams

Table of Contents:
Serial:

    Galaxy Blues (Part Two of Four): Down and Out on Coyote by Allen M. Steele
Novella:
    All Seated on the Ground by Connie Willis
Short Stories:
    The Lonesome Planet Travelers' Advisory by Tim McDaniel
    Strangers on a Bus by Jack Skillingstead
    The Rules by Nancy Kress
    Do(This) by Stephen Graham Jones
Poetry:
    Classics of Fantasy: "A Christmas Carol" by Jack O'Brien
    Future Toast by Bruce Boston
    The Void Where Our Hearts Used to Be by Robert Frazier
Departments:
    Editorial: Revisiting Apollo 8 by Sheila Williams
    Reflections: Rereading Heinlein by Robert Silverberg
    On Books by Peter Heck
    The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Interzone – Issue 212 – Sep-Oct 2007 by Andy Cox (TTA Press 26 October 2007 / ) - Interzone – Issue 212 – Sep-Oct 2007 – ISSN 0264-3596
TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB62LB, UK
Editor – Andy Cox

Table of Contents:
Interface:

    Editorial – Paul Raven on Book Reviews
    Ansible Link – David Langford's News and Gossip
    Celebrating 25 Years of Interzone
Intermission (stories):
    Feelings of the Flesh by Douglas Elliott Cohen – illustrator: Warwick Fraser-Coombs
    Ack-Ack Macaque by Gareth Lyn Powell – illustrator: SMS
    A Handful of Pearls by Beth Bernobich – illustrator: Jesse Speak
    Dada Jihad by Will McIntosh – illustrator: Chris Nurse
    The Algorithim by Tim Akers – illustrator: Warwick Fraser-Combe
Interlocutions:
    Mutant Popcorn – Nick Lowe's Regular Review of the Latest Films
    Laser Fodder – Tony Lee's New Regular Review of DVD Releases
    Scores – John Clute's Regular Review of the Latest Books
    Charles Stross Talks About His Work to Kevin Stone
    Bookzone – More of the Latest Books Reviewed
    Podzone – Paul S. Jenkin's Regular Review of Podcasts
(see review)

Jim Baen's Universe Volume 2 Number 3, October 2007 by Eric Flint (Baen 26 October 2007 / ) - Jim Baen's Universe Volume 2 Number 3, October 2007
Editor-In-Chief – Eric Flint

Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:

    Tweak by Jack McDevitt
    Dreamtime by Rob Shelsky
    Kether Station by C.L. Polk
    From the Badlands by Gorg Huff and Paula Goodlett
    The Necromancer in Love by Wil McCarthy
Fantasy Stories:
    The Rest of Your Life in a Day by Elizabeth Bear
    Soul Searching by Laird Long
    Palm Sunday by Ian Watson
Classic:
    The Monster-God of Mamurth by Edmond Hamilton
NSF Contest Winner: A Better Sense of Direction by Mike Wood

Serials:

    Countdown to Armageddon, Episode One by Edward M. Lerner
    Fish Story, Episode 9: Love at First Bite… by Dave Freer, Eric Flint and Andrew Dennis
Introducing: Stories by New Authors:
    The Quiet Man by David Carrico
    The Waters of Eternity by Howard A Jones
NonFiction:
    Why Carol Won't Sit Next to Me at Science Fiction Movies by Mike Resnick
    Why Do So Many People Resist the Idea of Global Warming by Stephen Euin Cobb
Columns:
    Revealed Falsehoods by Mike Resnick
    The Economics of Writing by Eric Flint
    Scattershot by Barry Malzberg
(see review)

Kaleidotrope – Issue 3 – October 2007 by Fred Coppersmith (Kaleidotrope 26 October 2007 / ) - Kaleidotrope – Issue 3 – October 2007
Editor – Fred Coppersmith
Published Twice a Year (October and April)
PO Box 25, Carle Place, NY 11514; 1 issue - $4 – 2-year subscription - $16

Table of Contents
Fiction:

    Click by LaShawn M. Wanak
    Best Friends Forever by L.M. Harmon
    Guy, Sky High by Edd Vick
    Stump Courtship by Daniel Ausema
    Pistil, Stamen, Bloom by Stephen Graham Jones
    The Locked Door by Tara Kolden
    Eyes by Marc Schuster
    The Tailings of Men by Eric Stever
    Two Stoires by Bruce Holland Rogers
    The Loneliest Person in the World by Beth Langford
    Terraformers by Natalie J.E. Potts
    Gingered by Sarah Frost-Mellor
Poetry:
    Two Poems by Kristine Ong Muslim
    The Moth Explains by Rachel Swirsky
    Two Poems by Mark Rich
    Two Poems by Sheri Fresonke Harper
    Dreams of Sinaloa by Alverez Ricardez
    Chalk and Violet (Advice to a Werewolf) by Alyce Wilson
    As If We Could Change Anything by G.O. Clark
    Death is Dance by Cathy Buburuz
    And the Black Snake Smiled for Mary by Jacob Huskey
    Metal With Me by L. Christopher DelGuercio
    The grandmother I thought I knew by Terrie Leigh Ruff
    Zombie Haiku by Dana Koster
    A Question to Those Who Have Been Successfully Transported by Louisa Howerow
Nonfiction:
    Why I Love Doctor Who by Betty Ragan
    Horoscopes
    Contributors
(see review)

Paradox – The Magazine of Historical and Speculative Fiction – Issue 11 – Autumn 2007 by Christopher M. Cevasco (Paradox 26 October 2007 / ) - Paradox – The Magazine of Historical and Speculative Fiction – Issue 11 – Autumn 2007
Editor – Christopher M. Cevasco
Cover Art- The Sphinx and the Chimera by Welden Hawkins (1849-1910)
Published twice per year (April & October) by Paradox Publications, PO Box 22897, Brooklyn, NY 11202-2897.
Single copies - $7.50 in U.S., $8 in Canada, $10 elsewhere

Table of Contents
Fiction:

    Love, Blood and Octli by T.L. Morganfield
    In a Byzantine Garden by Darrell Schweitzer
    The Angel of Marye's Heights by Michael Livingston
    I Read the News Today, Oh Boy by Richard Mueller
    Fort Bliss by J. Kenneth Sargeant
    Letters on Natural Magic by Matthew Kirby
    The Wizard of Macatawa by Tom Doyle
Poetry:
    In the Roman Forum (A.D. 500) by Darrell Schweitzer
    The Triumph of Aurelian (A.D. 275) by Darrell Schweitzer
Departments:
    From the Editor
    New Books
    Film Reviews
    Contributor Biographies
(see review)

Space and Time – Issue #101 – Fall 2007 by Hildy Silverman (Space and Time 26 October 2007 / ) - Space and Time – Issue #101 – Fall 2007 - ISSN 0271-2512
Editor-In-Chief – Hildy Silverman
Published twice a year by Space and Time, 1308 Centennial Avenue, Ste 101, Piscataway, NJ 08854. Single issue - $5 + $1.50 shipping. Subscriptions – 2/$10, 4/$20 in US, 2/$11, 4/$22 elsewhere – in US funds

Table of Contents:
Fiction:

    Luck by Jack Ketchum
    Field Time by Holly Phillips
    The Chaos Magician by Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu
    Holler by Andersen Prunty
    Cloudy with a Chance of Invasion by Kiel Stuart
    Child of Somnus by Monte Davis
    School of the Air by Corey Brown
    The Night Visitors by John Phillips
Poetry:
    Schizophrenia by Rebecca George
    Private Eden: 2250 by Marge Simon
    Himalayan Diary: 2070 by Nancy A. Henry
    Tree of Monsters by Nine Authors
    Futility by Todd French
    A Little Night Music by Lorraine Schein
    Artemidoros, Descendant of Croesus by Darrell Schweitzer
Nonfiction:
    Editor's Geeble by Hildy Silverman
    Review of Breach the Hull by Sam Tomaino
    Reader's Letters
(see review)

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