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Analog Science Fiction and Fact – Vol. CXXVIII No. 5- May 2008 by Stanley Schmidt (Analog 24 February 2008 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact – Vol. CXXVIII No. 5- May 2008

Table of Contents:
Novella: Test Signals by David Bartell

    No Traveller Returns by David Creek
    Consequences of the Mutiny by Ronald R. Lambert
    The Night of the RFIDS by Edward M. Lerner
Short Stories:
    The Ashes of His Fathers by Eric James Stone
    Still-Hunting by Sarah K. Castle
    Petite Pilferer Puzzles Piedmont Police by Walter L. Kleine
    What Drives Cars by Carl Frederick
Science Fact: Strange Croaks and Ghastly Apparitions by Henry Honken
Probability Zero: The Dinosaurs of Eden by Darrell Schweitzer
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
(see review)

Asimov's Science Fiction- April/May 2008 – Vol. 32 No. 4 & 5 (Whole Number 387 & 388) by Sheila Williams (Editor) (Asimov's Science Fiction 23 February 2008 / ) - Asimov's Science Fiction- April/May 2008 – Vol. 32 No. 4 & 5 (Whole Number 387 & 388)

Table of Contents:
Novella: The Room of Lost Souls by Kristine Kathryn Rusch Novelettes:

    Memory Dog by Kathleen Ann Goonan
    An Alien Heresy by S.P. Somtow
    Strangers When We Meet by Kate Wilhelm
Short Stories:
    Slidin' by Neal Barrett, Jr.
    The House Left Empty by Robert Reed
    An Almanac For the Alien Invaders by Merrie Haskell
    An Art, Like Everything Else by Nick Wolven
    Ghost Town by Catherine Wells
    Another Country by Matthew Johnson
    The Advocate by Barry B. Longyear
    Gargoyle People by Bruce Boston
    Speaking Without Gravity by Mark Rich
    Robo-Cat by Kendall Evans and David C. Kopaska-Merkel
    The Lunarcheologist Requests by Greg Beatty
    The Flying Dutchman by Bryan D. Dietrich
    Children by PMF Johnson
    Robot Cat by Roger Dutcher
    Deaths on Other Planets by Joanne Merriam
    Editorial: 31 by Sheila Williams
    Reflections: Rereading Stapledon by Robert Silverberg
    On Books: The Multiverse by Norman Spinrad
    The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Interzone – Issue 214 – Feb 2008 by Andy Cox (Editor) (TTA Press 23 February 2008 / ) - Interzone – Issue 214 – Feb 2008
TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB62LB, UK

Table of Contents: Intermission (stories)

    Far Horizon by Jason Stoddard
    Pseudo Tokyo by Jennifer Linnaea
    The Trace of Him by Christopher Priest
    The Faces of My Friends by Jennifer Harwood-Smith (James White Award Winner)
    The Scent of Their Arrival by Mercurio D. Rivera
Cover: Far Horizon by Paul Drummond
    Editorial – Matters Arising
    Ansible Link – David Langford
    Reader's Poll
Interview: The Facts of the Matter – Iain M. Banks Interlocutions:
    Mutant Popcorn – Nick Lowe's Regular Review of Film Releases
    Laser Fodder – Tony Lee's Regular Review of DVD Releases
    Scores – John Clute's Regular Review of the Latest Books
    Bookzone – More of the Latest Books Reviewed
    Mangazone – Sarah Ash's Regular Manga Round-Up
(see review)

Jim Baen's Universe Volume 2 Number 5, February 2008 by Eric Flint (Editor) (Baen 23 February 2008 / ) - Jim Baen's Universe Volume 2 Number 5, February 2008

Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:

    The Smartest Mob by David Brin
    Premature Emergence by Eric James Stone
    Waking Ophelia by E. Catherine Tobler
    Spiderweb by David Gerrold
Fantasy Stories:
    The Temple of Thorns by John Lambshead
    Hourglass by Alma Alexander
    Sluggo by Mike Resnick
    Countdown to Armageddon: Episode Three by Edward M. Lerner
    The Ancient Ones: Episode Five by David Brin
    Fish Story: Episode Eleven by Dave Freer, Eric Flint and Andrew Dennis
Introducing: Stories by New Authors
    End of the Line by Holly Messinger
Classic: Unprofessional by Rudyard Kipling


    Becoming Stewards of Our World: The Greatest Theme of the 21st Century, Part One by Gregory Benford
    What I've Learned Interviewing Futurists by Stephen Euin Cobb
    Television Has a Lot to Answer For by Mike Resnick
    Paper books are not going to be joining the dodo any time soon. If ever. by Eric Flint
    The Literature of Fandom by Mike Resnick
    Substantial Fire, or Why This Column Almost Didn't Appear by Barry N. Malzberg
    February 2008 by Stephen Euin Cobb
(see review)

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction – April 2008 – Volume 114, No.4, Whole Number 671 by Gordon Van Gelder (Editor) (Fantasy & Science Fiction 23 February 2008 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction – April 2008 – Volume 114, No.4, Whole Number 671

Table of Contents:

    The First Editions by James Stoddard
    Five Thrillers by Robert Reed
    The Nocturnal Adventures of Dr. O and Mr. D. by Tim Sullivan
    The 400-Million-Year Itch by Steven Utley
Short Stories:
    Render Unto Caesar by Kevin N. Haw
    The Fountains of Neptune by Kate Wilhelm
    Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
    Books by James Sallis
    Films: The Apocalypse Blooms by Lucius Shepard
    Coming Attractions
    Competition #75: Rewrite-Ku
    Curiosities by F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre
    Cartoons: Bill Long, Arthur Masear, George Jartos
(see review)

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