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Asimov's Science Fiction – October/November 2008 – Vol. 32 No. 10 & 11 – (Whole Number 393 & 394) by (Asimov's Science Fiction 25 August 2008 / ) - Asimov's Science Fiction – October/November 2008 – Vol. 32 No. 10 & 11 – (Whole Number 393 & 394)

Table of Contents:

    The Erdmann Nexus by Nancy Kress
    Truth by Robert Reed
    Defending Elysium by Brandon Sanderson
    The English Mutiny by Ian R. MacLeod
Short Stories:
    Listening for Submarines by Peter Higgins
    Prayers for an Egg by Sara Genge
    Money is No Object by Leslie What
    Dhuluma No More by Gord Sellar
    Cat in the Rain by Jack Skillingstead
    The First Dancers by Michael Meyerhoffer
    Return of Zombie Teen Angst by Mike Allen
    Goodbye Billy Goat Gruff by Jane Yolen
    A Crisis of Forest by Sandra Lindow
    Editorial: The 2008 Dell Magazines Award by Sheila Williams
    Reflections: Beaming It Down by Robert Silverberg
    On the Net: Alternativity by James Patrick Kelly
    On Books: Post-Genre Speculative Fiction by Norman Spinrad
    The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Electric Velocipede #14 – Spring 2008 by (Electric Velocipede 25 August 2008 / ) - Electric Velocipede #14 – Spring 2008
$5 single issue (except for this issue which is $7), 4-issue subscription $20 – prices higher outside U.S. Mailing address: PO Box 266, Bettendorf, IA 52722
Table of Contents<
Cover: Lisa Snellings-Clark

      Leslie Claire Walker - Your Blood
    Short Stories:
      Elissa Malcohn - Hermit Crabs
      Lisa Mantchev - Perfect Tense
      Tracie McBride - The Last Tiger
      Sandra McDonald - Recipe for Survival
      Melissa Mead - Stepsister
      Jennifer Pelland - Sashenka Redux
      Sara Saab - No Bubblewrap for Little Guys
      Michelle Scott - Them
      D. E. Wasden - The Artificial Sunlight of Memory
      Leslie What - #1
      Sharon E. Woods - Bull
      Erzebet YellowBoy - Waiting at the Window
      Lida Broadhurst - Asylum
      Erin Hoffman - Hyldegarde Speaks to Jacqueline
      Sonya Taaffe - Evighed
    Penelope O'Shea - Sampling the Aspic
    Karen Joy Fowler - Blindfold Taste Test
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online – 8/2008 by (Flash Fiction Online 27 August 2008 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – 8/2008
10 Ridgeview Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052

Table of Contents:

Short-Short Sighted #3: "Momentum, Disruption, and Proof of Deflection: A Story in Three Steps" By Bruce Holland Rogers


    Flash 8/2008, #1: Stone the Crows by Elizabeth Creith
    Flash 8/2008, #2: Reverse Engineering by Mark Cole
    Flash 8/2008, #3: On the Road With Rutger by Michael Kelly
    Classic Flash # 9: The True History of the Hare and the Tortoise by Lord Dunsany
(see review)

Interzone – Issue 217 – August 2008 by (TTA Press 25 August 2008 / ) - Interzone – Issue 217 – August 2008 Table of Contents

    Africa by Karen Fishler
    The Two-Headed Girl by Paul G. Tremblay
    The Ships Like Clouds, Risen By Their Rain by Jason Sanford
    Concession Girl by Suzanne Palmer
    Little Lost Robot by Paul McAuley
    Comus of Central Park by M.K. Hobson
    Editorial by Peter Bullock
    Ansible Link by David Langford (News & Gossip – Obituaries)
    Laser Fodder by Tony Lee (DVD Reviews – Competitions) Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe (Film Reviews)
    Bookzone (Book Reviews)
      (see review)

      Jim Baen's Universe, Volume 3, Number 2, August 2008 by (Baen 26 August 2008 / ) - Jim Baen's Universe August 2008, Volume 3, Number 2

      Table of Contents
      Science Fiction Stories:

        Discards by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
        Shopping Spree by Beth Bernobich
        Tribute by Todd McCaffrey
        The Lordly Loofah by Bud Webster
        The Super by Bud Sparhawk
      Fantasy Stories:
        Dragon's Tooth by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (19115)
        Twinkletoes by J.A. Howe (3177)
        A Martian Odyssey by Stanley G. Weinbaum
      NSF Contest Winner:
        Letting Go by David Walton
      Serials – Parts and Parts:
        Countdown to Armageddon, Episode Six by Edward M. Lerner
        Fish Story, Episode Fourteen by Eric Flint, Andrew Dennis and Dave Freer
      Introducing: Stories by New Authors:
        Playing Nice with God's Bowling Ball by N.K. Jemison (5580)
        Quality of Life by Benjamin Crowell
        Tales of the Prozines by Mike Resnick
        Transhumanism's Universal Success is Unavoidable by Stephen Euin Cobb
        The Greatest Thinker of Them All by Mike Resnick
        Adventures with a Search Engine by Eric Flint
        The Science in Science Fiction by Ben Bova
        At the O.K. Corral by Barry N. Malzberg
        What's New In The Future And You, August 2008 by Stephen Euin Cobb
      (see review)

      Murky Depths #5 by (Murky Depths 26 August 2008 / ) - Murky Depths #5 Subscription Rates & Special Offers Available at Zine's Website (see link above)
      Table of Contents
      Non-Fiction: An Interview with Luke Cooper
      Short Stories:

        The Night Runner by Christopher Hawkins – art by Scott Gray
        So This Is Mi by Alison Littlewood – art by Nancy Farmer
        Spoils of the Thirteenth Valkyrie by Liza Granville – art by Mike Landsdell
        A Gland Enterprise by Bill Ward – art by Martin Deep
        Halls of the Tollomai by Lee Moan – art by Oli Smith
        Killer of the Dead by Edward M. Erdelac – art by Tomas Moran
        Pearl by Lisa A. Koosis – art by Paul Drummond
        The Digitally Damned by Ross Kimble – art by Zarina Liew
        Fix by Matt Doyle – art by Ed Norden
        Misty Rain by Michael J. DelLuca – art by Wayne Blackhurst
      Graphic Stories:
        Johnny Nightshift - art and story by Ed Norden
        Final Cut by James Johnson – art by Glen Giron
        The Dark Gospel – 4 – Conclusion - art and story by Luke Cooper
        The Look by Sylvanus Moxley – art by Ginn
      (see review)

      Psychological Methods to Sell Should Be Destroyed: Stories by Robert Freeman Wexler (Spilt Milk Press 25 August 2008 / ) - Psychological Methods to Sell Should Be Destroyed: Stories Price - $5.00. Split Milk Press, PO Box 266, Bettendorf, IA 52722

      Table of Contents
      Introduction by Zoran Živković

        Tales of the Golden Legend
        Valley of the Falling Clouds
        The Green Wall
        The Sidewalk Factory: A Municipal Romance
      Biographical Information
      Publishing History
      (see review)

      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction – October/November 2008 - Volume 115, No. 4&5, Whole No. 677 & 678 by (Fantasy & Science Fiction 27 August 2008 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction – October/November 2008 - Volume 115, No. 4&5, Whole No. 677 & 678

      Table of Contents

          Days of Wonder by Geoff Ryman
          The Visionaries by Robert Reed
          Planetesimal Dawn by Tim Sullivan
        Short Stories:
          Inside Story by Albert E. Cowdrey
          Sleepless Years by Steven Utley
          The New York Times at Special Bargain Rates by Stephen King
          Dazzle Joins the Screenwriter's Guild by Scott Bradfield
          Going Back in Time by Laurel Winter
          Private Eye by Terry Bisson
          Whoever by Carol Emshwiller
          Evidence of Love in a Case of Abandonment: One Daughter's Personal Account by M. Rickert
          The Scarecrow's Boy by Michael Swanwick
          December 22, 2012 by Sophie M. White
          Books to Look For by Chsrles de Lint
          Musing on Books by Michelle West
          Plumage from Pegasus: Till Human Voices Shake Us, and We Frown by Paul Di Filippo
          Coming Attractions
          Science: Rocks in Space by Paul Doherty and Pat Murphy
          Competition #76
          Curiosities by Fred Chappell
        Cartoons: Arthur Masear, J.P. Rini

        (see review)

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