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Analog Science Fiction and Fact - December 2009 - Vol. CXXIX No.12 by (Analog 27 September 2009 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact – December 2009 – Vol. CXXIX No.12

Table of Contents:
Serial:

    To Climb a Flat Mountain, conclusion by G. David Nordley
Novelettes:
    Formidable Caress by Stephen E. Baxter
    Wilderness Were Paradise Enow by H.G. Stratmann
Short Stories:
    The Jolly Old Boyfriend by Jerry Oltion
    The Universe Beneath Our Feet by Carl Frederick
Science Fact:
    Plate Tectonics, Goldilocks, and the Late, Heavy Bombardment: Why Earth Isn't Mars or Venus by Richard A. Lovett
Probability Zero:
    A Flash of Lightning by Robert Scherrer
Reader's Departments:
    The Editor's Page
    In Times to Come
    The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
    The Reference Library by Don Sakers
    Brass Tacks
    Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
(see review)

Analog Science Fiction and Fact - November 2009 - Vol. CXXIX No.11 by (Analog 26 September 2009 / ) - Analog Science Fiction and Fact - November 2009 – Vol. CXXIX No.11

Table of Contents:
Serial:

    To Climb a Flat Mountain, pt I of II by G. David Nordley
Novelettes:
    Amabit Sapiens by Craig DeLauncey
    Joan by John G. Hemry
Short Stories:
    Foreign Exchange by Jerry Oltion
    Thanksgiving Day by Jay Werkhiser
Science Fact:
    Rock! Bye-Bye, Baby by Edward M. Lerner
Reader’s Departments:
    The Editor’s Page
    In Times to Come
    The Alternate View by Jeffrey D. Kooistra
    The Reference Library by Don Sakers
    Brass Tacks
    Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
(see review)

Asimov's Science Fiction - December 2009 - Vol. 33 Nos. 12 - (Whole Numbers 407) by (Asimov's Science Fiction 26 September 2009 / ) - Asimov’s Science Fiction – December 2009 – Vol. 33 Nos. 12 – (Whole Numbers 407)

Table of Contents:
Novelettes:

    A Large Bucket, and Accidental Godlike Mastery of Spacetime by Benjamin Crowell
    Some Like It Hot by Brian Stableford
Short Stories:
    A Lovely Little Christmas Fire by Jeff Carlson
    As Women Fight by Sara Genge
    Animus Rights by John Shirley
    Angie’s Errand by Nick Wolven
    Leaving the Station by Jim Aikin
    The Bride of Frankenstein by Mike Resnick
Poetry:
    The Anti-World by Andrew Gudgel
    The World’s Ending Again in 2012 by Darrell Schweitzer
    Shiner by G.O. Clark
Departments:
    Editorial: All Around the Town by Sheila Williams
    Reflections: Building Worlds: Part III by Robert Silverberg
    Next Issue
    On Books by Peter Heck
    The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Asimov's Science Fiction - October/November 2009 - Vol. 33 Nos. 10 & 11 - (Whole Numbers 405 & 406) by (Asimov's Science Fiction 25 September 2009 / ) - Asimov’s Science Fiction – October/November 2009 – Vol. 33 Nos. 10 & 11 – (Whole Numbers 405 & 406)

Table of Contents:
Novella:

    The Sea of Dreams by William Barton
Novelettes:
    Blood Dauber by Ted Kosmatka & Michael Poore
    Wife-Stealing Time by R. Garcia y Robertson
    Flowers of Asphodel by Damien Broderick
    Flotsam by Elissa Malcohn
    The Ghost-Hunter's Beautiful Daughter by Christopher Barzak
Short Stories:
    Where the Time Goes by Heather Lindsley
    Erosion by Ian Creasey
    Before My Last Breath by Robert Reed
    Deadly Sins by Nancy Kress
Poetry:
    Derivative Work by Elissa Malcohn
    For Ye, of Very Little Faith by W. Gregory Stewart
    Monsters by Geoffrey A. Landis
    Unghost Stories by Greg Beatty
    The Hedge Witch’s Upgrade by Sandra Lindow
    Edgar Allan Poe by Bryan D. Dietrich
Departments:
    Editorial: True Confessions by Sheila Williams
    Reflections: Building Worlds: Part II by Robert Silverberg
    On the Net: The People's Telescope by James Patrick Kelly
    Thought Experiments: Almost Possible by Mary Robinette Kowal
    Next Issue
    On Books: The Folk of Fringe by Norman Spinrad
    The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
(see review)

Black Static Twelve - August/September 2009 by (TTA Press 24 September 2009 / ) - Black Static Twelve – August/September 2009
TTA Press, 5 Martins Lane, Witcham, Ely, Cambs CB6 2LB, UK

Table of Contents:
Stories:

    My Brother’s Keeper by Nina Allen
    Bryson Feeds Families (Six Interviews) by T.F. Davenport
    Flatrock Sunners by Sarah Totton
    Stone Whispers by Tim Casson
    Charles by Steve Rasnic Tem
    Unearthed by Kim Lakin-Smith
Features:
    White Noise by Peter Tennant
    Interference by Christopher Fowler
    Electric Darkness by Stephen Volk
    Case Notes by Peter Tennant
    Blood Spectrum by Tony Lee
    Night’s Plutonium Shore by Mike O'Driscoll
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online - 08/2009 by (Flash Fiction Online 28 September 2009 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – 08/2009
10 Ridgeview Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052

Table of Contents:

    In This Issue by Jake Freivald
    Flash 08/2009, #1: There Are No Great Truths Here by D.T. Friedman
    Flash 08/2009, #2: Purpose by R.W. Ware
    Flash 08/2009, #3: A Taste for Life by Patrick Frievald
    Short-Short Sighted #14: Flash Fiction of Event: Tackling a Problem by Bruce Holland Rogers
    Flash 08/2009, #4: The Lobbyist’s Tale by Bruce Holland Rogers
    Classic Flash # 21: Death and Odysseus by Lord Dunsany
    (see review)

    Flash Fiction Online - 09/2009 by (Flash Fiction Online 28 September 2009 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – 09/2009
    10 Ridgeview Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052

    Table of Contents:

      In This Issue by Jake Freivald
      Review by Jake Frievald: Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction
      Flash 09/2009, #1: Suddenly Speaking by Ray Vukcevich
      Flash 09/2009, #2: Doofus by Mark Patrick Moorehead
      Flash 09/2009, #3: How High the Moon by Patrick Lundigan
      Short-Short Sighted #15: Collaborating with MICE: Using Theory as a Creative Partner by Bruce Holland Rogers
      Classic Flash # 22: Miranda’s Will from Punch
    (see review)

    Jim Baen's Universe August 2009 by (Baen 28 September 2009 / ) - Jim Baen’s Universe August 2009 Table of Contents: Science Fiction Stories:

      Mouse Suits by Stephen Eley
      No GUTS, No Glory by Edward M. Lerner
      Ganny Knits a Spaceship by David Gerrold
    Fantasy Stories:
      The Blitz Experience by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
      Why I Live in the Silver Mine by Marissa Lingen
    Classic:
      The Ordeal of Doctor Trifalgus by Jules Verne
    NSF Contest Winner:
      Catherdral by Mike Barretta
    Serials:
      Blade Light, Episode 4 by Michaele Jordan
      SETI Library: Lathe of Evolution, Part 1 by Gregory Benford
    Introducing:
      Dream For Sale – Two Bits by Thomas Alan Mays
    Nonfiction Articles:
      Thinking About SF by David Brin
      Two Steps Toward General AI by Stephen Euin Cobb
    Columns:
      Universe Closing by Eric Flint
      What's in a Name by Mike Resnick
      Acceptable Nerds by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
      Let Me Be Frank (or Welcome to the Allamagoosa Russell-Palooza!) by Bud Webster
      August 2009 by Stephen Euin Cobb
      Delayed by Eric Flint (Salvos Against Big Brother)
      Terminal Error by Barry N. Malzberg
    (see review)

    Murky Depths #9 by (Murky Depths 24 September 2009 / ) - Murky Depths #9
    Subscription Rates & Special Offers Available at www.murkydepths.com

    Table of Contents:
    Non-Fiction:

      An interview with Paul Drummond
      Cover Script – Insight into this issue’s cover
      Plastic Life by KJ Bishop
      An interview with Juliet E McKenna
      r@t Confidential /r@t attat
      Mike Carey – Writing Competition
      Matt Wallace’s Depth Charge – The Svengali of Soc
    Short Stories:
      Is This My Last Testament? By Juliet E McKenna – art by Nancy Farmer
      Complaint From The Other World by Matt Finucane – art by Dennis Pacher
      Distant Rain by Andrew Knighton – art by Smuzz
      Cancelled by Robert E Keller – art by Martin Deep
      Fast Learners by Derek Cagemann – art by Nathaniel Milljour
      March of the Broken by Craig Hallam – art by Jenna White
      Transported Man by Anthony Malone – art by Neil Struthers
      Postosuchus Kirkpatricki by Kevin Brown – art by AR Yngve
    Graphic Stories:
      Dead Girls by Richard Calder – art by Leonardo M. Giron
      The Wrath of God – Part 2 by Luke Cooper
      The Escape Artist by Chris Huff – art by Riock Lundeen
    (see review)

    The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction October/November 2009 - Volume 117, No.3 & 4, Whole No. 685 by (Fantasy & Science Fiction 24 September 2009 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction October/November 2009 - Volume 117, No.3 & 4, Whole No. 685

    Table of Contents:
    Novella:

      Halloween Town by Lucius Shepard
    Novelets:
      The Far Shore by Elizabeth Hand
      Bandits of the Trace by Albert E. Cowdrey
      The Way They Wove the Spells in Sippulgar by Robert Silverberg
      I Waltzed with a Zombie by Ron Goulart
      Another Life by Charles Obemdorf
    Short Stories:
      Logicist by Carol Emshwiller
      Blocked by Geoff Ryman
      Mermaid by Robert Reed
      Never Blood Enough by Joe Haldemann
      The President's Book Tour by M. Rickert
      Through Time and Space with Ferdinand Feghoot LXXI by Ron Partridge
      Shadows on the Wall of the Cave by Kate Wilhelm
    Departments:
      Editorial by Gordon Van Gelder
      Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
      Musing on Books by Michelle West
      Plumage From Pegasus: Sugar and Spice by Paul Di Filippo
      Coming Attractions
      Science: Seeing Red by Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty
      Films: Anti-Trek by Lucius Shepard
      Competition #78
      Curiosities by David Langford
    Cartoons: Bill Long, Arthur Masear, S. Harris and Frank Cotham

    (see review)

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