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Abyss & Apex Issue 32: 4th Quarter 2009 by Wendy S. Delmater (Abyss & Apex 29 October 2009 / ) - Abyss & Apex Issue 32: 4th Quarter 2009

Table of Contents:
Editorial – The Joy of Small Cons: Campbell Conference 2009 by Christopher McKitterick

Short Fiction:

    Mirror Girl by Paul Carlson
    Lake of Dreams by Christopher Lockhart
    Epitaph in Oak by Craig Watson
    Out of the Blue by Lavie Tidhar
    The Wrong Basement by David J. Sakmyster
Flash Fiction:
    A Recipe for Broke-Heart Bread by K. Bird Lincoln
    The Chinese Chef Was a Hologram by Max Salnikov
    Nine Views of the Oracle by Rachel Manija Brown
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online - 10/2009 by Jake Freivald (Flash Fiction Online 29 October 2009 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – 10/2009
10 Ridgeview Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052

Table of Contents:
In This Issue by Jake Freivald
Flash 10/2009, #1: Eating It Too by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Flash 10/2009, #2: Death Babies by S. Craig Renfroe, Jr
Flash 10/2009, #3: The Door by Damon Shaw
For Writers, 10/2009: The Philosophy of Composition by Edgar Allan Poe
Classic Flash # 23: Nyarlathotep by H. P. Lovercraft
(see review)

Interzone - Issue #224 by (TTA Press 28 October 2009 / ) - Interzone – Issue #224 – Sep/Oct 2009

Table of Contents:

    Sublimation Angels – Novella by Jason Sanford (illustrated by Paul Drummond)
    No Longer You by Katherine Sparrow and Rachel Swirksky (illustrated by Mark Pexton)
    Shucked by Adrian Joyce (illustrated by Dave Senecal)
    The Godfall's Chemsong by Jeremiah Tolbert (illustrated by Martin Bland)
    The Festival of Tethselem by Chris Butler (illustrated by Martin Bland)
    Ansible Link by David Langford – News – Obituaries
    Book Zone – Book Reviews – Interview with Robert Holdstock
    Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe – Film Reviews
    Laser Fodder by Jason Lee – DVD/BlueRay Reviews
(see review)

Jim Baen's Universe October 2009 by (Baen 28 October 2009 / ) - Jim Baen’s Universe October 2009

Table of Contents:
Science Fiction Stories:

    If the Frame Fits: A Jake Masters Story by Mike Resnick
    A Thousand Worlds, A Million Adventures by Chet Gottfried
    Canaan by Matthew Rotondo
Fantasy Stories:
    New Jersey’s Top Ghost Tours Reviewed and Rated by Sarah Avery
    Katie Birch by Sarah L. Edwards
    A Curious Fragment by Jack London
    Blade Light, Episode 5 by Michaele Jordan
    SETI Library: Lathe of Evolution, Part 2 by Gregory Benford
Nonfiction Articles:
    We Will Transmute the Elements by Stephen Euin Cobb
    Pros and Cons by Mike Resnick
    The Crumbling Monolith by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
    Goodbye to the Happy Few by Barry N. Malzberg
    Murray Leinster's a Ten(ster), or Deal Out the Lincolns to William F. Jenkins by Bud Webster
    October 2009, What's New in the Future and You by Stephen Euin Cobb
(see review)

Kaleidotrope – Issue 7 - October 2009 by (Kaleidotrope 29 October 2009 / ) - Kaleidotrope – Issue 7 – October 2009
P.O. Box 25, Carle Place, NY 11514
Subscriptions - $5 per issue, $18 for four issues ($28 international)

Table of Contents:

    Remember by Lindsey Duncan
    Albatross Ghostsby Joanne Anderton
    How Antkind Lost its Soul by Bill Ward
    The Beekeepers by J. Alan Pierce
    Fortune by Alberto Chimal
    The Vigilant by Jason Hinchcliffe
    Please Share My Umbrella by Jean Huets
    The Clay Men by C.L. Holland
    Lock and Key by Alyssa Fowers
    Chamberlain McLaverty by Sean Ruane
    Duma of the Valley Kifaru by A. Kiwi Courters
    Intuo by Dale Carothers
    What Bear Skull Holder Taught Me by Jeffrey Meyer
    To Put Away Childish Things by Aaron A. Polson
    Star Over Babylon by John Walters
    Horseshoe by Stacy Sinclair
        Marbles by David C. Kopaska-Merkel

        Two Poems by klipshutz
        My Friend, the Sculptor by Terrie Leigh Relf
        Sligo by Oritsegbemi Emmanuel Jakpa
        Flickering She by Berrien C. Henderson
        Cower by Aurelio Rico Lopez III
        Speaking to Socrates by Rhian Waller
        Nostalgia by Marcie Lynn Tentchoff
        Cover by Kurt Kirchmeier
        Insta-Baby by Tom Powers & Amanda Banaszewski
        Talking to Your Parents by Erica Hildebrand
      (see review)

      New Genre - Summer 2009 - Volume i Number VI - $8.50 by (New Genre 29 October 2009 / ) - New Genre – Summer 2009 – Volume i Number vi - $8.50
      Write New Genre, PO Box 270092, West Hartford, CT 06127
      Back issues #1, $5.50 all others $8.50 – Subscriptions $16 for 2 issues – indicate which issue subscription should begin with.

      A Sing Economy by Adam Golaski (essay)
      Jack the Satellite Jockey by Michael Filimowicz
      Lonegan’s Luck by Stephen Graham Jones
      The Sparrow Mumbler by Eric Schaller
      I Am Antenna/Antennae by Matthew Pendleton

      Contributor’s Notes
      (see review)

      The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction December 2009 - Volume 117, No. 5, Whole No. 686 by (Fantasy & Science Fiction 27 October 2009 / ) - The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction December 2009 - Volume 117, No. 5, Whole No. 686

      Table of Contents:

        Dragon's Teeth by Alex Irvine
        Hell of a Fix by Matthew Hughes
        Inside Time by Tim Sullivan
        I Needs Must Part: The Policeman Said by Richard Bowes
      Short Stories:
        Bad Matter by Alexandra Duncan
        Farewell Atlantis by Terry Bisson
        Illusions of Tranquility by Brendan Du Bois
        The Blight Family Singers by Kit Reed
        The Economy of Vacuum by Sarah Thomas
        Iris by Nancy Springer
        The Man Who Did Something About It by Harvey Jacobs
        Editorial by Gordon Van Gelder
        Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
        Books by James Sallis
        Coming Attractions
        Films: Post-Modern Hasidism…With Puppets! By Kathi Maio
        Curiosities by F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre
        Cartoons: Bill Long, Arthur Masear, S. Harris
      (see review)

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