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Abyss & Apex Issue 64: 4th Quarter 2017 by (Abyss & Apex 26 November 2017 / ) - Abyss & Apex Issue 64: 4th Quarter 2017

Table of Contents
Guest Editorial:
Surviving as a Freelancer by Lucy A. Snyder
The Last Trap by Simon Kewin
Kaitlin Out of Space by Krishan Coupland
Flotsam by Anthony Bell
Bankrupt Memories for Auction by Thomas K. Carpenter
Kim and the Mantas by Barton Paul Levinson
The Thrum of the Locust by Axel Hassan Taiari
Special Holiday Story (to be published December 25)
On the Express by Josh Pearce
Circling the Moon by Jane Yolen
Thumbs by Alison Mcbain
The Child, or the Tiger? by Thomas Lociero
The Kumiho Cooks Pajeon by Kelsey Dean
thistles and weeds by Gretchen Tessmer
Archaeology by Shannon Connor Winward
* by Simon Perchik
The Patron Saint of Lost Causes by Chris Castro-Rappl
On All My Planets at Once by John Grey
Distant Deaths of Galaxies by Ann K. Schwader
Small Press Book Reviews:
The Ramshead Algorithm and Other Stories by KJ Kabza
The Genehunter: The Complete Casebook by Simon Kewin
CYPULCHRE by Joseph MacKinnon
The Cross Cutting Trilogy by Wendy Hammer
(see review)

Apex Magazine - Issue 102, November 2017 by (Apex Magazine 26 November 2017 / ) - Apex Magazine – Issue 102, November 2017

Table of Contents:
Words from the Editor-in-Chief – Jason Sizemore
An Unexpected Boon by S.B. Divya
Untilted by K.A. Teryna (translated by Alex Shvartsman)
The Dude Who Collected Lovecraft by Nick Tamatas and Tim Pratt (reprint)
Between the Lines with Laura Zars and Erik Kane
Page Advice by Mallory O'Meara and Brea Grant
The Sublet, Terrifying Familiar: A Feature and Interview with Director John Ainsle by Lesley Conner
Words for Thought: Short Fiction Review with A.C. Wise
S.B. Divya by Andrea Johnson
Cover Artist Max Mitenkov by Russell Dickerson
(see review)

Black Static Sixty-One - Nov/Dec 2017 by (TTA Press 28 November 2017 / ) - Black Static Sixty-One – Nov/Dec 2017

Table of Contents:
The Anniversary by Ruth EJ Booth
For Whom the Dogs Bark by Ralph Robert Moore (novelette)(illustrated by Joachim Luetke)
The Book of Dreems by Georgina Bruce (illustrated by Vince Haig)
Do Not Google by Andrew Humphrey
A Small Life by Carly Holmes (novelette)(illustrated by George C. Cotronis)
Tancho by Mel Kassel
Notes From the Borderland: Do You Believe in Ghosts? by Lynda E. Rucker
Into the Woods: Down on Paper by Ralph Robert Moore
Blood Spectrum - Film reviews by Gary Couzens
Case Notes – Book Reviews by Peter Tennant
(see review)

Clarkesworld 134 – November 2017 by (Clarkesworld 26 November 2017 / ) - Clarkesworld 134 – November 2017

Table of Contents:
Prasetyo Plastics by D.A. Xiaolin Spires
Retrieval by Suzanne Walker
Dead Heroes by Mike Buckley
Who Won the Battle of Arsia Mons? by Sue Burke
The Catalog of Virgins by Nicoletta Vallorani (translated by Rachel S. Cordasco)
Second Person, Present Tense by Daryl Gregory (Reprint)
Martian Blood by Allen M. Steele (Reprint)
Science Fiction and the Fall of the Evil Empire by Mark Cole
Husky Genes and the Antrhopocene: A Conversation with Paul McAuley by Chris Urie
Another Word: Listen Up! by James Patrick Kelly
Editor's Desk: The Voice in the Shadows by Neil Clarke
Praseyto Plastics by D.A. Xiaolin Spires, read by Kate Baker
Retrieval by Suzanne Walker, read by Kate Baker
Dead Heroes by Mike Buckley, read by Kate Baker
Homecoming 2 by Jonas De Ro
(see review)

Flash Fiction Online – November 2017 by (Flash Fiction Online 28 November 2017 / ) - Flash Fiction Online – November 2017

Table of Contents:
Editorial – An Attitude of Gratitude by Suzanne Vincent
Crater Meet by Brian Trent (Mainstream)
Last Long Night by Lina Rather (Science Fiction)(2017 Reprint)
The Stars and the Rain by Emily McCosh (Science Fiction)
Baker by Sheila Massie (Fantasy)
FXXK Writing The Gutters: "Tasty and Nasty" Failure by Jason S. Ridler (Article)
(see review)

Interzone #273 - Nov/Dec 2017 by (TTA Press 27 November 2017 / ) - Interzone #273-–Nov/Dec 2017

Table of Contents:
Looking for Laika by Laura Mauro (novelette)(illustrated by Richard Wagner)
After the Titans by Rachael Cupp (illustrated by Richard Wagner)
Fully Automated Nostalgia Capitalism by Dan Grace
The Big So-So by Erika Satifka (illustrated by Vincent Sammy)
The Garden of Eating by R. Boyczuk (illustrated by Martin Hanford)
James White Award Winning Story: The Morrigan by Stewart Horn
Editorial by Erica L. Satifka
Future Interrupted: Genre Culture from Below by Jonathan McCalmont
Time Pieces: An Autumn Journey by Nina Allan
Ansible Link by David Langford – News, Obituaries
Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe – Film Reviews
Book Zone – Book Reviews
(see review)

Lightspeed #90 - November 2017 by (Lightspeed 28 November 2017 / ) - Lightspeed #90 - November 2017

Table of Contents: Science Fiction Stories:
The Mutable Borders of Love by Leslie What (Reprint)
A Vortal in Midtown by Ashok K. Banker
Alice & Bob by Philip Raines and Harvey Welles (Reprint)
Cake Baby (A Kango and Sharon Adventure) by Charlie Jane Anders
Fantasy Stories:
The Faerie Tree by Kathleen Kayembe
The Day the Wizards Came by Rachel Swirsky (Reprint)
A Wound Like an Unplowed Field by Max Wynne
The Commission of The Philosophical Alembic by Jonathan L. Howard (Reprint)
Author Spotlights:
Ashok K. Banker, Charlie Jane Anders
Kathleen Kayembe, Max Wynne
Editorial, November 2017 by John Joseph Adams
Book Reviews: November 2017 by LaShawn M. Wanak
Movie Reviews: Blade Runner 2049 by Carrie Vaughan
Interview: Molly Tanzer by Wendy N. Wagner
Exclusive Paid Content:
Novella: Tracking Song by Gene Wolfe
Novel Excerpt: Creatures of Will and Temper by Molly Tanzer
(see review)

Nightmare #62 - November 2017 by (Nightmare 28 November 2017 / ) - Nightmare #62 - November 2017

Table of Contents:
The Zodiac Walks on the Moon by Will Lugwigsen
Mysterium Tremendum by Molly Tanzer (Reprint)
The Summer Mask by Karin Lowachee
My Saints Are Down by Jayaprakash Satyamurthy (Reprint)
Editorial, November 2017 by John Joseph Adams
The H Word: Food for Thought by Emily Savada
Book Review: November 2017 by Terence Taylor
(see review)

Omni Winter 2017, Issue 74 Volume 1 by (Omni Magazine 29 November 2017 / ) - Omni Winter 2017, Issue 74 Volume 1

Table of Contents:
Feature – Doing Time on a Generation Starship by Sherry Baker
Provocation – Building Doctor Who’s Time Machine by Robert Lanza
Essay - Travels on Time’s Arrow by Michael Shermer
Every Hour of Light and Dark by Nancy Kress
Sidewalks by Maureen McHugh
Verweile Doch (But Linger) by Rich Larson
William Gibson by Elizabeth Hand
The Future of Longevity – Elizabeth Blackburn interviewed by Linda Marsh
Media by Paul Levinson
Sparks by David Marlett
Mind-Brain Lab by Keith Harary
Traces by Jill Neimark
Last Word by Mike Edison
Extraordinary War Machines by Jakub Rozalski
A Peek Through the Wormhole by Sulaiman Almawash
Impossible Dreams by Erik Johansson

Datastream – Play/Trajectories/Memes
First Word by Pamela Weintraub
Omnibus – Contributors
Artificial Intelligence by Robert K.J. Killheffer
Bios by Pamela Weintraub
Matter by Shannon Paulus
Gaming by Keith Farrell
Eco by Josie Garthwaite
(see review)

Shimmer – Number 40, November 2017 by (Shimmer 27 November 2017 / ) - Shimmer – Number 40, November 2017

Table of Contents:
Editor's Note by E. Catherine Tobler
Boneset by Lucia Iglesias
Shimmer Interviews: Lucia Iglesias
The Atomic Hallows and the Body of Science by Octavia Cade
Shimmer Interviews: Octavia Cade
Raise-the-Dead Cobbler by Andrea Corbin
Shimmer Interviews: Andrea Corbin
The Weight of Sentience by Naru Dames Sundar
Shimmer Interviews: Naru Dames Sundar
Cover Art by Sandro Castelli
Interviews by E. Catherine Tobler
(see review)

Skelos 3: The Journal of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy by Mark Finn, Chris Gruber, Jeffrey Shanks (Skelos Press 26 October 2017 / $14.95) - Skelos 3: The Journal of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy

Table of Contents:
Short Fiction:
Ten Thousand Drops of Holy Blood by John R. Fultz
Cats of Dornishett by Michelle Muenzler
Book of Blasphemy by Keith Taylor
The Collection by Rhona Eudaly
The Muttwhelp by Edward M. Erdelac
The Killing by Scott Cupp
Edderkop by Lynne Jamneck
Curse of the Dripping Blade by Christopher Fulbright
Fat Charlie by S. Boyd Taylor
Invitation to Dine by Cynthia Vespia
Last Pale Light in the West by Josh Rountree
Dead River Revenge - Part 1 by Chris Gruber
Pawns in the House of Ghosts by John C. Hocking
The Prideful Scribe by Ashley Dioses
By the Deep-Green Sea by Peter Rawlik
Woman in the Feathered Mask by K.A. Opperman
Destroyers by Wade German
The Last Battle by Aurela Wilder
Rogue by Chad Hensley
Jirel by Pat Calhoun
The Boys from Atlantis by Bobby Derie
It Seems to be a Sort of Monster: Misrepresentations of the Cephalopod in the Fiction of Jules Verne and H.P. Lovecraft by Jack Staines
Special Features:
Skull Session - Editorial by Mark Finn
By Crom! by Rachel Kahn
Images of the Southern Gothic - A Photo Gallery by Aimee Reist
An Interview with Lynne Jamneck and S.T. Joshi by Jason V. Brock
The Bone Yard - Reviews
S.L. Edwards, Dave Bryzekski, Nicole Givens Kurtz, Jim Lee, Luke E. Dodd
Front cover: William Blake. Back cover: Allen Koszowski. Interior: Virgil Finlay, Victor Hugo, Rachel Kahn, Allen Koszowski, H.P. Lovecraft, Esteban Maroto, Alphonse de Neuville, James Doyle Penrose, Hugh Rankin, Aimee Reist,Valentin Serov, Jeffrey Shanks, Tim Truman, Mr. Zarono
(see review)

The Dark - Issue 31, November 2017 by (The Dark 29 November 2017 / ) - The Dark - Issue 31, November 2017

Table of Contents:
Necksnapper by MP Johnson
The Vault of the Sky, the Face of the Deep by Robert Levy (reprint)
When The Night Blooms, An Artist Transmutes: A Three-Act Play by Nin Harris
Lump in Your Throat by Robert Shearman (reprint)
Cover art by Sandeep Karunakaran. (see review)

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