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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction March/April 2010 - Volume 118, No. 3&4, Whole No. 688
Edited by Gordon Van Gelder
Cover Artist: Tomislav Tikulin
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy & Science Fiction  ISBN/ITEM#: 1095-8258
Date: 22 February 2010

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The March/April 2010 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction is here with stories by Alexandra Duncan, Tim Sullivan, Richard Bowes, Rand B. Lee, Albert E. Cowdrey, Michael Reaves, Ramsey Shehadeh, Benjamin Rosenbaum, Dennis Danvers, Bruce McAllister, and a Plumage from Pegasus from Paul Di Filippo.

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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction March/April 2010 Volume 118, No. 3&4, Whole No. 688
This issue has an on-sale date of March 2, 2010

Table of Contents:

    Amor Fugit by Alexandra Duncan
    Star-Crossed by Tim Sullivan
    Waiting for the Phone to Ring by Richard Bowes
    Class Trip by Rand B. Lee
Short Stories:
    Fort Clay, Louisiana: A Tragical History by Albert E. Cowdrey
    Make-Believe by Michael Reaves
    Epidapeles and the Insufficiently Affectionate Ocelot by Ramsey Shehadeh
    The Frog Comrade by Benjamin Rosenbaum
    The Fairy Princess by Dennis Danvers
    Blue Fire by Bruce McAllister
    Editorial by Gordon Van Gelder
    Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
    Books by Elizabeth Hand
    Plumage from Pegasus: Throw the Books at Them! By Paul Di Filippo
    Films: A Sentimental Journey by Lucius Shepard
    Coming Attractions
    Curiosities by Rick Norwood
Cartoons: Danny Shanahan, Arthur Masear, Bill Long, J.P. Rini

(Source: Fantasy & Science Fiction)

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