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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction July/August 2010 – Volume 119, No. 1&2, Whole No. 690
Edited by Gordon Van Gelder
Cover Artist: Thomas Canty
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy & Science Fiction  ISBN/ITEM#: 1095-8258
Date: 26 June 2010

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The July/August 2010 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction is here with stories by Michael Alexander, John Langan, Albert E. Cowdrey, Richard Bowes, Ken Albatef, Sean McMullen, Ian R. MacLeod, Rick Norwood, Brenda Carre, Ramsey Shehadeh, and Heather Lindsley

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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction July/August 2010 – Volume 119, No. 1&2, Whole No. 690
This issue has an on-sale date of June 29, 2010

Table of Contents:
Advances in Modern Chemotherapy by Michael Alexander
The Revel by John Langan
Mister Sweetpants and the Living Dead by Albert E. Cowdrey
Pining to Be Human by Richard Bowes
The Lost Elephants of Kenyisha by Ken Altabef
The Precedent by Sean McMullen
Short Stories:
Recrossing the Styx by Ian R. MacLeod
Brothers of the River by Rick Norwood
The Tale of Nameless Chameleon by Brenda Carre
Epidapheles and the Inadequately Enraged Demon by Ramsey Shehadeh
Introduction to Joyous Cooking, 200th Anniversary Edition by Heather Lindsley
Physics by Annabelle Beaver
Editorial by Gordon Van Gelder
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Plumage from Pegasus: Couch Surfing with Mickey and Judy by Paul Di Filippo
Films: Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore by Lucius Shepard
Coming Attractions
Science: How Low Can You Go? By Paul Doherty and Pat Murphy
Curiosities by David Langford
Cartoons: M. Nadler, Arthur Masear, S. Harris

(Source: Fantasy & Science Fiction)

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