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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction November/December 2010 - Volume 119, No. 5&6, Whole No. 692 by Gordon Van Gelder
Edited by Gordon Van Gelder
Cover Artist: Maurizio Manzieri
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy & Science Fiction  ISBN/ITEM#: 1095-8258
Date: 25 October 2010

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The November/December 2010 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction has stories by Robert Reed, Alexander Jablokov, Albert E. Cowdrey, Bruce Sterling, Michaela Roessner, Richard Bowes, Jerry Oltion, Alan Dean Foster, Michael Alexander, John Kessel, Terry Bisson, and a Plumage from Pegasus from Paul Di Filippo

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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction November/December 2010 Ė Volume 119, No. 5&6, Whole No. 692
This issue has an on-sale date of October 26, 2010

Table of Contents:
Novella:
Dead Manís Run by Robert Reed
Novelets:
Plinth Without Figure by Alexander Jablokov
Swamp City Lament by Alexandra Duncan
Death Must Die by Albert E, Cowdrey
Short Stories:
The Exterminatorís Want Ad by Bruce Sterling
Crumbs by Michaela Roessner
Venues by Richard Bowes
Planning Ahead by Jerry Oltion
Free Elections by Alan Dean Foster
Ware of the Worlds by Michael Alexander
The Closet by John Kessel
Teen Love Science Club by Terry Bisson
Departments:
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Books by Elizabeth Hand
Plumage from Pegasus: The Royalties of the Fathers by Paul Di Filippo
Films: I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night by Lucius Shepard
Coming Attractions
Competition #80
Index to Volumes 118 & 119 -255-
Curiosities by Paul Di Filippo
Cartoons: Arthur Masear, J.P. Rini, Bill Long

(Source: Fantasy & Science Fiction)

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