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Analog Science Fiction and Fact - January/February 2011 - Vol. CXXXI Nos.1&2
Edited by Stanley Schmidt
Cover Artist: Bob Eggleton
Review by Sam Tomaino
Analog  ISBN/ITEM#: 1059-2113
Date: 25 November 2010

Links: Analog Science Fiction & Fact / Show Article /

The January/February 2011 of Analog features stories by Domingo Santos, Juliette Wade, Dave Creek, Sean McMullen, Stephen L. Burns, Michael F. Flynn, Donald Moffitt, Marissa Lingen, David M. Goldman, Norman Spinrad, Janet Freeman and a Probability Zero by Richard A. Lovett along with the usual features

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Analog Science Fiction and Fact - January/February 2011 - Vol. CXXXI Nos.1&2

Table of Contents:
Novella:
The First Day of Eternity by Domingo Santos
Novelettes:
At Cross Purposes by Juliette Wade
The Unfinished Man by Dave Creek
Enigma by Sean McMullen
Stay by Stephen L. Burns
The Frog Prince by Michael F. Flynn
Short Stories:
A Snitch in Time by Donald Moffitt
Some of Them Closer by Marissa Lingen
The First Conquest of Earth by David M. Goldman
Out There by Norman Spinrad
Non-Native Species by Janet Freeman
Science Fact:
Other Earths in Space in Time by Kevin Walsh
Probability Zero: Multivac's Singularity by Richard A. Lovett
Special Feature:
Writing Fiction... About Yourself by Richard A. Lovett
Reader's Departments:
The Editor's Page
Biolog: Juliette Wade by Richard A. Lovett
The Alternate View by Jeffrey D. Kooistra
In Times to Come
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
The 2010 Index
Analytical Laboratory Ballot
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

(Source: Analog)

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