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Space And Time #113 Spring 2011
Edited by Hildy Silverman
Cover Artist: Karl Kofoed
Review by Sam Tomaino
Space and Time Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 0271-2512
Date: 21 February 2011

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The new issue of Space And Time is #113 and is here with stories by Adam Corbin Fusco, Michael Kelly, M. Landau Friedman, Jakob Drud, Trulie Peterson, Silva Morena-Garcia, T.L. Morganfield, Nicky Drayden, Don Webb, Jeffrey Goddin , by Eric Rousey and Catherine J. Gardner along with poetry, an interview with Ben Bova by Stephen Euin Cobb and poetry book reviews by Linda D. Addison.

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Space and Time #113 Spring 2011
Space and Time, 458 Elizabeth Avenue, #5348, Somerset, NJ 08873
Single issue - $5.00 + $1.50 shipping, Subscriptions 4/$20 (outside US 4/$22)

Table of Contents:
Fiction:
Clockwork Looking Glass, or How Mr. Fox Earned His Stripes by Adam Corbin Fusco
Hark at the Wind by Michael Kelly
Prayers and Benedictions by M. Landau Friedman
Expert Adman by Jakob Drud
Atocha by Trulie Peterson
At the Edge by Silva Morena-Garcia
The Jade Bones by T.L. Morganfield
Antimatter is a Girl's Best Friend by Nicky Drayden
Doll by Don Webb
Kittywampus by Jeffrey Goddin
Five Observations of the Same Time and Space by Eric Rousey
Flying Dutchmen by Catherine J. Gardner
Poetry:
Lifestyle Programming by Deborah Walker
Small Gifts by Marcie Lynn Tentchoff
Worlds Apart by Steven H. Silver
Out There by Josh Byer
A Poet's Suggestion to Earth-Bound Scientists by Pat Tompkins
Scifaiku by C. William Hinderliter
Nonfiction:
Editor's Geeble by Hildy Silverman
Ben Bova: A Lively Q&A in Front of an Audience of his Fans by Stephen Euin Cobb
Word Ninja by Linda D. Addison

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