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Asimov's Science Fiction - April/May 2011 - Vol. 35 Nos. 4 & 5 - (Whole Numbers 423 & 424)
Edited by Sheila Williams
Cover Artist: Benjamin Carre
Review by Sam Tomaino
Asimov's Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1065-2698
Date: 26 April 2011

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The April/May 2011 issue of Asimov's Science Fiction has stories by Alexander Jablokov, William Preston, Tom Purdom, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Michael Swanwick, Mike Resnick, Nick Mamatas, Rudy Rucker, Christopher Barzak, Esther M. Friesner, and Jack Skillingstead along with the usual columns.

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Asimov's Science Fiction - April/May 2011 - Vol. 35 Nos. 4 & 5 - (Whole Numbers 423 & 424)

Table of Contents:
The Day the Wires Came Down by Alexander Jablokov
Clockworks by William Preston
A Response from EST17 by Tom Purdom
Becalmed by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Short Stories:
An Empty House With Many Doors by Michael Swanwick
The Homecoming by Mike Resnick
North Shore Friday by Nick Mamatas
The Fnoor Hen by Rudy Rucker
Smoke City by Christopher Barzak
The One That Got Away by Esther M. Friesner
The Flow and Dream by Jack Skillingstead
Religion is Canceled by Danny Adams
Ballad of the Warbots by Jack O'Brien
Monsters of the Stratosphere by Darrell Schweitzer
Garden Fairies by Jane Yolen
Seeking Out Lobe-finned Truths by Robert Frazier
Black Hole by William John Watkins
Editorial: Rose-Tinted Goggles by Sheila Williams
Reflections: More About the Plot Genie by Robert Silverberg
Thought Experiments: Celebrating Isaac by James Gunn
On Books: Urbi et Orbi by Norman Spinrad
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss

(Source: Asimov's)

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