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Asimov's Science Fiction – October/November 2011 – Vol. 35 Nos. 10 & 11 – (Whole Numbers 429 & 430)
Edited by Sheila Williams
Cover Artist: Paul Youll
Review by Sam Tomaino
Asimov's Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1065-2698
Date: 27 August 2011

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The October/November 2011 issue of Asimov's Science Fiction has stories by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Kij Johnson, Kit Reed, Eleanor Arnason, Dominica Phetteplace, Jason K. Chapman, Eugene Mirabelli, Jack Skillingstead, Derek Künsken and Nancy Kress along with the usual columns.

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Asimov's Science Fiction – October/November 2011 – Vol. 35 Nos. 10 & 11 – (Whole Numbers 429 & 430)

Table of Contents:
Stealth by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
The Man Who Bridged The Mist by Kij Johnson
The Outside Event by Kit Reed
My Husband Steinn by Eleanor Arnason
Short Stories:
The Cult of Whale Worship by Dominica Phetteplace
The Petty Pace by Jason K. Chapman
The Pastry Chef, The Nanotechnologist, The Aerobics Instructor and The Plumber by Eugene Mirabelli
Free Dog by Jack Skillingstead
To Live and Die in Gibbontown by Derek Künsken
A Hundred Hundred Daisies by Nancy Kress
Being One With Your Broom by Ruth Berman
Extended Family by Bruce Boston
The Music of Werewolves by Bruce Boston
Galileo's Inkspots Fade Into Twilight by Geoffrey A. Landis
Vampire Politics by Ruth Berman
Editorial: Send in the Right Reviewer by Sheila Williams
Reflections: A Writer's Diary by Robert Silverberg
On the Net: Steamed by James Patrick Kelly
Next Issue:
On Books: Inside/Outside by Norman Spinrad
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss

(Source: Asimov's)

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