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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Sep/Oct 2011 – Volume 121, No. 3&4, Whole No. 697 by Gordon Van Gelder
Edited by Gordon Van Gelder
Cover Artist: David Hardy
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy & Science Fiction  ISBN/ITEM#: 1095-8258
Date: 28 August 2011

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The Sep/Oct 2011 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction has stories by Esther N. Friesner, Deborah J. Ross, Chris DeVito, Albert E. Cowdrey, Geoff Ryman, Sarah Langan, Daniel Marcus, M. Rickert, Jon Armstrong, Donald Mead, Karl Bunker, and Alan Peter Ryan.

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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction Sep/Oct 2011 – Volume 121, No. 3&4, Whole No. 697
This issue has an on-sale date of August 30, 2011

Table of Contents:
Rutger and Baby Do Jotunheim by Esther N. Friesner
A Borrowed Heart by Deborah J. Ross
Anise by Chris DeVito
Where Have All the Young Men Gone? by Albert E. Cowdrey
What We Found by Geoff Ryman
Short Stories:
The Man Inside Black Betty by Sarah Langan
Bright Moment by Daniel Marcus
The Corpse Painter’s Masterpiece by M. Rickert
Aisle 1047 by Jon Armstrong
Spider Hill by Donald Mead
Overtaken by Karl Bunker
Time and Tide by Alan Peter Ryan
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Musing on Books by Michele West
Plumage from Pegasus: The Smell of the Griefpaint, the Roar of the Cowed by Paul Di Filippo
Coming Attractions
Films: The Lure of an Imagined Past by Kathi DiMaio
Curiosities by Paul Di Filippo
Cartoons: Danny Shanahan, J.P. Rini, Christopher Olson

(Source: Fantasy & Science Fiction)

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