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Space and Time #115 – Fall 2011
Edited by Hildy Silverman
Cover Artist: Hannah M.G. Shapero
Review by Sam Tomaino
Space and Time  ISBN/ITEM#: 0271-2512
Date: 26 October 2011

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Here is Space And Time #115 with stories by Don D'Ammassa, Kim Antieu, Kurt Kirchmeier, Susan Liev Taylor, Forrest Aguirre, Sandra M. Odell and Robert A. Jeschonek, along with poetry, an article by Daniel M. Kimel, poetry book reviews by Linda D. Addison and an interview with Harry Turtledove.

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Space and Time #115 – Fall 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:
Misprints by Don D’Ammassa
Good Neighbors by Kim Antieu
Along Came a Spider by Kurt Kirchmeier
Sanctuary by Susan Liev Taylor
Der Automatikmann by Forrest Aguirre
The Magpie by Sandra M. Odell
The Secret Life of the Ultimate Male Enhancement by Robert A. Jeschonek
Poetry:
Necropsy by John R. Platt
How the Dead Speak to Use by Darrell Schweitzer
Protocol by F.J. Bergmann
Star Trek Dare by Richard Fein
My Mind Floats Above Me by Timothy P. Flynn
Dryad Weeping on a Fallen Tree by Jason Sturner
A Troubled Sleep by Kurt Newton
Peter and Alice by G.O. Clark
End of Empire by Gabrielle A. Rollé
Monkey See by James S. Dorr
Maid's Bane by Rick Coonrod
The Horned God by T. Frazer-Eliot
Nonfiction:
Editor's Geeble by Hildy Silverman
Interview with Harry Turtledove by Stephen Euin Cobb
Ersatz Intelligence by Daniel M. Kimmel
Word Ninja by Linda D. Addison

(Source: Space and Time)

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