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Bull Spec #7 – Spring 2012
Edited by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn
Cover Artist: Angi Shearstone
Review by Sam Tomaino
Bull Spec Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 2152-5234
Date: 26 April 2012

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Bull Spec.#7 is here with stories by D.K. Thompson, Jason Erik Lundberg, Stephanie Ricker, Natania Barron, J.P. Trostle and Jason K. Chapman, along with some nice interviews & reviews, the third part of a graphic story, eight poems and some other stuff.

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Bull Spec #7 – Spring 2012
Published quarterly by BULL SPEC/PO Box 13146, Durham, NC 27709
Price per print issue $8, $15 for four print issues plus shipping,
$9.95 for four electronic issues NC residents add sales tax (you can also add up to $5 per subscription or $3 per issue as a gift to the contributors) Table of Contents:
The Gearaffe Who Didn't Tick by D.K. Thompson - Illustrated by Angi Shearstone
Complications of the Flesh by Jason Erik Lundberg - Illustrated by Jason Strutz
Inseperables' War by Stephanie Ricker - Illustrated by Jason Strutz
Fish Eyes by Natania Barron - Illustrated by Brigid Ashwood
Friday Nite at the A&W by J. P. Trostle - Illustrated by Gabriel Dunston
When Dreams Wake by Jason K. Chapman- Illustrated by Indrapramit Das
The Fall Queen by Alexandra Seidel
One Hundred Years in the Wood by Daniel A. Rabuzzi
Increments by Lemuel Harik
A Fembot’s Quantum Love by Deborah Walker
Night Patrol by Athena Andreadis
Laurels by Mari Ness
Letting Go by Damon Shaw
The Year of Disasters by Sofia Samatar
Graphic Short:
The Long Lives of Heroes (part 3 of 4) by Jeremy Whitley and Jason Strutz
Interviews and Features:
Into the Hinterlands by David Drake and Johh Lambshead - Interview by Jeremy L. C. Jones - Essays by Toni Weisskopf, Mark L. Van Name, and John Lambshead
In Deep by Vernor Vinge - Review and Interview by Paul Kincaid The Magister Trilogy<.i> by C.S. Friedman - Review and Interview by Dan Campbell
Circle Tide by Rebecca K. Rowe - Review and Interview by C. D. Covington
Panverse Three by Dario Ciriello - Review and Interview by Rich Horton
The Urban Uncanny by Lauren Beukes - Interview by Preston Grassmann
Experience is the Only Kind of Story by J.M. McDermott - Essay by John H. Stevens
X-Minus One - Article by Peter Wood - Illustrated by Gabriel Dunston
Reviews of: The Clockwork Rocket by Greg Egan (Reviewed by Paul Kincaid), The Goblin Corps by Ari Marmell (Reviewed by Joseph Giddings), The Postmortal by Drew Magary (Reviewed by J. P. Wickwire), The Rift Walker by Clay and Susan Griffith (Reviewed by Natania Barron), Briarpatch by Tim Pratt (Reviewed by Dustin Monk), Mr. Fox by Helen Oyeyemi (Reviewed by Larry Nolen), Osama by Lavie Tidhar (Reviewed by Paul Kincaid), The Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow and Context by Cory Doctorow (Reviewed by Nick Mamatas)
Editorial: Are you listening? by Samuel Montgomery-Blinn

(Source: Bull Spec)

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