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Editorial Matters - July 2012 by Gayle Surrette
Review by Gayle Surrette
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Date: 30 June 2012

Links: Gayle's Blog / Astronomy Picture of the Day / Show Article /

[Photo: Looking Back at an Eclipsed Earth. Image Credit: PHL @ UPR Arecibo, NASA, EUMETSAT, NERC Satellite Receiving Station, U. Dundee. Explanation: What's that dark spot on planet Earth? It's the shadow of the Moon.]

Here's the July issue of SFRevu. We've got our usual columns by John Berlyne (UK Books) and Sam Tomaino (Zines and Short Fiction). There's reviews of science fiction, fantasy, urban fantasy, dark fantasy, steampunk, and other categories of books. There's bound to be something to interest readers to try a new book.

Enjoy our July issue and check back during the month for additions to our news column and convention calendar.

Now for our regular announcements:

From official release/information:

[Photo: A Dark Earth with a Red Sprite. Image Credit: ISS Expedition 31 Crew, NASA. Explanation: There is something very unusual in this picture of the Earth -- can you find it? A fleeting phenomenon once thought to be only a legend has been newly caught if you know just where to look. The rarely imaged phenomenon is known as a red sprite and it can be seen, albeit faintly, just over the bright area on the image right.]

(Source: SFRevu.com)

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