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Asimov's Science Fiction October/November 2012 Vol. 36 Nos. 10 & 11 (Whole Number 441 & 442 )
Edited by Sheila Williams
Cover Artist: Donato Giancola
Review by Sam Tomaino
Asimov's Science Fiction  ISBN/ITEM#: 1065-2698
Date: 27 August 2012

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The October/November 2012 issue of Asimov's Science Fiction has stories by Alan Smale, Jay Lake, Gray Rinehart, Will Ludwigsen, Paul McAuley, Kit Reed, Vylar Kaftan, Eugene Mirabelli, Ekaterina Seda, John Alfred Taylor, and Steven Utley, along with the usual poetry and columns.

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Asimov's Science Fiction October/November 2012 Vol. 36 Nos. q0 & 11 (Whole Number 441 & 442 )

Table of Contents:
The Mongolian Book of the Dead by Alan Smale
The Stars Do Not Lie by Jay Lake
The Second Engineer by Gray Rinehart
The Ghost Factory by Will Ludwigsen
Short Stories:
Antarctica Stars Here by Paul McAuley
Results Guaranteed by Kit Reed
Lion Dance by Vylar Kaftan
This Hologram World by Eugene Mirabelli
A Handsome Fellow by Ekaterina Seda
Chromatophores by John Alfred Taylor
Shattering by Steven Utley
Three Sumerian Mummies by Peter Simons
Ghosts by Geoffrey A. Landis
The Season by Ken Poyner
Variations on Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (Or Something Like That) by Lola Haskins
Editorial: Science Fiction That Scars Children by Sheila Williams
Reflections: Reflections: Decline and Fall by Robert Silverberg
On the Net: Unreal Life by James Patrick Kelly
Next Issue
On Books: Meeting the Other by Norman Spinrad
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss

(Source: Asimov's Science Fiction)

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