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Analog Science Fiction and Fact January/February 2013 Vol. CXXXIII No. 1 & 2
Edited by Stanley Schmidt
Cover Artist: David A Hardy
Review by Sam Tomaino
Analog Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1059-2113
Date: 23 November 2012

Links: Analog Science Fiction & Fact / Show Article /

The January 2013 of Analog has stories by Rajnar Vajra, Edward M. Lerner, Brad R. Torgersen, Robert Scherrer, Amy Thomson, Kyle Kirkland, Jerry Oltion, John G. Hemry and H.G. Stratmann, a fact article by Michael F. Flynn, two Probability Zero stories by Harry Turtledove and Edward M. Lerner, plus the usual features.

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Analog Science Fiction and Fact - January/February 2013 - Vol. CXXXIII No. 1 & 2

Table of Contents:
Novella:
The Woman Who Cried Corpse by Rajnar Vajra
Time Out by Edward M. Lerner
Novelettes:
The Exchange Officers by Brad R. Torgersen
Descartes's Stepchildren by Robert Scherrer
Buddha Nature by Amy Thomson
True to Form by Kyle Kirkland
Short Stories:
In the Moment by Jerry Oltion
The War of the Worlds, Book One: Chapter 18: The Sergeant-Major by John G. Hemry
Neighborhood Watch by H.G. Stratmann
Science Fact:
The Great Ptolemaic Smackdown and Down-and-Dirty Mud-Wrassle by Michael F. Flynn
Special Feature:
Time, Place and Wonder: The Use of Setting in Short Fiction by Richard A. Lovett
Probability Zero:
We Install by Harry Turtledove
Unplanned Obsolescence by Edward M. Lerner
Reader's Departments:
The Editor's Page
Biolog: Robert Scherrer by Richard A. Lovett
The Alternate View by Jeffrey D. Kooistra
In Times to Come
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
The 2012 Index
Analytical Library Ballot
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

(Source: Analog)

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