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Analog Science Fiction and Fact – July/August 2013 – Vol. CXXXIII No. 7 & 8
Edited by Trevor Quachri
Cover Artist: Tomislav Tikulin
Review by Sam Tomaino
Analog Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1059-2113
Date: 28 April 2013

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The July/Augusr 2013 of Analog features stories by Howard V. Hendrix, Brad R. Torgersen, Arlan Andrews, Sr., Harris A. Durrani, Rosemary Claire Smith, Mary Lou Klecha, Alec Austin, and Marissa Lingen, K.C. Ball, Seth Dickinson, Rick Norwood, and Bud Sparhawk, the conclusion of a serial by Edward M. Lerner, fact articles by H.G. Stratmann and Fran Van Cleave, a Probability Zero by Jamie Todd Rubin plus the regular features.

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Analog Science Fiction and Fact – July/August 2013 – Vol. CXXXIII No. 7 & 8

Table of Contents:
Serial:
Dark Secret, conclusion by Edward M. Lerner
Novellas:
Other People’s Avatars by Howard V. Hendrix
The Chaplain’s Legacy by Brad R. Torgersen
Novelettes:
Thaw by Arlan Andrews, Sr.
Tethered by Harris A. Durrani
Short Stories:
Not With a Bang by Rosemary Claire Smith
Ready, Set by Mary Lou Klecha
Milk Run by Alec Austin and Marissa Lingen
A Quiet Little Town in Minnesota by K.C. Ball
Cronus and the Ships by Seth Dickinson
Love by Rick Norwood
Crep D’Etoile by Bud Sparhawk
Science Fact:
Galactic Cannibalism: Who’s on the Menu by H.G. Stratmann
The Fabulous Fruits of Mendel’s Garden by Fran Van Cleave
Probability Zero:
The Negative Effect of Climate Change on the Unusual Beasts of the World by Jamie Todd Rubin
Reader's Departments:
The Editor's Page
The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
In Times to Come
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
Analytical Laboratory Award Results
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

(Source: Analog)

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