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Space and Time #119 Summer/Fall 2013
Edited by Hildy Silverman
Cover Artist: Martin Hanford
Review by Sam Tomaino
Space and Time  ISBN/ITEM#: 0271-2512
Date: 28 October 2013

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Here is Space And Time #119 with stories by Kurt Newton, Christopher DeFilippis, Paige E. Ewing, Yeoryios Pantazis, Chet Gottfried, Todd Austin Hunt and Dawn Lloyd, along with poetry, an interview of Timothy Zahn by Stephen Euin Cobb, an article about film reboots by Daniel Kimmel, and poetry book reviews by Linda Addison.

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Space and Time #119 Summer/Fall 2013

Table of Contents:
Fiction:
Nikola Tesla and the Resonating Frequency Transmitter by Kurt Newton
The Punk Meets the Godfather by Christopher DeFilippis
Flyboy by Paige E. Ewing
The Brothel in Lysimakia by Yeoryios Pantazis
An Inadvertent Wizard by Chet Gottfried
The Little Girl who Cried in the Back Room by Todd Austin Hunt
Hide and Seek by Dawn Lloyd
Poetry:
Type 1 Error by Jeff Jepsen
Winter on Mars by Daniel Ausema
The Land of Never Tell by Chrissa Sandlin
Desolace, Once Bright and Green by Robert Franz
Listen by Neil Weston
Crying Over Spilt Milk by J.J. Steinfeld
NightMares and Demo by Jill Bauman
Pulp Covers by Leonard H. Roller
The Beautiful Bombs by Pedro Iniguez
Hal 9000 by David Barber
Letter Full of Rain by Jennifer Juneau
Silent Light by Steve Newton
Lizards in a Cage by WC Roberts
Nonfiction:
Editor's Geeble by Hildy Silverman
Timothy Zahn: Father of the Star`Wars Expanded Universe Novels by Stephen Euin Cobb
Reboot by Daniel M. Kimmel
Word Ninja Linda A. Addison

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