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Analog Science Fiction and Fact January/February 2014 Vol. CXXXIV No. 1&2
Edited by Trevor Quachri
Cover Artist: David A. Hardy
Review by Sam Tomaino
Analog Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1059-2113
Date: 24 November 2013

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The January/February 2014 of Analog features part two of a serial by Karl Schroeder, stories by Richard A. Lovett, Rob Chilson, Grey Rollins, Carl Frederick, Thoraiya Dyer, Christie Yant, Marie DesJardin, Brenta Blevins, John Frye III, Michael Turton, and Karl Bunker, a fact article by Kyle Kirkland, poems by Kaye Gladstone and Mary Turzillo plus the regular features.

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Analog Science Fiction and Fact January/February 2014 Vol. CXXXIV No. 1&2

Table of Contents:
Serial:
Lockstep, Part II of IV by Karl Schroeder
Novella:
Music to Me by Richard A. Lovett
Novelettes:
The Tansy Tree by Rob Chilson
Determined Spirits by Grey Rollins
Short Stories;
Mousunderstanding by Carl Frederick
Wine, Women and Stars by Thoraiya Dyer
This is as I Wish to Be Restored by Christie Yant
The Problem With Reproducible Bugs by Marie DesJardin
Just Like Grandma Used to Make by Brenta Blevins
Racing Prejudice by John Frye III
Technological Plateau by Michael Turton
This Quiet Dust by Karl Bunker
Science Fact;
Lighting Up the Brain: The Use of Electromagnetic Radiation to Stimulate Neurons by Kyle Kirkland
Poetry:
Nothing to Fear by Kate Gladstone
Product Recalls by Mary Turzillo
Reader's Departments;
The Editors Page
In Times to Come
The Alternate View by Jeffery D. Kooistra
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
The 2013 Index
Analytical Laboratory Ballot
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

(Source: Analog)

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