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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction - January/February 2014 Volume 126, Nos.1&2, Whole No.711
Edited by Gordon Van Gelder
Cover Artist: Kent Bash for The Lightness of the Movement
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy & Science Fiction  ISBN/ITEM#: 1095-8258
Date: 26 February 2014

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The March April 2014 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction(#712)has stories by Pat MacEwen, John DeCles, Michael Libling, Leo Valdimirsky, Oliver Buckram, Ron Goulart, Sarah Pinkser, Albert E. Cowdrey, Daniel Marcus, Ted White, D.M. Armstrong, Gordon Eklund, and Rob Chilson, plus the usual features.

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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction - January/February 2014 - Volume 126, Nos.1&2, Whole No.711

Table of Contents:

The Lightness of the Movement by Pat MacEwen

Apprentice by John DeCles
Draft 31 by Michael Libling

Short Stories:
Collar by Leo Valdimirsky
A Struggle Between Rivals Ends Surprisingly by Oliver Buckram
Hark, the Wicked Witches Sing by Ron Goulart
A Stretch of Highway Two Lanes Wide by Sarah Pinkser
Byzantine History 101 by Albert E. Cowdrey
Albion Upon the Rock by Daniel Marcus
The Uncertain Past by Ted White
Butterscotch by D.M. Armstrong
I Said I Was Sorry Didn't I by Gordon Eklund
Our Vegetable Love by Rob Chilson

Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Musing on Books by Michelle West
Coming Attractions
Films: Stalking Love on the Time-Space Continuum by KathiMaio
Curiosities by David Langford
Cartoons:ArthurMasear, Danny Shanahan, J.P. Rini

(Source: Fantasy & Science Fiction)

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