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Galaxy's Edge Magazine: Issue 8, May 2014
Edited by Mike Resnick
Review by Sam Tomaino
Galaxy's Edge Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781612422022
Date: 01 May 2014 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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The May 2014 issue of Galaxy's Edge (#8) has stories by Tina Gower, Robert Silverberg, Tom Gerencer, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Andrew Liptak, David Brin, Eric Leif Davin, Robin Reed, Nancy Kress and Alex Shvartsman, as well as an interview with Gene Wolfe, and other features.

From official release/information:

Galaxy's Edge - Issue 8: May 2014

Each issue is a stand-alone "book" with a separate ISBN - Price is $6.99
Published every two months: January, March, May, July, September & November
Published by ArcManor/Phoenix Pick, P.O. Box 10339, Rockville, MD 20849-0339

Table of Contents:
The Editor's World by Mike Resnick
Stories:
Rocket Full of Mumbles by Tina Gower
To See the Invisible Man by Robert Silverberg (reprint)
Upright, Unlocked by Tom Gerencer
Millennium Babies by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (reprint)
Fragmented by Andrew Liptak
The Giving Plague by David Brin (reprint)
Icarus at Noon by Eric Leif Davin
Air and Water by Robin Reed
Do You Remember Michael Jones? by Nancy Kress
Doubt by Alex Shvartsman

The Galaxy's Edge Interview: Gene Wolfe by Joy Ward
Book Reviews by Paul Cook
Why Does a Scientist Write Science Fiction? by Gregory Benford (column)
From the Heart's Basement by Barry Malzberg (column)
Serialization: Lest Darkness Fall by L. Sprague de Camp

(Source: Galaxy's Edge)

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