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Galaxy's Edge Magazine: Issue 9, July 2014 by Michael Swanwick
Review by Sam Tomaino
Galaxy's Edge Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781612422121
Date: 01 July 2014 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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The July 2014 issue of Galaxy's Edge (#9) has stories by Gardner Dozois, Andrea G. Stewart, Robert Sheckley, Laurie Tom, Lou J. Berger, Michael Swanwick, Lisa Tang Liu and Ken Liu, and Kay Kenyon, an interview with Mercedes Lackey and Larry Dixon, and other features.

From official release/information:

Galaxy's Edge - Issue 9: 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:
Stories:
The Editor's World by Mike Resnick
Totaled by Kary English
The Peacemaker by Gardner Dozois (reprint)
Honey, Plums and Cinammon by Andrea G. Stewart
Streets of Dreams, Feet of Clay by Robert Sheckley (reprint)
The Wings, the Lungs, The Engine the Heart by Laurie Tom
Matial by Lou J. Berger
The Very Pulse of the Machine by Michael Swanwick (reprint)
Hark! Listen to the Animals by Lisa Tang Liu and Ken Liu
The Book of Faces by Kay Kenyon (reprint)

The Galaxy's Edge Interview: Mercedes Lackey and Larry Dixon by Joy Ward
How Space Was by Gregory Benford (column)
From the Heart's Basement by Barry Malzberg (column)
Book Reviews by Paul Cook
Serialization: Lest Darkness Fall by L. Sprague de Camp

(Source: Galaxy's Edge)

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