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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction September/October 2014 – Volume 127, Nos.3&4, Whole No.715
Edited by Gordon Van Gelder
Cover Artist: Bryn Barnard for
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: B004ZFZCKY
Date: 29 August 2014

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The September/October 2014issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction(#715) has stories by Jérôme Cigur, Phyllis Eisenstein, Albert E. Cowdrey, Matthew Hughes, David Gerrold, Oliver Buckram, Tom Underberg, Jay O'Connell, Dale Bailey, Brenda Carre, Robert Reed, and Ray Vukevich.

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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction September/October 2014– Volume 127, Nos.3&4, Whole No.715

Table of Contents:

Novelets:
The Rider by Jérôme Cigur
The Caravan to Nowhere by Phyllis Eisenstein
The Wild Ones by Albert E. Cowdrey
Avianca's Bezel by Matthew Hughes
The Thing in the Backyard by David Gerrold
Short Stories:
Marketing Strategies of the Apocalypse by Oliver Buckram
Sir Pagan's Gift by Tom Underberg
Other People's Things by Jay O'Connell
The Culvert by Dale Bailey
Embrace of the Planets by Brenda Carre
Will He? by Robert Reed
The Way We Are by Ray Vukevich
Departments:
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Books by Elizabeth Hand
Science: The Hole in Reality by Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty
FILMS: Once Upon a Storyboard by David J. Skal
Coming Attractions
Curiosities by Graham Andrews
Cartoons: Arthur Masear, Danny Shanahan, Bill Long

(Source: Fantasy & Science Fiction)

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