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Asimov’s Science Fiction – October/November 2014 – Vol. 38 No. 10 & 11 – (Whole Number 465 & 466)
Edited by Sheila Williams
Cover Artist: Hisaki Yasuda for
Review by Sam Tomaino
Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1065-2698
Date: 26 September 2014

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The October/November 2014 issue of Asimov's Science Fiction has stories by Allen M. Steele, Gord Sellar, Dale Bailey, Emily C. Skaftun, Kristine Katryn Rusch, Kate Bachus, Brendan DuBois, Joel Richards, James Patrick Kelly, Robert R. Chase, Jeff Grimshaw, Jason Sanford, and Tim McDaniel, along with the usual poetry and columns.

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Asimov’s Science Fiction – October/November 2014 – Vol. 38 No. 10 & 11 – (Whole Number 465 & 466)

Table of Contents:
The Prodigal Son by Allen M. Steele
Stars Fell on Alabama by Gord Sellar
Troop 9 by Dale Bailey
Diary of a Pod Person by Emily C. Skaftun
Playing With Reality by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Short Stories:
Pinono Deep by Kate Bachus
Minutes to the End of the World by Brendan DuBois
The Witch of Truckee by Joel Richards
Uncanny by James Patrick Kelly
Decaying Orbit by Robert R. Chase.
The Cloisters by Jeff Grimshaw
What Is Sand but Earth Purified? by Jason Sanford
New Trick by Tim McDaniel
Boots by Greg Beatty
Henry Gustav Molaison by L.M. Adler
Diary of the Last Days by L.M. Lopez
If Horror Movies Have Taught Me Anything by Michael Meyerhofer
Other Versions by Craig Finlay
Morning Sickness by Aimee Ogden
A Different Kind of Stupid by Jessy Randall
Fiddler at Midnight by Jane Yolen
Editorial: Twenty-Eighth Annual Readers' Awards' Results by Sheila Williams
Reflections: Robert A. Henlein: Author of The Martian Chronicles by Robert Silverberg
On the Net: Stationed by James Patrick Kelly
Thought Experiment: Is Resistance Futile? Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Google Glass by Jay O'Connell
Next Issue
On Books: Space--The Permanent Frontier by Norman Spinrad
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss

(Source: Asimov's Science Fiction)

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