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Analog Science Fiction and Fact –January/February 2015 – Vol. CXXXV No. 1 & 2
Edited by Trevor Quachri
Cover Artist: John Allemand
Review by Sam Tomaino
Analog Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1059-2113
Date: 27 November 2014

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The January/February 2015 issue of Analog features stories by Richard A. Lovett, J.T. Sharrah, Stephen Lombard, Henry Lien, Jay Werkheiser, Chuck Rothman, David L. Clements, Arlan Andrews, Sr., Priya Chand, Jerry Oltion, Judith Tarr, Andy Dudak, Sean Vivier, and Lex Wilson, a fact article by Stanley Schmidt, a Probability Zero by Marianne Dyson, a poem by Bruce Boston, plus the regular features.

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Analog Science Fiction and Fact –January/February 2015 – Vol. CXXXV No. 1 & 2

Table of Contents:
Defender of Worms by Richard A. Lovett
Malnutrition by J.T. Sharrah
Just Browsing by Stephen Lombard
The Great Leap of Shin by Henry Lien
Usher by Jay Werkheiser
Short Stories:
Ulenge Prime by Chuck Rothman
Long Way Gone by David L. Clements
Orion, Rising by Arlan Andrews, Sr.
The Yoni Sutra by Priya Chand
Why the Titanic Hit the Iceberg by Jerry Oltion
Fool's Errand by Judith Tarr
Sansara and Ice by Andy Dudak
Marduk's Folly by Sean Vivier
Unmother by Lex Wilson
Science Fact:
Orbits to Order by Stanley Schmidt
Probabilty Zero:
Space Bugs by Marianne Dyson
The Secret of Cold Fusion by Bruce Boston
Reader's Departments
Guest Editorial: Here's to Your Health by Rajnar Vajra
Biolog: J,T. Sharrah by Richard A Lovett
The Alternate View by Jeffrey D. Kooistra
In Times to Come
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
Analytical Laboratory Ballot
The 2014 Index
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

(Source: Analog)

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