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Galaxy's Edge Magazine: Issue 11, November 2014
Edited by Mike Resnick
Review by Sam Tomaino
Galaxy's Edge Paperback/eZine  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781612422428
Date: 01 November 2014 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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The November 2014 issue of Galaxy's Edge (#11) has stories by Leena Likitalo, Robert Silverberg, James Aquilone, Maureen McHugh, Alex Shvartsman, Jack Skillingstead, Ralph Roberts, Jack McDevitt, Marina J. Lostetter, and Lou J. Berger, an interview with Eric Flint, and other features.

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Galaxy's Edge - Issue 11: November 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
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Table of Contents:
The Editor's World by Mike Resnick
Fiction:
Zombies at Work by Leena Likitalo
The Pain Peddlers by Robert Silverberg (reprint)
No Place for a Hero by James Acquilone
Honeymoon by Maureen McHugh (reprint)
Fate and Other Variables by Alex Shvartsman
Dead Worlds by Jack Skillingstead (reprint)
The Orphan Tractors by Ralph Roberts
Cryptic by Jack McDevitt (reprint)
Song of the Sargasso by Marina J. Lostetter (A Sargasso Containment Story)
Nicki Dark and the Black Rust by Lou J. Berger (A Sargasso Containment Story)
Features:
The Galaxy's Edge Interview: Eric Flint by Joy Ward
Waiting for Shakespeare? (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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