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Analog Science Fiction and Fact - March 2015 – Vol. CXXXV No. 3
Edited by Trevor Quachri
Cover Artist: Dominic Harman
Review by Sam Tomaino
Analog Magazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1059-2113
Date: 28 December 2014

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The March 2015 of Analog features the stories by Adam-Troy Castro, Martin L. Shoemaker, Brian Trent, Erick Melton, Ron Collins, Marissa Lingen, Elisabeth R. Adams, Andrew Barton, Eric James Stone, and Ryan W. Norris, a fact article by Steven L. Peck, a Probability Zero by Jay Werkheiser, a poem by Steven Dondinger plus the regular features.

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Analog Science Fiction and Fact –March 2015 – Vol. CXXXV No. 3

Table of Contents:
Tasha's Fail-Safe by Adam-Troy Castro
Brigas Nunca Mais by Martin L. Shoemaker
Karma Among the Cloud Kings by Brian Trent
Short Stories:
Robot Boss by Erick Melton
After by Ron Collins
Blue Ribbon by Marissa Lingen
Second Birthday by Elisabeth R. Adams
The Badges of Her Grief by Andrew Barton
An Immense Darkness by Eric James Stone
The Extraordinary Extraterrestrial Togo Mouse from Ghana by Ryan W. Norris
Science Fact:
Five Wagers on What Intelligent Life Elsewhere in the Universe Will Be Like by Steven L. Peck

Probabilty Zero
Phenol-Faery by Jay Werkheiser
The Impending Apocalypse Helps Me Maintain Perspective by Steven Dondinger
Reader's Departments:
Guest Editorial: Sneak Invasion Revisited by Jamie Todd Rubin
Biolog: Marissa Lingen by Richard A Lovett
The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
In Times to Come
The Reference Library by Don Sakers
Brass Tacks
Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

(Source: Analog)

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