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Asimov’s Science Fiction – April/May 2015 – Vol. 39 No. 4 & 5– (Whole Number 471 & 472)
Edited by Sheila Williams
Cover Artist: Gary Freeman for The New Mother
Review by Sam Tomaino
Asimov's Science Fiction  ISBN/ITEM#: 1065-2698
Date: 27 March 2015

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The May 2015 issue of Asimov's Science Fiction has stories by Eugene Fischer, Allen M. Steele, Tom Purdom, Michael Swanwick & Gregory Frost, Anna Tambour, Joe M. McDermott, Liz Williams, Robert Reed, Jay O'Connell, Fran Wilde, and Frank Smith, along with the usual poetry and columns.

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Asimov’s Science Fiction – April/May 2015 – Vol. 39 No. 4 & 5 - (Whole Number 471 & 472)

Table of Contents:
The New Mother by Eugene Fischer
The Children of Gal by Allen M. Steele
Day Job by Tom Purdom
Lock Up Your Chickens and Daughters - H'ard and Andy Are Come to Town! by Michael Swanwick & Gregory Frost
The Gun Between the Veryush and the Cloud Mothers by Anna Tambour
Short Stories:
Paul and His Son by Joe M. McDermott
The Marriage of the Sea by Liz Williams
What I Intend by Robert Reed
Willing Flesh by Jay O'Connell
How to Walk Through Digital Graveyards in the Post-Digital Age by Fran Wilde
The Sentry by Frank Smith
Birth of an Astrophysicist by Bruce Boston
Layover by Wendy Rathbone
Grain of Truth by Robert Frazier
Schrödinger's Door by Richard Bruns
Basement Refrigerator by Joshua Gage
Editorial: Philadelphia Stories by Sheila Williams
Reflections: Praising or Banning by Robert Silverberg
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On Books by Norman Spinrad
The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss

(Source: Asimov's Science Fiction)

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