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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction January/February 2017 Volume 132, Nos.1 & 2 , Whole No.729
Edited by C.C. Finlay
Cover Artist: Charles Vess for
Review by Sam Tomaino
Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine / eMagazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1095-8258
Date: 30 December 2016

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The January/February 2017 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (#729) has stories by Rachel Pollack, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Rick Norwood, Robert Reed, Rich Larson, Wole Talabi, Gregor Hartmann, Debbie Urbanski, Monica Byrne, and Marc Laidlaw, plus the usual features.

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The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction January/February 2017 - Volume 132, Nos. 1 & 2, Whole No.729

Table of Contents:
Homecoming by Rachel Pollack
Vinegar and Cinnamon by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
One Way by Rick Norwood
Dunnage for the Soul by Robert Reed
There Used to Be Olive Trees by Rich Larson
Short Stories:
The Regression Test by Wole Talabi
A Gathering on Gravity's Shore by Gregor Hartmann
On the Problem of Replacement Children: Prevention, Coping, and Other Practical Strategies by Debbie Urbanski
Alexandria by Monica Byrne
Wetherfell's Reef Runics by Marc Laidlaw
Kingship by Mary Soon Lee
Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Books by James Sallis
Science: Brainless Robots Stroll the Beach by Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty
Television: Stranger (Yet Oddly Familiar) Things by Tim Pratt
Coming Attractions
Curiosities by David Langford
Cartoons: Bill Long, Arthur Masear
Cover by Charles Vess for "Vinegar and Cinnamon"

(Source: Fantasy & Science Fiction)

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