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Analog Science Fiction and Fact – June 2007 by Stanley Schmidt (ed)
Edited by Stanley Schmidt
Cover Artist: David R. Hardy
Review by Sam Tomaino
Dell Magazines Zine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1059-2113
Date: 23 April 2007

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The June 2007 issue of Analog is another nicely consistent one, well worth reading. The lead novella, "The Sands of Titan" by Richard A. Lovett is an exciting tale of survival by a man and his only companion. Rajnar Vajra's "On the Bubble" is another tale of a man using his brain to deal with a desperate situation. I also liked the short stories by Scott William Carter and Carl Frederick. This is a nice little issue.

Partial Table of Contents: June 2007: Serial: Queen of Candesce, conclusion, by Karl Schroeder, Novella, The Sans of Titan by Richard A. Lovett, Novelette: On the Bubble by Rajnar Vajra, Short Stories: Father Hagerman's Dog by Scott William Carter, A Zoo in the Jungle by Carl Frederick

From official release/information:

Analog Science Fiction and Fact – June 2007 – Vol. CXXVII No. 6 – ISSN 1059-2113

Table of Contents:
Serial: Queen of Candesce, conclusion, by Karl Schroeder
Novella: The Sands of Titan by Richard A. Lovett
Novelette: On the Bubble by Rajnar Vajra
Short Stories: Father Hagerman's Dog by Scott William Carter * A Zoo in the Jungle by Carl Frederick
Science Fact: Cryovolcanoes, Swiss Cheese, and the Walnut Moon by Richard A Lovett * Probability Zero * Vectoring by Geoffrey A. Landis
Reader's Departments: The Editor's Page * In Times to Come * The Alternate View by Jeffery D. Kooistra * The Reference Library by Tom Easton Brass Tacks * Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

(Source: Dell Magazines)

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