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Jim Baen's Universe – Vol. 2 Number 6 –April 2008
Edited by Eric Flint
Review by Sam Tomaino
Baen  ISBN/ITEM#: 1932-0930
Date: 24 April 2008

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The April 2008 issue of the online magazine Jim Baen's Universe is here with stories by Mike Resnick, Jack McDevitt, Jody Lynn Nye, Tobias Buckell, Sarah Hoyt, Lou Antonelli and others, along with the usual articles and a classic by Jack Williamson.

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Jim Baen's Universe – Vol. 2 Number 6 –April 2008
Table of Contents
Science Fiction Stories:

    Manumission by Tobias S. Buckell
    Virtually, A Cat by Jody Lynn Nye
    Indomitable by Jack McDevitt
    Honorable Enemies: A Jake Masters Mystery by Mike Resnick
Fantasy Stories:
    Scraps of Fog by Sarah A. Hoyt
    The Witch of Waxahachie by Lou Antonelli
    Knight of Coins by Margaret Ronald
Serials:
    Countdown to Armageddon, Episode Four by Edward M. Lerner
    Fish Story, Episode Twelve by Eric Flint, Dave Freer and Andrew Dennis
Nonfiction:
    Becoming Stewards of Our World: The Great Theme of the 21st Century, Part Two, Editing the Sun: A Way Out Way Out by Gregory Benford
    Earth's Next Schism by Stephen Euin Cobb
Introducing Stories:
    Red Tape and Cold Iron, or A Proposal for the Reintroduction of the Faery Folk to the United Kingdom by Lucy Bond
    Extreme Reservations by R. J. Ortega
Classic: Born of the Sun by Jack Williamson

Columns:

    Attending Worldcon by Mike Resnick
    A Matter of Symbiosis by Eric Flint
    The Matrix and the Star Maker by Mike Resnick
    The Toy Shop by Barry N. Malzberg
    April 2008, What's New in The Future And You by Stephen Euin Cobb

(Source: Baen)

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