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Jim Baen's Universe December 2008
Edited by Eric Flint
Cover Artist: Garrett W. Vance
Review by Sam Tomaino
Baen  ISBN/ITEM#: 1932-0930
Date: 24 December 2008

Links: Jim Baen's Universe Website / Show Article /

The December 2008 issue of Jim Baen's Universe is here with stories from Ben Bova, Bud Sparhawk. Marissa Lingen, Fred Sabehagen, David Brin, Julie Czerneda, Mike Resnick, new authors Kevin J. Cheek and Jason K. Chapman along with a classic from Abraham Merritt and the usual columns.

From official release/information:

Jim Baen's Universe, Volume 3, Number 4, December 2008

Table of Contents:

    Science Fiction Stories:
      Moon Race by Ben Bova
      Pumpkin by Bud Sparhawk
      Loki's Net by Marissa Lingen
      Some Events at the Templar Radiant by Fred Saberhagen
      Shoresteading, Part Two by David Brin
    Fantasy Stories:
      The Gossamer Mage: Intended Words by Julie Czerneda
      A Very Formal Affair: A Harry the Book Story by Mike Resnick
    Serials:
      SETI Library: Orbitfall by Gregory Benford
      Fish Story, Episode Fifteen: They Came From Beyond by Eric Flint, Dave Freer and Andrew Dennis
    Introducing Stories:
      In the Light of the Hunger Moon by Kevin J. Cheek
      Johnny Plays 'Round Saturn's Rings by Jason K. Chapman
    Classic: The Moon Pool by A. Merritt Columns:
      Words Matter by Mike Resnick
      The Future of Reading by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
      Where Is Everybody by Ben Bova
      Letting The Guns Bury Them by Barry N. Malzberg

    (Source: Baen)

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