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Jim Baen's Universe August 2009
Edited by Eric Flint
Cover Artist: Carrett W. Vance
Review by Sam Tomaino
Baen  ISBN/ITEM#: 1932-0930
Date: 28 September 2009

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The August 2009 issue of Jim Baen's Universe is here with stories from Stephen Eley, Edward M. Lerner, David Gerrold, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Marissa Lingen, Mike Barretta, Thomas Alan Mays, along with a classic from Jules Verne and the usual columns.

From official release/information:

Jim Baenís Universe August 2009 Table of Contents: Science Fiction Stories:

    Mouse Suits by Stephen Eley
    No GUTS, No Glory by Edward M. Lerner
    Ganny Knits a Spaceship by David Gerrold
Fantasy Stories:
    The Blitz Experience by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
    Why I Live in the Silver Mine by Marissa Lingen
Classic:
    The Ordeal of Doctor Trifalgus by Jules Verne
NSF Contest Winner:
    Catherdral by Mike Barretta
Serials:
    Blade Light, Episode 4 by Michaele Jordan
    SETI Library: Lathe of Evolution, Part 1 by Gregory Benford
Introducing:
    Dream For Sale Ė Two Bits by Thomas Alan Mays
Nonfiction Articles:
    Thinking About SF by David Brin
    Two Steps Toward General AI by Stephen Euin Cobb
Columns:
    Universe Closing by Eric Flint
    What's in a Name by Mike Resnick
    Acceptable Nerds by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
    Let Me Be Frank (or Welcome to the Allamagoosa Russell-Palooza!) by Bud Webster
    August 2009 by Stephen Euin Cobb
    Delayed by Eric Flint (Salvos Against Big Brother)
    Terminal Error by Barry N. Malzberg

(Source: Baen)

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