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December 2003

It’s always a special (and unfortunately rare) treat to have a new story by P. J. Plauger, and we have a big and powerful one to lead off our December issue: the novella "Lucky Luke." It’s not often that a story can show a whole new kind of relationship between human beings, but this one does it. I can’t tell you much more now except to say that you might also view it as seasonally appropriate–whether you’re Christian, Druid, or anything else!

We also have stories by Kyle Kirkland, Charles L. Harness, and Bruce Holland Rogers, plus the conclusion of Edward M. Lerner’s Moonstruck.

Catherine H. Shaffer’s fact article may be your introduction to a new science: dendrochronology. Trees, to one degree or another, live a long time; they store records of conditions at various times during their lives; and the lives of different individuals overlap. So, collectively, they provide a surprisingly useful tool for archeologists and paleo-just-about-anything.

Finally, we have a special feature by Geoffrey A. Landis. It was hard to decide how else to classify it, but you can count on Landis’s thoughts to provoke more in his readers–especially with a title like "The Reason We’re Here."

 

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Lucky Luke
by P.J. Plauger

Their's was a relationship at once closer and more distant than any we've known...


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Lucky Luke
by P.J. Plauger

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Faces
by Charles L. Harness
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by Bruce Holland Rogers
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by Kyle Kirkland

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IF A TREE FALLS… OR, THE SECRET HISTORY OF GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CATASTROPHE

by Catherine H. Shaffer

Probability Zero
THE REASON WE'RE HERE
by Geoffery A. Landis

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In Times to Come
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