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David A. Hardy’s spectacular cover for our September issue heralds “Some Distant Shore,” Dave Creek’s tale of a cataclysm even more spectacular than any art can truly convey: the collision of two solar systems. Granted, that’s an event that unfolds over quite a long time scale, but its crucial moments make for an intensely dramatic story—especially when they attract an audience of representatives from several quite alien species and cultures, all as intent on studying (and exploiting) each other as the astronomical show unfolding before them.

We also have “Vertex,” the climactic story of C. Sanford Lowe and G. David Nordley’s “Black Hole Project” series, in which everything comes together (or does it?), and stories by E. Mark Mitchell, Uncle River, Richard A. Lovett, and Howard V. Hendrix.

Finally, Edward M. Lerner’s fact article, “Beyond This Point Be RFIDs,” is unusual in that most of its science-fictional content is already upon us—but its implications extend far into the future, as will heated controversy over what those implications can and should be.

Nebula Winner

Best Novel
Camouflage by Joe Haldeman

Some Distant Shore
by Dave Creek

It's a truism of science that the observer affects the thing being observed – but it works the other way, too.

Illustration by David A. Hardy

Jayge Carr Obituary

The Science Behind the Story: InterstellarNet
by Edward M. Lerner

The Science Behind the Story: Kremer's Limit
by C. Sanford Lowe & G. David Nordley

The Science Behind the Story: The Teller of Time
by Carl Frederick

The Science Behind the Story: Sun of Suns
by Karl Schroeder

The Science Behind the Story: The Science of Old Earth
by Stephen Baxter

The Science Behind the Story: Lighthouse
by Michael Shara

The Science Behind the Story: The Skeekit-Woogle Test
by Carl Frederick

The Science Behind the Story: The Speed of Understanding
by Susan Urbanek Linville

The Science Behind the Story
by Carl Frederick

The Alternate View
by Jeffery D. Kooistra
Jeffery talks about religion.

The Reference Library
by Tom Easton
Reviews of books by
Ken MacLeod, Kay Kenyon, K. A. Bedford, Sandra McDonald, Debra Doyle and James D. MacDonald, among others.

Upcoming Events
by Anthony Lewis
Every month, Anthony keeps you up to date on what's going on in the world of science fiction.








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Novellas
Some Distant Shore
by Dave Creek

Vertex
by C. Sanford Lowe & G. David Nordley

Novelettes
Stranger Things
by E. Mark Mitchell

Ginger Ear and Elephant Hair
by Uncle River

Short Stories
A Plutoid by Any Other Name
by Richard A. Lovett

Palimpsest
by Howard V. Handrix

Science Fact
BEYOND THIS POINT BE RFIDS
by Edward M. Lerner

Reader's Departments
The Editor's Page
In Times to Come
Biolog: E. Mark Mitchell
by Richard A. Lovett
The Alternate View by Jeffery D. Kooistra
The Reference Library by Tom Easton
Brass Tacks
U
pcoming Events by Anthony Lewis




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