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Not too many years ago we heard a lot of talk about “nuclear winter”: the devastating global climate change that might follow a large-scale nuclear war. That talk largely died out with the collapse of the Soviet Union at the end of the 1980s, but recently a new concern has arisen: what aftereffects might we expect from a “small” nuclear war? The question is uncomfortably timely, with the proliferation of unpredictable powers too small to mount a “superpower” type of attack, but unpredictable and quite capable of mayhem on a lesser scale. The consequences are far from negligible, as Richard A. Lovett shows in this month’s science fact article on “Nuclear Autumn.”

Our April issue also feature’s an unusual science-fictional mystery by Thomas R. Dulski, plus a wide variety of entertaining and thought-provoking stories from such writers as Jerry Oltion, Stephen L. Burns, Craig DeLancey, Donald Moffitt, and newcomer William Gleason—and, of course, the climax and finale of Joe Haldeman’s novel Marsbound.

Analog Story Wins Highest Japanese SF Award

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Camouflage by Joe Haldeman

Guaranteed Not to Turn Pink in the Can
by Thomas R. Dulski

Some conspiracy theories are right—but not in the way their proponents think.

 


Paul Levinson interviews Stanley Schmidt

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
Mr. Kooistra imagines hospitals of the future.

The Reference Library
by Tom Easton
Reviews of books by
Joe Haldeman, Gregpry Frost, L. E. Modesitt, Jr. , Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter, 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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Marsbound (conclusion)
by Joe Halderman

Novelettes
Guaranteed Not to Turn Pink in the Can
by Thomas R. Dulski

The Beethoven Project
by Donald Moffitt

Amor Vincit Omnia
by Craig DeLancey

Short Stories
Righteous Bite
by Stephen L. Burns

Into That Good Night
by William Gleason

The Anthropic Police
by Jerry Oltion

Science Fact
NUCLEAR AUTUMN: THE CONSEQUENCES OF A "SMALL" NUCLEAR WAR
by Richard A. Lovett

Probability Zero
HOW I SAVED THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
by Robert Scherrer

Reader's Departments
The Editor's Page
In Times to Come
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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