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This month (our November issue) we begin another mind-stretching serial by Robert J. Sawyer, with a cover by George Krauter. In Wake, the term “mind-stretching,” often heard in connection with science fiction, applies a bit more literally than usual, with several minds stretching themselves—and each other—in literally unprecedented ways. All minds operate under limitations, which can be overcome by a variety of means; but probably all of those approaches have one thing in common. And the possibilities extend very far out, in ways both exhilarating and terrifying. . . .

We also have stories by Paul Levinson, Carl Frederick, Richard A. Lovett, Alan Dean Foster, and Stephen L. Burns. The fact article, “The 3D Train Wreck,” comes from our own book reviewer of thirty years, Thomas A. Easton, wearing his other hat as practicing scientist. The title notwithstanding, it has nothing to do with trains, but everything to do with the social and economic disruption likely to result as “3D printing” becomes an important means of making all kinds of things. But that kind of train wreck, at least in the long run, is not necessarily a bad thing. . . .

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Camouflage by Joe Haldeman

Wake (part I of IV)
by Robert J. Sawyer

Big breakthroughs seldom come quickly or easily-or in the form that might be expected.


Arthur C. Clarke Obituary

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
Turnings

The Reference Library
by Tom Easton
Reviews of books by
Tomothy Zahn, Sandra McDonald, Walter Jon Williams, Jeanette Winterson and Sean McMullen, 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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Serial
Wake (part I of IV)
by Robert J. Sawyer

Novelettes
Greenwich Nasty Time
by Carl Frederick

Unburning Alexandria
by Paul Levinson

Short Stories
Cold Fire
by Alan Dean Foster

Bug Eyes
by Richard A. Lovett

Mea Culpa
by Stephen L. Burns

Re\Creation
by Oz Drummond

Science Fact
The 3D Trainwreck
by Thomas A. Easton

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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