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OUR DECEMBER 2011 ISSUE

Our December issue starts off with a spectacular Bob Eggleton cover for Brad R. Torgersen’s novelette, “Ray of Light,” which is one of the more unusual post-apocalypse stories you’re likely to read. Given a catastrophe big enough to force practically everybody into hiding, one of the central and most important questions is, “When can you go back out?” It’s especially difficult when your hiding place is as unusual as this one, and when you have to stay there long enough to start forgetting what’s outside. . . .

Richard A. Lovett’s science fact article is about a sneakier, closer-to-home problem. We’ve all heard a lot about the potential perils of excessive global warming, but Lovett examines a subtle side effect: Given that the rate of chemical reactions depends on temperature, would increasing global temperatures pack a double whammy by making toxins more toxic?

We also have a typically wide range of other stories, by writers like Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Charles E. Gannon, Brad Aiken, Susan Forest, Kyle Kirkland, Dave Creek—and maybe a little something for the season.


Congratulations to our Hugo Award nominees

Best Novelette
Eight Miles by Sean McMullen
That Leviathan, Whom Thou Hast Made by Eric James Stone


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"phantom sense" by Richard A. Lovett & Mark Niemann-Ross

I’ve never understood how it could be stalking if all you’re trying to do is keep her safe. I just want to be a good father. Make up for all those years of being AWOL because CI-MEMS is a full-time job. You can’t be a father and CI-MEMS. That is, you can be one...
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NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS: WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS

As of 11 AM Eastern Standard Time on Tuesday, February 22, Analog will accept--and prefer--submissions in electronic form. Electronic submissions will be accepted through http://analog.magazinesubmissions.com, where full instructions can be found.

Please note that while we welcome electronic submissions, they must be made through the designated website, and not as attachments to regular e-mail.

If you have a print copy of your story currently under consideration, please do not resubmit the story electronically. I will respond to those stories via the traditional SASE.

We look forward to getting the new system rolling, and hope it will make things easier for all of us.

Stanley Schmidt
Editor

Ray of Light
by Brad R. Torgersen

Even if we adapt to dire circumstances, does human nature ever change?

My crew boss Jake was waiting for me at the sealock door. I’d been eight hours outside, checking for microfractures in the metal hull. Tedious work, that. I’d turned my helmet communicator off so as not to be distracted. The look on Jake’s face spooked me.

“What’s happened?” I asked him, seawater dripping...

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The Alternate View
by John G. Cramer

CELL PHONE RADIATION, CANCER, AND THE WHO

The Reference Library
by Don Sakers

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

The Science Behind the Story: The View from the Top
by Jerry Oltion


The Science Behind the Story: A Sound Basis of Misunderstanding
by Carl Frederick


The Science Behind the Story: To Climb A Flat Mountain
by G. David Nordley


The Science Behind the Story: Cavernauts
by David Bartell


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

Archive The Science Behind the Story

Analog Story Wins Highest Japanese SF Award

Arthur C. Clarke Obituary

Paul Levinson interviews Stanley Schmidt

 

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NOVELLA
RAY OF LIGHT
by Brad R. Torgersen
THE IMPOSSIBLES
by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
NOT FOR OURSELVES ALONE
by Charles E. Gannon

SHORT STORIES
TURNING IT OFF
by Susan Forest
FREUDIAN SLIPSTREAM

by Brad Aiken
HIDDEN

by Kyle Kirkland
ART FOR SPLENDOR’S SAKE

by DaveCreek

SCIENCE FACT
POISONS, TEMPERATURE, AND CLIMATE CHANGE: WILL GLOBAL WARMING MAKE EVERYTHING ELSE WORSE?
by Richard A. Lovett

READER’S DEPARTMENTS
The Editor's Page

The Alternate View
by John G. Cramer

The Reference Library
by Don Sakers

Brass Tacks

In Times to Come

Upcoming Events
by Anthony Lewis




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