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Our December 2012 issue
Our lead novella for December, “The Moon Belongs to
Everyone,” comes from two relative newcomers to our
pages: Michael Alexander and K.C. Ball. It’s a quintessential Analog tale of engineering, adventure, and intrigue on a high
frontier—and it’s fortuitously appropriate to at least two holidays,
though not necessarily in the ways you might think.
Our fact article, “The Seeds of Cancer,” comes from Jim
Kling, also new here but thoroughly familiar with his subject. We all
know, in a general way, what cancer is, and that it becomes its scariest
when it not only grows out of control where it started, but spreads
to apparently remote and unconnected parts of the body. Kling gives
us an insider’s view of how that happens, and what we might be able
to do about it.
Rounding out the issue will be, as usual, a mixed bag of stories
varying widely in length, content, and tone, from such writers as
Shane Tourtellotte, Paul Carlson (with another in his “Robot Trucker”
series), Richard A. Lovett, Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff, Ken Liu, and
Stephen L. Burns.
ANALOG IS UP IN SPACE!
Chosen for the library
on the International Space Station.
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