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It’s a bit unusual for a short story to get a cover in any issue, much less a double—but Jerry Oltion packs a lot into “In the Moment” and it inspired a fine cover by David A. Hardy for our January/February special. We’ll also have big stories, of course, including novellas by Rajnar Vajra (a typically atypical and perhaps dizzying tour de force) and Edward M. Lerner. Lerner shows his range by also having a Probability Zero (one that everybody will find all too easy to relate to!), and Harry Turtledove offers another of those. In between are a wide variety of short
stories and novelettes by authors like Brad R.Torgersen, H. G. Stratmann, and John G. Hemry (showing a side of H. G. Wells that perhaps even Wells didn’t know about).
As befits a double issue, we have a unique oversized fact article by Michael F. Flynn called “The Great Ptolemaic Smackdown,” wherein he takes a close look at how the reality of a historic scientific drama differs from the sound-bite version we all “know” (which may make you wonder how the science of our time will look to folks a few centuries hence). And Richard A. Lovett offers another of his entertaining and instructive special features about science-fiction writing, this time focusing on setting: those worlds we love to create, write, and read about.
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