Fantasy & Science Fiction (Extended Edition) (March/April 2012)

Fantasy & Science Fiction (Extended Edition) (March/April 2012)

Language: English

Pages: 176

ISBN: 2:00073496

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Fantasy & Science Fiction (Extended Edition) (March/April 2012)

Language: English

Pages: 176

ISBN: 2:00073496

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Amazon is thrilled to offer Kindle fantasy and science-fiction fans the magazine that Stephen King calls "the best fiction magazine in America."

Founded in 1949, Fantasy & Science Fiction magazine is the award-winning original publisher of such classics as Stephen King's Dark Tower, Daniel Keyes's Flowers for Algernon, and Walter M. Miller's A Canticle for Leibowitz. Each bimonthly issue offers compelling short fiction by writers such as Ray Bradbury, Ursula K. Le Guin, and Terry Bisson, along with the science-fiction field's most respected and outspoken opinions on books, films and science--plus a dash of humour from our cartoonists and writers.

Publishing a literate and sometimes literary blend of SF, Fantasy and Horror, it is worth much more than the 99p subscription price (UK readers).

This edition contains the following:-

NOVELETS

Electrica by Sean McMullen
Twenty-Two and You by Michael Blumlein
Greed by Albert E. Cowdrey
Gnarly Times at Nana'ite Beach by KJ Kabza
Olfert Dapper's Day by Peter S. Beagle

SHORT STORIES

Repairmen by Tim Sullivan
One Year of Fame by Robert Reed
The Tortoise Grows Elate by Steven Utley
The Queen and the Cambion by Richard Bowes
Demiurge by Geoffrey Landis
The Man Who Murdered Mozart by Robert Walton and Barry N. Malzberg
Perfect Day by C.S. Friedman

POEMS

Hanging Noodles by Sophie M. White

DEPARTMENTS

Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
Books by Chris Moriarty
Plumage From Pegasus: Pimp My Read by Paul Di Filippo
Films: Melancholy Danes Nacho E.T.s, and Nazis from the Moon by Lucius Shepard
Coming Attractions
Curiosities by Frances Grimble

CARTOONS

S. Harris, Tom Cheney, Frank Cotham, Bill Long, John Jonik, M. Nadler, J.P. Rini, Tom Cheney.

COVER

David A. Hardy For "Electrica"

Negative Space

Payoff (Mindspace Investigations, Book 1.5)

Love is Murder

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much bigger and all-encompassing. Heart, soul, spirit, self: all of them rolled into one. She lifted her eyes to him. "Something like that." HIS PRELIMINARY DIAGNOSIS was amnesia. Partial, localized, and temporary, he hoped and guessed. Amnesia seemed the wrong word to her. What she had was less like a forgetting than an absence. Something that not only didn't exist but never had. On no level did the idea of being a mother resonate with her. Her desire for kids was gone. Dr. Stanović was

sweats, flicked on security lights in the courtyard, donned rubber gloves, and returned. He found Mo's keys in his yucky pocket, noting that the keyring also held a professional-quality lock pick. The hard part of the work now began. Vern opened all four doors of the Rolls, detached his frat brother from the conjoined lizard and stowed him in the boot. In death as in life, Ish was a royal pain, but Vern—now sweating profusely despite the cool evening—somehow hauled and crammed the creature into

chair, covering his eyes. The position was not unlike the one he usually screwed himself into when his stomach was demanding its due. " Prevent, " Dr. Dapper said; and then, "Oh. Oh. Well, we must certainly rouse the village, Reverend. If you take the houses east of Bear Creek, I will take all the west side—" "No!" The Reverend Kirtley seized both of Dr. Dapper's wrists in his big-knuckled hands. "I could not bear it if...if the worst were known to…to…" "To all your congregation," Dr. Dapper

try to violate them. One of the most important rules is, The second-best combination for pairs is a homosexual man and a heterosexual woman ( the best, a homosexual man and woman, is just too much to hope for); the worst pairing is a heterosexual man and a homosexual woman. So I did go and tell her, and she said, without a whole lot of sympathy, "I have to assign you a partner on the basis of your specialties, not personal compatibility. All of you have valuable careers ahead of you—that's why I

Once the generator began operating there was a flood of entries. Day by day her grasp of English improves. I know now that the spirit within the amber sphere is female. She does not have a name as we have names, but I call her Electrica. Unlike my wife, she has a love and mastery of the natural philosophies. Her grasp of all matters electrical defies belief. I have not as yet worked out what civilization is hers, whether Egyptian, Chinese, Indian, or of some unknown people. To better facilitate

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