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May 2001
 
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Coming Attractions

"The rich are not like you and I," said Scott to Ernest famously several decades past.

Jack Dann has given some consideration this assertion and produced a lovely novella in homage to Mr. Fitzgerald. "The Diamond Pit" takes us back to the 1920s with a wild and woolly story about the rich and the not-so-rich. Part Lost Horizons, part Gatsby, "The Diamond Pit" is our cover story next month and we think you're going to like it.

Also on the schedule for July is a very different sort of literary tribute---an hommage rather than an homage. Allen Steele looks back mischievously to an old friend of young readers. The story won't involve his Repelatron Skyway, his Aquatomic Tracker, his Deep-Sea Hydrodome, or his Dyna-4 Capsule, but rather it will feature: "Tom Swift and His Humongous Mechanical Dude."

Next month promises to bring more stories and the regular features too, and down the road, you can look forward to new stories from Ron Goulart, Carol Emshwiller, Robert Reed, and Carolyn Ives Gilman, to name just a few. Make sure your subscription's up to date so you won't miss any of the fun.

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