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June 2002
 
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Coming Attractions

Yes, we keep teasing you with promises of M. Rickert's "Leda." Rest assured that we'll bring it to you . . . Real Soon Now. Here are some of the other goodies heading your way shortly:

"King Rainjoy's Tears" by Chris Willrich: a striking new fantasy featuring Persimmon Gaunt and Imago Bone, the Thief with Two Deaths.

Albert Cowdrey's latest dark tale of New Orleans, "The Posthumous Man."

"We Come Not to Praise Washington," an alternate history by Charles Coleman Finlay

Jeffrey Ford's moving fantasia "Something by the Sea."

Other unusual suspects in our roundup include Steven Popkes, Jerry Oltion, Jack O'Connell, Michael Libling, and R. Garcia y Robertson.

Our October anniversary issue is also coming together now. It's too early to give you the full lineup, but it looks as though we'll have a new story from Damon Knight in the issue, after far too long.

Be sure to check out this month's editorial for information on how you could win a lifetime subscription. Or play it safe and use the subscription card in this issue to make sure you won't miss any of the upcoming issues.

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