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August 2004
 
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Coming Attractions

THE COVER STORY in our September issue comes to us from a writer who has been absent from our pages for much too long. Bradley Denton denies all rumors that covert operations have consumed all his writing time, but his story "Sergeant Chip" suggests that Mr. Denton has had access to a few classified files. Fortunately, the story itself has been cleared and we think you're going to love it.

Our September issue will also bring you "Peter Skilling," a dark vision of the future compliments of Alex Irvine. And we expect to bring you Mark Tiedemann's "Rain from Another Country" in the next issue as well.

Our annual Oct/Nov double issue will be celebrating our fifty-fifth anniversary in style, with a new saur story by Richard Chwedyk, contemporary fantasies from M. Rickert and Gene Wolfe, and a taste of apocalypse from Dale Bailey. The months ahead will also include new stories by Daniel Abraham, Lisa Goldstein, Michael Libling, John Morressy, and Robert Reed, as well as one last story from the late Jack Cady. Use the subscription card in this issue or surf the Internet to www.fandsf.com and subscribe now to make sure you won't miss any of the upcoming issues.

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