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June 2001
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Coming Attractions

Next month we promise to take you into the future and into the past with more great imaginative fiction.

One trip to the future comes courtesy of Carolyn Ives Gilman. In "The Real Thing," she extrapolates on some of the current trends in society with a tale that takes us into the future in search of love and good ratings.

New England's recent past is the setting for "Tom Kelley's Ghost," Steven Popkes's cover story for the issue. It's a lovely fantasy about the nature of fidelity, starring some rough figures from the underworld. Don't miss this one.

We'll also have a nice array of columns and fiction in the July issue, as usual. Coming months also promise such goodies as a new novella by Kate Wilhelm and stories by John Morressy and Robert Sheckley. Our annual October double issue is also coming soon, bringing with it new stories by Poul Anderson, Ray Bradbury, and Thomas M. Disch, plus a terrific space adventure by Ian Watson. Make sure your subscription's up to date so you won't miss a thing.

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