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June 2007
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Coming Attractions

This issue marked the start of our current editor's eleventh year at the helm and our thanks go out to the bloggers who have been saying such nice things about the magazine this year. While it might be excessive to "proclaim a new Golden Age," we do think that if you've enjoyed the magazine thus far this year, you'll like what's ahead.

Next month we'll go to the Pennsylvania town of Black William, where an independent record producer contends with the new act he has signed up and with the strange...just what are they?...things sighted near the town library. "Stars Seen Through Stone" by Lucius Shepard is a contemporary novella that we think you're going to love.

The rest of the issue hasn't been finalized yet, so you'll have to wait to see whether the new stories by Lawrence C. Connolly, P. E. Cunningham, and Ray Vukcevich run next month or not.

We can, however, promise that we'll soon have a new novella by Albert Cowdrey for you, and "The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate" by Ted Chiang is due to run in the September issue. We also have stories by John Kessel, Robert Silverberg, and Michael Swanwick in the offing. If you've been meaning to subscribe, do so now so you won't miss any of the goodies we have in store for you.

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