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September 2007
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Coming Attractions

A MAN, HIS PAST, AND A PRIUS—that's not as catchy as the palindrome "A man, a plan, a canal: Panama," but it accurately sums up "Against the Current," Robert Silverberg's first contribution to our pages in this century. It's nice to have the master back, especially when he's in such fine form.

Also in fine form is Michael Swanwick, whose novelet "Urdumheim" is a Babylonian creation myth. (Yeah, yet another one of those! What's that make, six this year?) Fantasy fans, we think you're going to love this one.

Other fantasy stories tentatively planned for next month include Paul Park's haunting "Frangrant Goddess," Daryl Gregory's wild "Unpossible," and Fred Chappell's latest tale of Falco and Astolfo, "The Diamond Shadow." Plus (need we even say it?) lots lots more.

Looking past the anniversary issue and on into 2008, we've got stories in the works by James L. Cambias, Charles Coleman Finlay, Alex Irvine, and Kate Wilhelm. We've also got stories from writers whose names might be unfamiliar to our readers, including David Marusek, David Moles, James Powell, and the writing team of Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald. Make sure your subscription is current so you won't miss any of the goodies coming in the months ahead.

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