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September/October 2017
 
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Coming Attractions

In our last issue, when we introduced William Ledbetter's story "In a Wide Sky, Hidden," we mentioned that he was a finalist for the Nebula Award for Best Novelette with "The Long Fall Up" (F&SF, May/June 2016). On the evening of Saturday, May 20, at the Science Fiction Writers of America annual convention, his story about hard science and even harder social change won the 2017 Nebula. Please join us in congratulating him, all the other winners, and all of this year's nominees.

Next month, after five long years, Kate Wilhelm returns to the pages of Fantasy & Science Fiction with a story about time and change. She'll be joined by Marc Laidlaw, bringing us what may possibly be the final adventure of Gorlen the bard and his companion, the gargoyle Spar. Larry Niven returns with a new Known Space story set on Pluto as the sun turns red. Nick Wolven contributes his typically unique take on self-driving cars. And we'll also introduce you to Ingrid Garcia and J. R. Dawson, a pair of authors making their first appearances in F&SF.

Our last issue of the year means that the holidays are fast approaching. Renew your subscription now and we'll give you a 20% discount on a second subscription to share with someone you love this gift-giving season. You can find all the details on the F&SF website at fandsf.com—just look for the link that says "Gift Subscription."

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