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July-Aug 2019 issue

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  • Started 1 week ago by Gordon Van Gelder
  • Latest reply from eduskunta

  1. Gordon Van Gelder
    Editor/Publisher

    THE MAGAZINE OF
    FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION
    July/August • 70th Year of Publication

    NOVELETS

    GIRLS WHO NEVER STOOD A CHANCE -25 -Deborah Coates
    A STRANGE UNCERTAIN LIGHT -93- G. V. Anderson
    THE LEGACY -141- Albert E. Cowdrey
    THE SLAVE -163- Andrej Kokoulin

    SHORT STORIES

    MIGHT ARE THE MEEK AND THE MYRIAD -6- Cassandra Khaw
    LACUNA HEIGHTS -58- Theodore McCombs
    NICE FOR WHAT -132- Dominica Phetteplace
    PLANET DOYKEIT -206- Eliza Rose
    THE EVERLASTING HUMMING OF THE EARTH -226- Molly Gloss
    THE LEGEND OF WOLFGANG ROBOTKILLER -243- Alex Irvine

    POEMS

    TO SKEPTICS -57- Mary Soon Lee
    MY GHOST WILL KNOW THE WAY -204- Beth Cato

    DEPARTMENTS

    BOOKS TO LOOK FOR -75- Charles de Lint
    MUSING ON BOOKS -85 -Michelle West
    FILMS: SEQUEL, CALIFRAGILISTIC -189- David J. Skal
    SCIENCE: HOW VACCINES WORK -194- Jerry Oltion
    PLUMAGE FROM PEGASUS -199- Paul Di Filippo
    COMING ATTRACTIONS -256-
    CURIOSITIES -258- David Langford

    Cartoons: Nick Downes (84, 203), Arthur Masear (92, 131).

    COVER BY MONDOLITHIC STUDIOS

    Posted 1 week ago #
  2. JohnWThiel
    Member

    Some really nice ladies in the issue.

    Posted 1 week ago #
  3. Gordon Van Gelder
    Editor/Publisher

    Kevin P. Hallett reviews the issue for TANGENT ONLINE, with generally favorable comments and singling out Deborah Coates's story for particular praise:

    https://www.tangentonline.com/print--bi-monthly-reviewsmenu-260/221-fantasy-a-science-fiction/4191-fantasy-a-science-fiction-julyaugust-2019

    Posted 1 week ago #
  4. alnico357
    Member

    Got the issue today (6/10) in Arkansas. Nice cover!

    Posted 5 days ago #
  5. SHamm
    Member

    Glad the Tangent reviewer was able to resolve the debate as to whether Kokoulin's story contained any speculative elements.

    Posted 4 days ago #
  6. JohnWThiel
    Member

    Received mine today. Seems like it will be a good issue, one I will like. Everything on the contents page looks highly readable. From the title of the novelet (spell-check disputes your spelling)by Deborah Coates and the text of Dominica Phetteplace's story I wonder if all the ladies on the contents page will be telling it like it is for the female gender. That seems to be a big topic these days.

    Posted 3 days ago #
  7. eduskunta
    Member

    Received mine today, June 13, in Oklahoma City, OK. Wow.

    Posted 2 days ago #

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