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Table of Contents: Analog, March 2014

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Table of Contents: Analog, January/February 2014

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TOC: Analog, December 2013

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Come visit Asimov’s Science Fiction, Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, and Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine at booth #119 at the Brooklyn Book Festival this Sunday, September 22, from 10 am – 6 pm!

Raffles, subscription promotions, author signings, and free issues will be ongoing and available throughout the day.

Asimov’s readers’-award-winner Robert Reed will be signing issues containing his novella “Murder Born” from 11 am – 12 pm, and one of Asimov’s favorites, Tom Purdom, will be signing his latest story from 2 – 3 pm. Representing Analog will be long-time contributing artist John Allemand, who will be signing his two new pieces from 12 – 1 pm. Popular Ellery Queen author Hilary Davidson is signing her latest story from 3 – 4 pm.

TOC: Analog, November 2013

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TOC: Analog, October 2013

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TOC: Analog, July/August 2013

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TOC: Analog, June 2013

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TOC: Analog, May 2013

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TOC: Analog, April 2013

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TOC: Analog, March 2013

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NOVELETTES

  • “Instinctive Response” by Bond Elam
  • “The Radioactive Etiquette Book” by Marissa Lingen
  • “The Firewall and the Door” by Sean McMullen

SHORT STORIES

  • “It’s the End of the World as We Know It, and We Feel Fine” by Harry Turtledove
  • “The Paragon of Animals” by Andrew Barton
  • “High Concept” by Barry Malzberg and Bill Pronzini
  • “The Snack” by Bud Sparhawk

SCIENCE FACT

  • Spoof Worlds by Kevin Walsh

PROBABILITY ZERO

  • Pre-Pirates by Don D’Ammassa

READER’S DEPARTMENTS

  • The Editor’s Page
  • The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
  • The Reference Library by Don Sakers
  • Brass Tacks
  • Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

Subscriptions available via Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or the Analog website.

TOC: Analog, January/February 2013

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TOC: Analog, December 2012

Analog has posted the table of contents for the December 2012 issue:

NOVELLA

  • The Moon Belongs to Everyone by Michael Alexander & K.C. Ball

NOVELETTES

  • “From An Antique Land” by Shane Tourtellotte
  • “Silent Mode” by Paul Carlson

SHORT STORIES

  • “Hearing Impairment” by Stephen L. Burns
  • “The Perfect Book” by Ken Liu
  • “Garden Spot” by Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff
  • “Cats Know” by Richard A. Lovett
  • “Scary Monsters” by Liz J. Andersen

SCIENCE FACT

  • The Seeds of Cancer by Jim Kling

POETRY

  • “‘Twas the Flight Before Christmas” by Bill Gleason

READER’S DEPARTMENTS

  • The Editor’s Page
  • In Times to Come
  • The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
  • Biolog: Paul Carlson by Richard A. Lovett
  • The Reference Library by Don Sakers
  • Brass Tacks
  • Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

Subscriptions available via Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or the Analog website.

Asimov’s and Analog at the Brooklyn Book Festival

Join Asimov’s Science Fiction, Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, and Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine at booth #148 of the Brooklyn Book Festival from 10am – 6pm Sunday September 23rd.

Raffles, subscription promotions, author signings, and free issues will be ongoing and available throughout the day.

Signing for Analog authors will be at 1 p.m. with Paul Levinson, for Asimov’s at 4 p.m. will be Michael Swanwick, and around 3 p.m. S.J. Rozan will be signing for Ellery Queen.

In the Brooklyn area? Stop by!

TOC: Analog, November 2012

Analog has posted the table of contents for the November 2012 issue:

NOVELETTES

  • “Seagulls, Jack-o-Lanterns, and Interstitial Spaces” by Gray Rinehart
  • “Strobe Effect” by Alastair Mayer & Brad R. Torgersen
  • “The Information in a Dream” by Sarah K. Castle
  • “Siege Perilous” by Daniel Hatch

SHORT STORIES

  • “Pictures at an Exhibition” by Robert R. Chase
  • “Tech Support” by Richard A. Lovett
  • “Survival in Shades of Orange” by Patty Jensen

SCIENCE FACT

  • “The Day the Sun Exploded” by Richard A. Lovett

PROBABILITY ZERO

  • “The Man in the Pink Shirt” by Larry Niven

READER’S DEPARTMENTS

  • The Editor’s Page
  • In Times to Come
  • Biolog: Sarah K. Castle by Richard A. Lovett
  • The Alternate View by Richard A. Lovett
  • The Reference Library by Don Sakers
  • Brass Tacks
  • Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

Subscriptions available via Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or the Analog website.

Dr. Ben Bova has written more than 120 futuristic novels and nonfiction books, and has been involved in science and high technology since the very beginnings of the space age. President Emeritus of the National Space Society and a past president of Science Fiction Writers of America, Dr. Bova received the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation in 2005, “for fueling mankind’s imagination regarding the wonders of outer space.” His 2006 novel Titan received the John W. Campbell Memorial Award for best novel of the year. In 2008 he won the Robert A. Heinlein Award “for his outstanding body of work in the field of literature.”

A frequent commentator on radio and television and a widely-popular lecturer, he was an award-winning editor and an executive in the aerospace industry. He received the Science Fiction Achievement Award (the “Hugo”) for Best Professional Editor six times. In 2001 Dr. Bova was elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). He received the 1996 Isaac Asimov Memorial Award; was the 1974 recipient of the E.E. Smith Memorial Award for Imaginative Fiction; the 1983 Balrog Award winner for Professional Achievement; the 1985 Inkpot Award recipient for his outstanding achievements in science fiction. In 2000, he was Guest of Honor at the 58th World Science Fiction Convention, Chicon 2000. Dr. Bova is a multi-Hugo winner as Editor of both Analog and Omni, as well as for his many novels, which include Saturn, Mars,  The Sam Gunn stories/novels, The Kinsman Saga, The Asteroid series, and The Orion series, amongst others.  His latest novel, Orion and King Arthur, just released from Tor Books. He can be found online via Facebook or his website at http://www.benbova.net.

Bryan Thomas Schmidt talks to Ben about his career, his approach to craft and his exciting future projects for us.


SFFWRTCHT: Where’d your interest in Science Fiction and Fantasy come from?

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TOC: Analog, October 2012

Analog has posted the table of contents for the October 2012 issue:

NOVELETTES

  • “The Liars” by Juliette Wade
  • “Nahiku West” by Linda Nagata
  • “The Journeyman: On the Short-Grass Prairie” by Michael F. Flynn

SHORT STORIES

  • “Ambidextrose” by Jay Werkheiser
  • “Deer in the Garden” by Michael Alexander
  • “Reboots and Saddles” by Carl Frederick
  • “Nothing But Vacuum” by Edward McDermott
  • “The End in Eden” by Steven Utley

SCIENCE FACT

  • Atlas’ Apprentices: Amateur Contributions in Astronomy and Astrophysics by Alan Plummer

READER’S DEPARTMENTS

  • The Editor’s Page
  • In Times to Come
  • The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
  • Biolog: Jay Werkheiser by Richard A. Lovett
  • The Reference Library by Don Sakers
  • Brass Tacks
  • Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis
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