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TOC: Asimov’s, February 2012

Asimov’s has posted the table of contents (with samples) for the February 2012 issue:


  • “Murder Born” by Robert Reed


  • “Hive Mind Man” by Rudy Rucker & Eileen Gunn


  • “The Voodoo Project” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  • “Observations on a Clock” by D. Thomas Minton
  • “The People of Pele” by Ken Liu
  • “Going Home” by Bruce McAllister & Barry Malzberg


  • “Submicro-Text Message 3v45129xz: To My A.I. Valentine” by Kendall Evans &David C. Kopaska-Merkel
  • “Future History” by Joe Haldeman
  • “The Atom’s Lattice Could Such Beauty Yield” by William John Watkins


  • Editorial: On Winning the Hugo by Sheila Williams
  • Reflections: Rereading Eddison by Robert Silverberg
  • Thought Experiments: Celebrating Isaac by James Gunn
  • On The Net: Son of Ebooks, the Next Generation, Volume III by James Patrick Kelly
  • Next Issue
  • On Books by Peter Heck
  • The SF Conventional Calendar by Erwin S. Strauss
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1 Comment on TOC: Asimov’s, February 2012

  1. Robert Reed’s story is remarkable. One of the best novellas I’ve read in a while. Also good: Bruce McAllister and Barry Malzberg’s “Going Home.”

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