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Table of Contents: Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine, July/August 2014

Here is the table of contents for the new issue of Fantasy & Science Fiction magazine:

This issue was guest-edited by Charles Coleman Finlay and features cover art by Maurizio Manzieri.


  • “Palm Strike’s Last Case” by Charlie Jane Anders
  • “Subduction” by Paul M. Berger
  • “The Traveling Salesman Solution” by David Erik Nelson
  • “The Day Of The Nuptial Flight” by Sarina Dorie
  • “The Aerophone” by Dinesh Rao
  • “A Guide To The Fruits Of Hawai’i” by Alaya Dawn Johnson


  • “Seven Things Cadet Blanchard Learned From The Trade Summit Incident” by Annalee Flower Horne
  • “End Of The World Community College” by Sandra Mcdonald
  • “The Girls Who Go Below” by Cat Hellisen
  • “Testimony Of Samuel Frobisher Regarding Events Upon His Majesty’s Ship Confidence, 14-22 June, 1818, With Diagrams” by Ian Tregillis
  • “Five Tales Of The Aqueduct” by Spencer Ellsworth
  • “Belly” by Haddayr Copley-woods
  • “The Only Known Law” by William Alexander


  • Books To Look For by Charles De Lint
  • Books by Chris Moriarty
  • Films: Girl Power In Dystopia by Kathi Maio
  • Coming Attractions
  • Curiosities by Paul Di Filippo
  • Cartoons by Danny Shanahan, Arthur Masear, J. P. Rini

Subscriptions available via Amazon or the Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine website.

About John DeNardo (13012 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

4 Comments on Table of Contents: Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine, July/August 2014

  1. I think you have a copy & paste error: the header says July/August 2014 issue, but the first line in the post moves it back to January/February 2014 (and even for sale in the last day of last year…;-)!

  2. mspence // June 17, 2014 at 2:48 am //

    Speaking of F&SF, why haven’t they figured out how to accept email subs in this day and age?

  3. mspence – I did accept electronic submissions when I edited this issue of F&SF, and I’ll be accepting them again when I edit future issues (2 more in 2015).

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