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When the weather outside is frightful, the perfect thing to do is curl up inside with some science fiction and let it transport you to warm alien lands. Catherine Wells’ “The Builders of Leaf Houses,” our lead story for December, is one such excursion—in this case, to a planet in peril, where the survival of a whole species depends on their ability to find common ground with outsiders. Now that Stanley Schmidt’s Night Ride and Sunrise serial is finished, we can take a look at how it all came together in the first place, in next month’s science-behind-the-story fact article, “The Science of Night Ride.” And of course we have something suitably seasonal from Bud Sparhawk in “Footprints in the Snow,” as well as a look at the long, hard road to reconciliation after war in Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s “The Museum of Modern Warfare”; a tribute to the kind of people who inspire us to reach to the stars in Brendan DuBois’ “The Master’s Voice”; an intelligent and unique look at the complex implications of a common SF trope in Bill Johnson’s “Paris, 1835”; and a bit of high-tech noir from Edward M. Lerner.

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