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Our lead story for March/April is from Alec Nevala-Lee: a strange vision in the remote Alaskan wilderness leads a pair of intrepid reporters to investigate, but will it ultimately be more—or less—than it seems? Find out in “The Spires.” Then we pick up with Belisarius and his motley crew of criminals and mercenaries in the second installment of The Quantum Magician, from Derek Künsken. Bel has assembled the team he’ll need to pull off his plan, but is even the most advanced mind in the Known Systems capable of foreseeing every pitfall? Then an experiment hides a shocking secret in “Lab B15” by Nick Wolven; a green World War II serviceman in a Boeing Superfortress gets more than he enlisted for in “The Tailgunner’s Lament,” from Brendan DuBois; an invasive ecosystem turns out to be more invasive than normal in Bruce McAllister’s “Frog Happy”; one chance to avert disaster rests with the last person anyone expects, in Brian Trent’s “An Incident on Ishtar”; Gregory Benford brings us a look at the science journals of 2116, in “Physics Tomorrow”; people will always find new ways to make a living, as we see in “The Streaming Man,” from Suzanne Palmer; an alien makes an all-too-human mistake with tragic consequences in “The Selves We Leave Behind” by Gwendolyn Clare; automated cars get a little too self-directed Mary Turzillo’s “Car Talk”; and desperate times call for desperate measures, in Susan Forest’s “Sun Splashed Fields and Far Blue Mountains.” Plus we’ll have articles and stories from C. Stuart Hardwick, Tom Ligon, James Van Pelt, Tom Jolly, Rich Larson, and Jerry Oltion, as well as a Probability Zero from Bill Pronzini, and all our regular fact articles and columns.

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