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This month, we put the double-issue format to good use, with a long novella from Richard A. Lovett for our lead story. “Music to Me” looks in on beloved AI Brittney and asks to what lengths one might go to make amends with a friend. We also have the second part of Karl Schroeder’s Lockstep: Toby and his companions have some distinctly unfriendly people on their trail, and if they have any hope of surviving, Toby is going to have to adjust to his fantastic new surroundings, fast. Then Kyle Kirkland brings us “Lighting up the Brain: The Use of Electromagnetic Radiation to Stimulate Neurons.” Aside from being a regular Analog contributor, Kyle has a doctorate in neuroscience, and if he’s right about even half of what he talks about here, you might just wish this was one of his fiction pieces. There are plenty of shorter stories, too, of course, like Carl Frederick’s “Mouseunderstanding”; Marie Des Jardin’s “The Problem with Reproducible Bugs”; Rob Chilson’s “The Tansy Tree”; Grey Rollins’ return to the pages of Analog, with “Determined Spirits”; and many more.

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