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Our December issue opens with “The Anomaly,” by C.W. Johnson, where the realities of survival in the crowded cities of a future Earth lead to drastic measures aboard an orbital manufacturing plant. Then our fact article is a rarity—a first-hand account of the research and ongoing development of “S.P.E.A.R.E.D., the Single- Person Emergency Atmospheric ReEntry Device,” by Tom Ligon, Stephanie Osborn, and Arlan Andrews. We’ll also have lots more fiction, like “Humans First,” a story of human/AI conflict by Kyle Kirkland; “Saboteur,” a tale of payback by Ken Liu; “Mammals,” in which the Singularity finds a fly in its ointment, from David D. Levine; “Dino-Mate,” Rosemary Claire Smith’s sequel to her 2013 “Not With a Bang”; one woman’s quest to save her neighborhood from rising water lines in Craig DeLancey’s “Racing the Tide”; and a look at the implications of tabloid conspiracy theories in Paul Carlson’s Probability Zero, “All Too Human,” as well as pieces by newcomers, like Miki Dare’s “Twist of Coil,” and “Citizen of the Galaxy,” by Evan Dicken, and of course, all our regular, top-notch columns.

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