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The excitement never lets up in Will McIntosh’s August 2015 novella. You’ll get whiplash traveling from Mars to the Earth avoiding asteroids and aliens. Death and destruction reign, but there’s hope for humanity, too. That is, as long as we can survive “A Thousand Nights Till Morning”! A marauding gang discovers the true sting of “Wild Honey” in Paul McAuley’s thrilling new tale; Nick Wolven’s inventive novelette explains exactly why there’s “No Placeholder for You, My Love”; the inventor of time travel learns the importance of “The First Step” in Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s touching short story; while Karl Bunker’s historical tale about erecting the Brooklyn Bridge reveals the obstacles that had to be overcome by the laborers in the “Caisson”; and new writer, Kelly Robson, makes her Asimov’s debut with a short story about the formidable challenges that face “The Two-Year Man.” Robert Silverberg’s Reflections cheekily demands that we “Reunite Gondwanaland!”; Peter Heck’s On Books takes a look at works by Brandon Sanderson, Catherine Asaro, early Jack Vance, and others; James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net extends a warm “Welcome to Asimov’s”; plus we’ll have an array of poetry and other features you’re sure to enjoy; Look for our August issue on sale at newsstands on July 7, 2015.

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