Asimov's Science Fiction - March/April 2018
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The March/April 2018 issue features Bill Johnson’s blockbuster novella, “Bury Me in the Rainbow.” This exciting tale is a stand-alone sequel to Bill’s 1998 Hugo-Award-winner “We Will Drink a Fish Together.” Don’t miss this taut standoff between tough Dakota locals and unpredictable aliens. In addition to Bill’s giant story, we’ve managed to include “Dix,” a thrilling new novella by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and we’ve filled the issue to bursting with other tales. Rachel Swirsky & Trace Yulie make their Asimov’s debut with “Seven Months Out and Two to Go”; Robert Reed serenades us with “Love Songs for the Very Awful”; Sean Monaghan investigates “The Billows of Sarto”; James Gunn’s Transcendence series reaches a climax with “The Waiting Room: The Pedia’s Story” and “Attack on Terminal: The Pilgrims’ Story”; “Because Reasons,” new-to-Asimov’s author Alexandra Renwick sort of explains; Rich Larson attempts to give us some advice “In Event of Moon Disaster”; Ray Nayler offers us “A Threnody for Hazan; Rudy Rucker takes a humorous look at “Emojis”; Mary Robinette Kowal reveals the advantages of “Artisanal Trucking, LLC”; and we embark on a dangerous voyage in James Van Pelt’s “Queen of the River: the Harbor Hope.” Robert Silverberg’s Reflections spends some time “Rereading Fletcher Pratt”; James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net asks “Is the Internet Broken?”; Peter Heck’s On Books reviews works by John Kessel, Stephen Baxter, Charles Stross, Elizabeth Moon, Alan Smale, and others; plus we’ll have an array of poetry and other features you’re sure to enjoy. Look for our super-stuffed March/ April issue on sale at newsstands on February 20, 2018.
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