Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine - November/December 2021
In this issue
Next issue, we close out the year . . . and Kepler’s Laws, Jay Werkheiser’s serial begun in this very issue. You’ve read the beginning: now find out how it ends, when tensions come to a head and the quiet conflict explodes into the open. Stands are taken, mysteries are solved, and not everybody makes it out alive. Don’t miss the exciting conclusion!
Then Christina De la Rocha continues her informal series of fact articles on global warming, with “Will Nuclear Power Save Us From Global Warming?” The answer is, like many things, not entirely straightforward, but that’s what makes it interesting.
And of course we’ll have a myriad of shorter stories, including the return of a long-absent fan-favorite author, with “Malady,” by Shane Tourtellotte, as well as pieces from Dan Reade, Brenda Kalt, Barry Malzberg & Bill Pronzini, Robert Reed, Bill Frank, and more.
Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine Description:
Publisher: Penny Publications, LLC
Analog Science Fiction and Fact is a renowned magazine that combines captivating science fiction stories with scientific exploration. Established in 1930, it has become a premier publication for enthusiasts of imaginative storytelling and cutting-edge science. Each issue features thrilling narratives, futuristic technologies, and scientifically grounded articles, offering readers an immersive experience into the realms of science and fiction.
The magazine also features scientifically grounded articles, exploring the latest advancements in fields such as astrophysics, robotics, and artificial intelligence. Having consistently attracted some of the genre's most celebrated authors, Analog Science Fiction and Fact has been a launchpad for renowned writers such as Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, and Arthur C. Clarke.
Don't miss the opportunity to explore the captivating world of Analog Science Fiction and Fact, where every issue transports you to extraordinary realms of possibility and challenges you to contemplate the wonders of the universe.
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