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March 2016’s lead novelette by Ted Kosmatka will chill you to the bone. Caitlin’s difficult life has prepared her for tense confrontations, but that doesn’t mean she’ll survive an encounter with a terrifying cabal. There are no easy answers or solutions in a tale that will have you looking over your shoulder long after you’ve faced “The Bewilderness of Lions.” Dale Bailey’s “I Married a Monster from Outer Space” enthralls us with the story of a young couple who share their modest home with an unusual houseguest; “Do Not Forget Me,” the eerie new tale by Ray Nayler, gives up its unsettling secrets like a matryoshka nesting doll; new author Sunil Patel’s hapless mad scientist has secrets of his own to reveal in “A Partial List of Lists I Have Lost Over Time”; on a voyage that may alter time and space, new author Julie Nováková introduces us to “The Ship Whisper”; explorers find grave danger on SFWA Grand Master James Gunn’s “New Earth”; alas, R. Neube’s humans and aliens both engage in “A Little Bigotry”; and a popular teenage girl is the subject of an odd experiment in Dominica Phetteplace’s “Project Empathy.” In his March Reflections Robert Silverberg looks back at his literary antecedents to explain what it means to be “Writing Under the Influence”; James Patrick Kelly tells us “Seriously, Series” in On the Net; Paul Di Filippo discourses wisely on Tom Holt and K.J. Parker, Carolyn Ives Gilman, Fran Wilde, and Samuel R. Delany in On Books; plus we’ll have an array of poetry and other features you’re sure to enjoy.

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