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A special holiday issue sporting stories about the winter season has been a semi-annual tradition at Asimov’s, and we’re delighted that this year the holiday spirit returns to the magazine with a brand new novelette by Connie Willis. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll read this story on the edge of your seat as New York Theater comes alive and an aging Broadway star contends with a very unusual protogeé in “All About Emily.” New author Suzanne Palmer makers her Asimov’s entrance with a wild tale about a team of xenobiologists whose accademic voyage of exploration goes all-together differently from what (most) of them expected; new author Ken Liu offers us a heart-breaking mystery about a young boy making sense of the world in “The Countable”; Pamela Sagent looks at a group of children growing up in the fifties and reveals the truth behind “Strawberry Birdies”; in his devestating new story, Ferrett Steinmetz shows us why it’s a good idea to move quickly when “ ‘Run,’ Bakri Says”; with his usual sardonic humor, Tim McDaniel demonstrates why a certain element would go to any length to get a hold of “The List”; and in a poignant visit to the future Steve Rasnic Tem discovers that there’s more than one type of “Ephemera.” Robert Silverberg’s “Reflections” investigates “The Strange Case of the Patagonian Giants” and we’ll have Peter Heck’s “On Books” column, plus an array of poetry and other features you’re sure to enjoy.

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