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Asimov’s rings in the new year with two exciting long stories in our January 2015 issue. Rudy Rucker & Marc Laidlaw’s surfer dudes, Zep and Del, resolve the gnarly problems of the quantum aether and nonlinear ripples in their madcap tale of vengeance, transcendent waves, and the “Watergirl.” You won’t want to miss this wild ride by a master mathematician and a master game designer. “The Long Wait” for a resolution to Allen M. Steele’s exciting new series draws closer to its end with his brand new novella about the dreamers who launch humanity’s first starship. Esteemed, but new to Asimov’s, author Christopher Rowe demonstrates the unexpected danger of “The Unveiling”; Jay O’Connell reveals what can go wrong when you accept “Candy from Strangers”; Sarah Pinsker takes on some tough customers in “Songs in the Key of You”; Caroline M. Yoachim shows us why being “Ninety-Five Percent Safe” shouldn’t make us complacent; and Peter Wood finds some unusual “Butterflies.” In his January Reflections column, Robert Silverberg is looking for “The Richard Hakluyt of Space” to stir up the next generation of explorers; Paul DiFilippo’s On Books revels in the art of Hannes Bok and celebrates the careers of Poul Anderson and Lucius Shepard; James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net considers space and private enterprise and the “Billions and Billions” that that will entail; plus we’ll have poems and our comprehensive 2014 Index; and Don’t Forget to Vote in our 29th Annual Readers’ Award Poll!

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