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Our May/June 2022 issue is a well-stocked barrel of novelettes and short stories. It begins with Evan Marcroft’s harrowing tale of a journey across “Coyoteland.” The issue ends with a new Robert Reed Greatship story, “The Necklace of Memory,” which explores time and retribution. Twelve other excellent tales are stuffed between these two thrilling stories.

Kristine Kathryn Rusch spins a delightful tall tale about “Rocket Girls”; Alice Towey investigates “The Lights That No One Else Can See”; R. Garcia y Robertson captivates with the tale of “Silverado”; stop by James Van Pelt’s “Waylost Café,” and unravel the mystery of “The Abacus and the Infinite Vessel” in Vikram Ramakrishnan’s first story for us. Also new to Asimov’s authors Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki reveals why “Destiny Delayed” might not be a good idea; Ursula Whitcher introduces us to “The New Tutor”; and Andrea Kriz travels through time with “The Leviathan and the Fury.” Sheila Finch decifers messages from “The Wine-Dark Deep”; Bruce McAllister lands the “First Fish”; Zack Be wraps us in “Meryl’s Cocoon”; and Rich Larson brings us to “30”!

Robert Silverberg Reflects on “The Neanderthal Catherdral”; James Patrick Kelly’s On the Net bids “Welcome to Screentime”; Kelly Jennings’s On Books reviews works by Octavia Butler, Rivers Solomon, Katherine Addison, James Patrick Kelly, and others; plus we’ll have an array of poetry and additional features you’re sure to enjoy.

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Asimov's Science Fiction is a literary gem that pays homage to the visionary author Isaac Asimov while highlighting the finest works of modern science fiction. Since its establishment in 1977, Asimov's Science Fiction has remained a trusted source for enthusiasts of the genre, consistently delivering captivating stories and pushing the boundaries of imagination.

Named after the iconic Isaac Asimov, the magazine showcases a diverse range of thought-provoking narratives and inventive concepts. Each issue features gripping tales from acclaimed authors, offering readers a thrilling journey through the realms of science, technology, and speculative fiction. With its commitment to excellence and a legacy that spans decades, Asimov's Science Fiction continues to captivate readers with its unique blend of visionary storytelling and unparalleled imagination.

Discover the captivating world of Asimov's Science Fiction, where every issue unveils extraordinary visions of the future and invites you to embark on awe-inspiring adventures beyond the boundaries of reality.

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