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Clarkesworld 127 – April 2017
Edited by Neil Clarke
Cover Artist: Giraffe Mech  by Eddie Mendoza
Review by Sam Tomaino
Clarkesworld eMagazine  ISBN/ITEM#: 1937-7843
Date: 24 April 2017

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Clarkesworld #127 is here with stories by Robert Brice, Bogi Takács, Vajra Chandrasekera, Juliette Wade, and Fei Dao, along with many other features.

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Clarkesworld 127 – April 2017

Table of Contents:
Fiction:
Conglomerate by Robert Brice
Some Remarks on the Reproductive Strategy of the Common Octopus by Bogi Takács
Left of Bang: Preemptive Self-Actualization for Autonomous Systems by Vajra Chandrasekera
Sunwake, in the Lands of Teeth by Juliette Wade
The Robot Who Liked to Tell Tall Tales by Fei Dao (translated by Ken Liu)
Thing and Sick by Adam Roberts (Reprint)
Ancient Engines by Michael Swanwick (Reprint)
Non-fiction:
Narrative Perception: A Study in Interspecies Stimuli by Calden Wloka
Enlightenment Voices and Norse A Capella: A Conversation with Ada Palmer by Chris Urie
Another Word: Being James Tiptree Jr by Kelly Robson
Editor's Desk: It's Real by Neil Clarke
Podcasts:
Conglomerate by Robert Brice, read by Kate Baker
Some Remarks on the Reproductive Strategy of the Common Octopus by Bogi Takács, read by Kate Baker
Left of Bang: Preemptive Self-Actualization for Autonomous Systems by Vajra Chandrasekera, read by Kate Baker
Sunwake, in the Lands of Teeth by Juliette Wade, read by Kate Baker
The Robot Who Liked to Tell Tall Tales by Fei Dao, read by Kate Baker
Thing and Sick by Adam Roberts, read by Kate Baker
Art:
Giraffe Mech by Eddie Mendoza

(Source: Clarkesworld)

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