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Galaxy's Edge: Issue 28, September 2017
Edited by Mike Resnick
Review by Sam Tomaino
Phoenix Pick Magazine (print/digital)  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781612423807
Date: 25 August 2017 List Price $6.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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The September 2017 issue of Galaxy's Edge (#27) has stories by Robert Jeschonek, Rachelle Harp, Kevin J. Anderson, Larry Hodges, Sean Patrick Hazlett, John DeChancie, Zach Shephard, Stewart C. Baker, Barry Malzberg, Nick DeChario, T.R. Napper, and James Wesley Rogers, an interview of Nancy Kress, and other features.

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Galaxy's Edge: Issue 28, September 2017

Table of Contents
The Editor's Word by Mike Resnick
The Breakout Story of Galaxy's Edge Issue Ten Million by Robert Jeschonek
As Sunlight Grabs Me by Rachelle Harp
Cold Dead Turkey--A Dan Shamble, Zombie PI Adventure by Kevin J. Anderson (reprint)
Theater of Death by Larry Hodges
The Sultan's Cellar by Sean Patrick Hazlett
The Seepage Factor by John DeChancie (reprint)
Tessa and the Troll by Zach Shephard
Cut-Rate Couples Weekend at the Witch House Inne and Tavern (9 Reviews) by Stewart C. Baker
A Delightful Comedic Premise by Barry Malzberg
The Sweater by Nick DeChario
The Great Buddhist Monk Beatdown by T.R. Napper
Ergomonochron by James Wesley Rogers
Interview: Nancy Kress by Joy Ward
Serialization: Daughter of Elysium (Part 2) by Joan Slonczewski
Decoherence by Robert J. Sawyer (column)
A Scientist's Notebook by Gregory Benford (column)
Recommended Books by Bill Fawcett & Jody Lynn Nye

(Source: Phoenix Pick)

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