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Analog Science Fiction and Fact – July/August 2007 by Stanley Schmidt (Ed.)
Edited by Stanley Schmidt
Cover Artist: David R. Mattingly
Review by Sam Tomaino
Dell  ISBN/ITEM#: 1059-2113
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The July/August 2007 issue of Analog is a double one and it's a great one. Hugo nominee Michael F. Flynn contributes a great story in "Quaestiones Super Caelo Et Mundo" and a fascinating article. Both of these relate to the themes in his Hugo-Nominated novel Eifelheim and should go a long way to dispel the myths about the "Dark Ages". We also get a new story in the Black Hole Project series by G. Stanford Lowe & David Nordley as well as a bunch of other great stuff. This is their best issue (so far) this year).

From official release/information:

Analog Science Fiction and Fact - July/August 2007 – Vol. CXXVII No. 7 & 8

Table of Contents:
Novellas:

  • Loki's Realm by C. Sanford Lowe & G. David Nordley
  • Bringing It All Back Home by Bud Webster
    Novelettes:
  • Quaestiones Super Caelo Et Mundo by Michael F. Flynn
  • A Time for Lawsuits by Amy Bechtel
  • The Caves of Ceres by Joe Schembrie
    Short Stories:
  • The Last of the Weathermen by Richard A. Lovett
  • Jimmy the Box by Scott Virtes
  • Political Science by C.W. Johnson
  • Do No Harm
    Science Fact:
  • De Revolutione Scientarium in 'Media Tempestas' by Michael F. Flynn
    Probability Zero:
  • The Test by Kyle Kirkland
    Reader's Departments:
  • The Editor's Page
  • Biolog: Joe Schembrie by Richard A. Lovett
  • The Alternate View by John G. Cramer
  • The Reference Library by Tom Easton
  • Analytical Laboratory Results
  • Brass Tacks
  • In Times to Come
  • Upcoming Events by Anthony Lewis

    (Source: Dell)

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