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Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction – September 2007 by Gordon Van Gelder
Edited by Gordon Van Gelder
Cover Artist: Bryn Barnard
Review by Sam Tomaino
 ISBN/ITEM#: 10958258
Date: 01 July 2007 / Show Article /

The September 2007 of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction is an utter delight. It features a novelet by Ted Chiang which I think is exceptional, rounded out by very different novelets by Alexander Jaboklov and John Langan. Robert Reed contributes another of his highly unique tales. Albert E. Cowdrey, Heather Lindsey and Kevin N. Haw give us three funny short stories.

From official release/information:

Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction – September 2007 – Volume 113, No. 2 (Whole Number 665). ISSN 1095-8258 – www.fsfmag.com.

Table of Contents: Novelets:

  • Wrong Number by Alexander Jablokov
  • Episode Seven: Last Stand Against the Pack in the Kingdom of the Purple Flowers By John Langan
  • The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate by Ted Chiang Short Stories:
  • Envoy Extraordinary by Albert E. Cowdrey
  • Atalanta Loses at the InterpantheonicTrivia Bee by Heather Lindsey
  • Requirements for the Mythology Merit Badge by Kevin N. Haw
  • If We Can Save Just One Child… by Robert Reed Departments:
  • Books to Look For by Charles de Lint
  • Books by James Sallis
  • Films: Once Were Movies by Lucius Shepard
  • Coming Attractions
  • Science: Visit the Metaverse And Change Your Mind by Paul Doherty & Pat Murphy
  • Curiosities by Douglas A. Anderson
  • Cartoons: S. Harris, Joseph Farris, Arthur Masear Cover by Bryn Barnard for The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate

    This issue has an on-sale date of July 30 2007

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