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Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction - October/November 2007 by Gordon Van Gelder
Edited by Gordon Van Gelder
Cover Artist: Max Bertolini
Review by Sam Tomaino
 ISBN/ITEM#: 10958258
Date: 26 July 2007 / Show Article /

This month, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction gives us the October/November Double Issue, always something special. There are Exceptional stories from Albert E. Cowdrey and Michael Swanwick that will make my Hugo short list next year. We also have Very Good stories by Judith Moffett, Fred Chapell, Robert Silverberg, Daryl Gregory and a nice debut story by new author M. Ramsey Chapman.

From official release/information:

THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION, October/November -- 59th Year of Publication

Table of Contents:
Novellas:
The Bird Shaman's Girl -- 107 -- Judith Moffett
Novelets:
Against the Current -- 6 -- Robert Silverberg
The Diamond Shadow -- 42 -- Fred Chappell
The Recreation Room -- 86 -- Albert E. Cowdrey
Urdumheim -- 207 -- Michael Swanwick
Short Stories:
The Star to Every -- 75 -- James Stoddard
Wandering Barque
Two Weeks After -- 156 -- M. Ramsey Chapman
Fragrant Goddess -- 174 -- Paul Park
Unpossible -- 197 -- Daryl Gregory
Departments:
Books to Look For -- 26 -- Charles de Lint
Books -- 35 -- Elizabeth Hand
Coming Attractions -- 150
Plumage from Pegasus -- 151 -- Paul Di Filippo
Book Clubbed
Films: Mission Accomplished -- 192 -- Kathi Maio
At the Zombie Jamboree
Competition #74: Adapted -- 239
Curiosities -- 242 -- Don D'Amassa
Cartoons: Bill Long (25), Arthur Masear (74, 155), John Jonik (85).
COVER BY MAX BERTOLINI FOR "URDUMHEIM"

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