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Stories:

- "Rutger and Baby Do Jotenheim", by Esther M. Friesner
- "A Borrowed Heart", by Deborah J. Ross
- "Anise", by Chris DeVito
- "Where Have All the Young Men Gone?", by Albert E. Cowdrey
- "What We Found", by Geoff Ryman
- "The Man Inside Black Betty", by Sarah Langan
- "Bright Moment", by Daniel Marcus
- "The Corpse Painter's Masterpiece", by M. Rickert
- "Aisle 1047", by J
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Paperback, 258 pages
Published September 2011 by Spilogale, Inc
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AJ
Great edition. Lots of good writing and good characters. Flew through this one.

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The Man Inside Black Betty Black holes are not play things. And it always seems like the birds are always the first to go.
What We Found This fits more into general fiction than fantasy to me. Well written and good storytelling.
Where Have All the Young Men Gone? Never had an urge to see a military museum before. Now I really don't.
Overtaken Approve. Just approve. (view spoiler)
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Daniel
A superior issue, that I may have enjoyed more than others because of the variety and ideal length of stories - the issue wasn't taken up with one main story to overshadow any others. It also featured a rare high frequency of 'mature audience' stories, that do crop up occasionally, but never that I've seen like here. These types of stories tend to be deeper as opposed to simple 'entertaining yarn' type stories where sex & violence additions then just appear gratuitous. Anyway, individual tho ...more
Sarah
I really liked the Black Betty story and the Corpse Painter's Masterpiece.
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