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CONTENT:

Novella
"Gypsy" by Carter Scholz

Novelets
"Hob's Choice" by Tim Sullivan
"Tomorrow Is a Lovely Day" by Lisa Mason

Short Stories
"The Winter Wraith" by Jeffrey Ford
"The Thirteen Mercies" by Maria Dahvana Headley
"Her Echo" by K. J. Kabza
"The Fabulous Follicle" by Harvey Jacobs
"DreamPet" by Bruce McAllister
"CleanOut" By Naomi Kritzer
"It's All Relative at the Space-Time Café
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John Loyd
Nov 18, 2015 rated it really liked it
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7 • The Winter Wraith • 10 pages by Jeffrey Ford
Good/fair. Spooky story. A guy living in the boonies is hearing noises, needs to get rid of his dried out Christmas tree. It starts to snow with the wind howling. More noises and a possible intruder.

17 • Hob's Choice • 32 pages by Tim Sullivan
Good. Hob travels to Cet four to deliver a message. There is a war going on between the resistance and the Tachtrans Authority. Probably better if I had read the previous two stories.

49 • The Thirteen Mercie
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Samuel Lubell
Dec 04, 2015 rated it it was ok
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We had four people who had read part of the issue discussing it. People agreed that this was a disappointing and surprisingly depressing issue. The Winter Wraith was very well written but didn't have much happening (it was more an atmosphere piece) and the only fantastical element came at the very end. Hobs Choice about a rebellion on an alien planet was much longer than it needed to be, confusing, and could have been simplified (it didn't need two people from Earth carrying a message). It also ...more
Emmett Hoops
Dec 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
C.C. Finlay is making quite a mark for himself as editor of F&SF. I was sad to see Gordon van Gelder go (though he is still publisher) but at least van Gelder didn't stay too long, like some -- including me -- think Edward L. Ferman did.

I always go for the novellas first. This has one called Gypsy. I can pretty much guarantee that this is one science fiction story you will never, ever forget. That one alone is worth the price of the magazine.
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David
Jan 04, 2016 rated it really liked it
Gypsy is the best story in the book and is probably worth five stars on it's own. But as is often the case with this magazine, there were a few gems fighting for the top spot. My other favorites were The Thirteen Mercies, Her Echo, The Winter Wraith, and The Fabulous Follicle. ...more
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Michael Frasca
Nov 03, 2015 rated it really liked it
Possible Hugo nominees:
- Novella
"Gypsy" by Carter Scholz
- Short Story
"The Thirteen Mercies" by Maria Dahvana Headley
"CleanOut" By Naomi Kritzer
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Katie Tillwick
Nov 23, 2015 rated it it was ok
Overall, did not care for this issue.
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Nov 03, 2015 rated it liked it
Some very fascinating pieces in here.
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Editor: The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (fandsf.com).

Author: The Prodigal Troll, the Traitor to the Crown Series, and Wild Things, and dozens of short stories.

Awards: nominated for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer (2003), the Hugo Award (2003, 2009), the Locus Award for Best Magazine (2016), the Nebula Award (2003, 2009), the Sidewise Award (2003) Sturgeon Award (2009).

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