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CONTENT

Novella
"Fall" by Arlan Andrews, Sr.
"Purytans" by Brad R. Torgersen

Novelettes
"No Strangers Anymore" by Ian Creasey
"The Metal Demimonde" by Nick Wolven
"Corey for Coriolis" by John Shirley

Short Stories
"Pleistocene Brains" by Christina De La Rocha
"A Violent Wind" by Andrew Barton
"Story Night at the Stronghold" by Larry Niven & Jerry Pournelle
"Mandalas on the 405" by Eli
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Published June 4th 2016 by Dell Magazines

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G33z3r
"The Metal Demimonde" by Nick Wolven –
Wolven has put together a pretty interesting story, though it takes a while to take form. In the future, automation has replaced most human jobs. One exception is an old-fashioned traveling carnival, where human barkers still bring kids into the haunted house and other rides. One of the customers is a bit of a Luddite. ****

"A Violent Wind" by Andrew Barton —
A malfunction during aerobraking causes headaches for starship captain and the sentient starship she c
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Timo
Jan 06, 2019 rated it liked it
A few pretty nice stories – and a few pretty average ones.

No Strangers Any More • novelette by Ian Creasey
Aliens have arrived. They want to purchase the moon. Why? They are not telling and there is a lot of mistrust towards them. The princess of Great Britain befriends one of the aliens (a referendum of continuation of the Monarchy is closing and voting will be tight). They go together to art shows and so on and tabloids are having fun at their relationship. What is the agenda of the aliens? So
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Lee Pfahler
I read the two novellas, The Purytans by Brad Torgersen which I give three stars. And Fall by Arlan Andrews which I give three stars also.
John Loyd
Jun 12, 2016 rated it really liked it
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10 • No Strangers Any More • 14 pages by Ian Creasey
Very Good+. The public opinion of the aliens is pretty negative. Princess Rose decides to she needs to do something about it and starts organizing public appearances.

34 • The Metal Demimonde • 24 pages by Nick Wolven
Good. Tipper is very good with machines, and has gotten a job as sort of an apprentice for one of the rides at an amusement park. Luke is part of an anti-machine group. They don't like the way machines have taken over all the jobs
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Benn Allen
Jun 14, 2016 rated it liked it
A fairly decent issue. Story highlights include "Strangers No More" by Ian Creasey, "The Metal Demimonde" by Nick Wolven (I'd love to see a sequel to this tale of an AI future), "A Violent Wind", Andrew Barton, "Mandalas On the 405", Elisabeth R. Adams, (an amusing AI tale), "The Battle of Ceres", Karl Bunker and "Fallacious" by Sean Vivier (another humorous story). I particularly enjoyed Brad R. Torgeson's "Purytans" (a story dealing with gender issues, among other things), "Death of a Starship ...more
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