• four • Meditation on a Bar Stool • [Editorial (Analog)] • essay through Stanley Schmidt
• eight • A Fierce, Calming Presence • novelette by means of Jordan Jeffers
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• 23 • The Passionate Astrophysicist to His Love • poem via Robert Lundy
• 23 • The Passionate Astrophysicist to His Love • inside art by way of uncredited
• 24 • Alien Dimensions: The Universe round the corner • [Science truth (Analog)] • essay through Edward M. Lerner
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• forty-one • Bud Webster and the previous Masters • [The exchange View] • essay by way of Jeffery D. Kooistra
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• forty four • In dialog: Bud Webster • interview of Bud Webster • interview via Cat Rambo
• forty five • Wind Reaper • shortstory through Jon Hakes
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• forty nine • First touch: mothers Rule • [Probability 0] • shortstory by means of Diane Turnshek
• 50 • It's no longer "The girl or the Tiger?", It's "Which Tiger?" • shortstory by way of Ian Randal Strock
• fifty three • The View from Cruithne • poem by means of Mary A. Turzillo
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• fifty four • Whaliens • inside art via Joshua Meehan
• sixty two • Lockstep (Part four of four) • serial by means of Karl Schroeder
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• 104 • The Reference Library (Analog, April 2014) • [The Reference Library] • essay by way of Don Sakers
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• 106 • evaluation: Skirmishes by means of Kristine Kathryn Rusch • overview through Don Sakers
• 107 • assessment: The Plague Forge via Jason M. Hough • evaluation via Don Sakers
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• 108 • Letter (Analog, April 2014) • essay by means of Michael Smith (I)
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There was drunken victory in his voice. He turned to his two companions, who only stared at the front glass window, a small square cutout with a neon-scripted Bud sign that was not lit. " Suddenly he heaved over, throwing the acidy contents of his stomach onto the small stoop in front of the bar. He stood, cleaning his mouth with his sleeve, and then found that the hand within the sleeve still held a bottle with a half-inch of bourbon in it. His stomach protested loudly, but he took it down anyway, closing his eyes momentarily before focusing them again on the building before him.
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