Analog Science Fiction and Fact (January-February 2014)

CONTENTS:
4 • Checklists • [Editorial (Analog)] • essay via Trevor Quachri
• eight • song to Me • [Floyd and Brittney] • novella through Richard A. Lovett
• forty • lighting fixtures Up the mind: using Electromagnetic Radiation to Stimulate Neurons • [Science truth (Analog)] • essay through Kyle Kirkland
• forty nine • not anything to worry • poem via Kate Gladstone
• forty nine •  Nothing to worry • inside art by way of uncredited
• 50 • Mousunderstanding • shortstory via Carl Frederick
• 50 •  Mousunderstanding • inside paintings via Joshua Meehan
• sixty one • Wine, girls, and Stars • shortstory by way of Thoraiya Dyer
• 70 • this is often As I desire to Be Restored • shortstory by means of Christie Yant
• seventy three • In instances to come back (Analog, January-February 2014) • [In occasions to return (Analog)] • essay through uncredited
• seventy four • Product recollects • poem through Mary A. Turzillo
• seventy five •  Product remembers • inside paintings by means of uncredited
• seventy six • The Tansy Tree • novelette via Rob Chilson
• seventy six •  The Tansy Tree • inside paintings through Zelda Devon
• ninety one • the matter with Reproducible insects • shortstory via Marie DesJardin
• ninety six • similar to Grandma Used to Make • shortstory through Brenta Blevins
• ninety eight • Racing Prejudice • shortstory by way of John Frye, III
• a hundred • On Investigating Heretical Gizmos • [The trade View] • essay by means of Jeffery D. Kooistra
• 103 • Technological Plateau • shortstory through Michael Turton
• one hundred ten • This Quiet airborne dirt and dust • shortstory through Karl Bunker
• one hundred ten •  This Quiet airborne dirt and dust • inside paintings by way of Kurt Huggins
• a hundred and twenty • made up our minds Spirits • novelette by way of gray Rollins
• 132 • Lockstep (Part 2 of four) • serial by means of Karl Schroeder
• 132 •  Lockstep • inside paintings by way of Mark Evans
• one hundred eighty • The Reference Library (Analog, January-February 2014) • [The Reference Library] • essay through Don Sakers
• 181 •   overview: Mars, Inc.: The Billionaire's membership via Ben Bova • evaluate through Don Sakers
• 182 •   evaluation: Ghost Spin via Chris Moriarty • overview through Don Sakers
• 182 •   overview: at the Razor's side by means of Michael Flynn • evaluate by means of Don Sakers
• 183 •   assessment: Transcendental by means of James Gunn • evaluation by way of Don Sakers
• 183 •   assessment: John Carter and the Gods of Hollywood by way of Michael D. • evaluate through Don Sakers
• 184 • Brass Tacks (Analog, January-February 2014) • [Brass Tacks] • essay by means of numerous
• 184 •  Letter: the writer Responds ... (Analog, January-February 2014) • essay via Haris A. Durrani
• 186 •  Letter (Analog, January-February 2014) • essay by way of Rick Norwood
• 187 • 2013 Index (Analog, January-February 2014) • essay via uncredited
• a hundred ninety • It's Anlab Time back (Analog, January-February 2014) • essay by means of uncredited
• 192 • Upcoming occasions (Analog, January-February 2014) • [Upcoming occasions] • essay by way of Anthony R. Lewis [as through Anthony Lewis ]

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I could only lie sprawled on the little table, my feet brushing the floor as my legs dangled over the side. I heard a dull rip, the rending of fabric, and Nathan pressed something into my hand. Half of his T-shirt, I noted with a giggle. ” he asked, out of breath. I smiled, sitting up and winding the shirt around my bleeding palm. “Nothing. ” “I’m glad you feel good,” he said, eyeing me warily. ” I giggled again. I couldn’t help it. ” He bent his arm with a grimace. “No, but it hurt like hell. ” I reached for my jeans and pulled them on.

You’re a pain in the ass, is what you are,” Nathan said, his voice full of relief and love and happiness despite the fact that so much still lay ahead of us. ” I heard Ziggy’s rustling movements, then a small noise of approval. ” Nathan asked. Ziggy yawned. “You two. ” “Ah, well, I knew that, too,” Nathan said offhandedly. ” “I’m glad somebody let me in on it,” I said sleepily, my eyes drifting closed. ” he asked, suddenly alarmed and eager all at once. “Nathan’s my sire,” I responded on a yawn.

He’s alive,” Nathan said, his brow furrowing. ” The friendly vibe fled the scene, replaced by something electric and cold. Something ready to escalate, like the feeling of doom right before you grab the doorknob that gives you a wicked electric shock. ” Max shrugged, then half smiled, but I could tell from the nervous glint in his eyes that he knew he’d said the disastrously wrong thing. Nathan grabbed him by the front of the shirt and pushed him against the wall. Some plaster fell from the ceiling, and the wall creaked ominously.

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