December Issue of Clarkesworld Magazine

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DECEMBER 2012 – ISSUE #75
FICTION
“Your Final Apocalypse” by Sandra McDonald
“The Wisdom of Ants” by Thoraiya Dyer
“Sweet Subtleties” by Lisa L Hannett

NONFICTION
The Corpse of the Future: Jane C. Loudon’s The Mummy! and Victorian Science Fiction by S. J. Chambers
A Thousand Words You Can Hear All at Once: An Interview with Todd Lockwood by Nayad Monroe
Another Word: The Echo Chamber by Daniel Abraham
Editor’s Desk: Getting off the Roller Coaster by Neil Clarke

PODCAST
This month’s stories will be released in audio form on the 1st, 14th and 21st. Read by Kate Baker.

COVER ART
The Lost City by David Demaret

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November Issue of Clarkesworld Magazine

The November 2012 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine is now available. You can get the issue:

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NOVEMBER 2012 – ISSUE #74
FICTION
“(To See the Other) Whole Against the Sky” by E. Catherine Tobler
“Aquatica” by Maggie Clark
“Everything Must Go” by Brooke Wonders

NONFICTION
Foundation and Reality: Asimov’s Psychohistory and Its Real-World Parallels by Mark Cole
The Art of Brutal Prose: An Interview with Mark Lawrence by Peter Hodges
Another Word: It Gets Better with SFF (but SFF has to Get Better, too) by Lev AC Rosen
Editor’s Desk: I, Cyborg by Neil Clarke

PODCAST
This month’s stories will be released in audio form on the 1st, 14th and 21st. Read by Kate Baker.

COVER ART
New World by Ken Barthelmey

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SFWA Reception in NYC

Had a great time last night at the SFWA Reception in NYC. It was my first event since the heart attack and I was very touched by the volume of people who wished me well or had other kind words. I was often left with an inability to find the right words. Thanks to all of you and SFWA for a wonderful (and very welcoming) evening!