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CONTENTS Novelettes "The Lunatics" by Kim Stanley Robinson "Distances" by Kathe Koja "Lizaveta" by Gregory Frost "The Function of Dream Sleep" by Harlan Ellison Short Stories "Christmas Without Rodney" by Isaac Asimov "Wild Child" by Judith Moffett "One Morning With Samuel, Dorothy, and William" by Avram Davidson "Live from the Mars Hotel" by Allen Steele "Here Comes Bunky" by Ron Go CONTENTS Novelettes "The Lunatics" by Kim Stanley Robinson "Distances" by Kathe Koja "Lizaveta" by Gregory Frost "The Function of Dream Sleep" by Harlan Ellison Short Stories "Christmas Without Rodney" by Isaac Asimov "Wild Child" by Judith Moffett "One Morning With Samuel, Dorothy, and William" by Avram Davidson "Live from the Mars Hotel" by Allen Steele "Here Comes Bunky" by Ron Goulart "Joan's World" by Ian Watson Poetry "At a Worksite in the Ruins of Ganymede" by Robert Frazier Departments "Editorial: Feminism" by Isaac Asimov "Letters" "Gaming" by Matthew J. Costello "On Books: The Graphic Novel" by Norman Spinrad "SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Mid-December 1988, Vol. 12, No. 13 (Whole No. 138) Gardner R. Dozois, editor Cover art by Gary Freeman


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CONTENTS Novelettes "The Lunatics" by Kim Stanley Robinson "Distances" by Kathe Koja "Lizaveta" by Gregory Frost "The Function of Dream Sleep" by Harlan Ellison Short Stories "Christmas Without Rodney" by Isaac Asimov "Wild Child" by Judith Moffett "One Morning With Samuel, Dorothy, and William" by Avram Davidson "Live from the Mars Hotel" by Allen Steele "Here Comes Bunky" by Ron Go CONTENTS Novelettes "The Lunatics" by Kim Stanley Robinson "Distances" by Kathe Koja "Lizaveta" by Gregory Frost "The Function of Dream Sleep" by Harlan Ellison Short Stories "Christmas Without Rodney" by Isaac Asimov "Wild Child" by Judith Moffett "One Morning With Samuel, Dorothy, and William" by Avram Davidson "Live from the Mars Hotel" by Allen Steele "Here Comes Bunky" by Ron Goulart "Joan's World" by Ian Watson Poetry "At a Worksite in the Ruins of Ganymede" by Robert Frazier Departments "Editorial: Feminism" by Isaac Asimov "Letters" "Gaming" by Matthew J. Costello "On Books: The Graphic Novel" by Norman Spinrad "SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Mid-December 1988, Vol. 12, No. 13 (Whole No. 138) Gardner R. Dozois, editor Cover art by Gary Freeman

12 review for Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Mid-December 1988 (Asimov's Science Fiction, #138)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Phyland

    In a wartorn part of Moscow a teacher-turned-prostitute, “Lizaveta”, clings to a soldier for protection from the night. In her terror she starts to tell him of how she became what she is, and of the wizened student Akaky and of a terrible secret in a small village in the Urals. Chilling stuff from Gregory Frost. Allen M. Steele has his first published story - a tale of a cover band “Live From The Mars Hotel” - who gain a modicum of fame, while Ron Goulart gives us the rollicking story of an agei In a wartorn part of Moscow a teacher-turned-prostitute, “Lizaveta”, clings to a soldier for protection from the night. In her terror she starts to tell him of how she became what she is, and of the wizened student Akaky and of a terrible secret in a small village in the Urals. Chilling stuff from Gregory Frost. Allen M. Steele has his first published story - a tale of a cover band “Live From The Mars Hotel” - who gain a modicum of fame, while Ron Goulart gives us the rollicking story of an ageing child star who wants to get on the nostalgia bandwagon but there is one seemingly insurmountable problem - his old co-star is dead. Needless to say this doesn’t stop him in “Here Comes Bunky”. Harlan Ellison closes the issue with “The Function Of Dream Sleep” in which Lonny, struggling to cope with the loss of a number of people close to him, finds that he is capable of absorbing emotion to an unhealthy degree.

  2. 5 out of 5

    OTIS

  3. 5 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl

  4. 5 out of 5

    Steven

  5. 4 out of 5

    Donna Lombardo

  6. 4 out of 5

    SHUiZMZ

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    Tina

  8. 5 out of 5

    Michael Joseph Schumann

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    Tawnya Fugate

  10. 4 out of 5

    Edwardky

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nathan Brooks

  12. 4 out of 5

    Marica Davis

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