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CONTENTS Novelettes "Gerda & the Wizard" by Rob Chilson "Buddha Nostril Bird" by John Kessel "Simulation Six" by Steven Gould "The Flowering Inferno" by Janet Kagan Short Stories "Midnight News" by Lisa Goldstein "The Queen of Marincite" by Maureen F. McHugh "Missolonghi 1824" by John Crowley "Captain Coyote's Last Hunt" by Bradley Denton Poetry "The Dragon in the Garden" by Sandra Li CONTENTS Novelettes "Gerda & the Wizard" by Rob Chilson "Buddha Nostril Bird" by John Kessel "Simulation Six" by Steven Gould "The Flowering Inferno" by Janet Kagan Short Stories "Midnight News" by Lisa Goldstein "The Queen of Marincite" by Maureen F. McHugh "Missolonghi 1824" by John Crowley "Captain Coyote's Last Hunt" by Bradley Denton Poetry "The Dragon in the Garden" by Sandra Lindow "The Diamond in the Sky" by Ruth Berman "Splatter Us, Clatter Us" by David Sandner "Jekyll Reflects" by Jessica Amanda Salmonson Departments "Editorial: Ideas" by Isaac Asimov "Letters" "Neat Stuff" by Matthew J. Costello "Viewpoint: I Remember Clarion" by Damon Knight "On Books" by Baird Searles "SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, March 1990, Vol. 14, No. 3 (Whole No. 154) Gardner R. Dozois, editor Cover art by Thomas Canty


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CONTENTS Novelettes "Gerda & the Wizard" by Rob Chilson "Buddha Nostril Bird" by John Kessel "Simulation Six" by Steven Gould "The Flowering Inferno" by Janet Kagan Short Stories "Midnight News" by Lisa Goldstein "The Queen of Marincite" by Maureen F. McHugh "Missolonghi 1824" by John Crowley "Captain Coyote's Last Hunt" by Bradley Denton Poetry "The Dragon in the Garden" by Sandra Li CONTENTS Novelettes "Gerda & the Wizard" by Rob Chilson "Buddha Nostril Bird" by John Kessel "Simulation Six" by Steven Gould "The Flowering Inferno" by Janet Kagan Short Stories "Midnight News" by Lisa Goldstein "The Queen of Marincite" by Maureen F. McHugh "Missolonghi 1824" by John Crowley "Captain Coyote's Last Hunt" by Bradley Denton Poetry "The Dragon in the Garden" by Sandra Lindow "The Diamond in the Sky" by Ruth Berman "Splatter Us, Clatter Us" by David Sandner "Jekyll Reflects" by Jessica Amanda Salmonson Departments "Editorial: Ideas" by Isaac Asimov "Letters" "Neat Stuff" by Matthew J. Costello "Viewpoint: I Remember Clarion" by Damon Knight "On Books" by Baird Searles "SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, March 1990, Vol. 14, No. 3 (Whole No. 154) Gardner R. Dozois, editor Cover art by Thomas Canty

12 review for Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, March 1990

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Phyland

    Gerda and her peasant husband are dragooned into helping to kill the wizard Aelfgar but has her mind changed by some courteous brazen servitors in Robert Chilson’s “Gerda And The Wizard”, and 84 year-old Helena Johnson has been chosen by the aliens to decide Earth’s fate in Lisa Goldstein’s “Midnight News”. Maureen McHugh takes us into her gritty, drug-fuelled future where Ayida thinks she is working for Macandal but it’s a dog-eat-dog world in “The Queen Of Marancite”, while Steven Gould gives Gerda and her peasant husband are dragooned into helping to kill the wizard Aelfgar but has her mind changed by some courteous brazen servitors in Robert Chilson’s “Gerda And The Wizard”, and 84 year-old Helena Johnson has been chosen by the aliens to decide Earth’s fate in Lisa Goldstein’s “Midnight News”. Maureen McHugh takes us into her gritty, drug-fuelled future where Ayida thinks she is working for Macandal but it’s a dog-eat-dog world in “The Queen Of Marancite”, while Steven Gould gives us a locked room murder nystery where Spinoza must deep dive into a dead man’s simulations with the mysterious Sharon in “Simulation Six”. On the planet Mirabile the settlers from Earth have brought with them genetic material with multiple organisms grafted into single DNA so that under different ecological conditions they may breed different species or even chimeras. When the settlement starts getting threatened by multiple fires they suspect arson - and in a very strange way they are right! Janet Kagan in “The Flowering Inferno” takes some existing evolutionary tricks to the next level.

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    OTIS

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    jennet wheatstonelllsl

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    Time Enough At Last

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    Donna Lombardo

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    Amber Enslinger

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    Christopher

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    Marica Davis

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