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Free Apex-magazine for December is out, featuring:


SHORT FICTION: A Night at the Empire
by Joy Marchand

“Mr. Sergei,” said Jean Tom. “Poor Mr. Sergei. Victim of the Digital Age.”

SHORT FICTION: Organ Nell
by Jennifer Pelland

I’m generally wary of medical professionals declaring things to be miracles. That’s the church’s job. But in the case of Nell Gabrielli, I find it hard to argue. And like most miracles, it comes at a high cost for the grantor.

SHORT FICTION: The Barrow-Maid
by Christine Morgan

The death-cry of Sveinthor Otkelsson ripped through the din of battle as harsh and sudden as the blade that had ripped through his mail-coat.

SHORT FICTION: Harris On the Pig: Practical Hints For the Farmer

CONFESSIONS OF A BOOK JUNKIE #12: Rumours of the death have been somewhat premature (or, on the difference between print and digital storage)
by Lavie Tidhar

The problem is universal. It is compounded by the fact that many file types are proprietary, which means one has limited access to the format specifications or the ability to legally use or exploit that format. The fear of this kind of situation – of file types becoming obsolete, of data existing but being essentially incomprehensible – is such that the possible evolution of the problem has been termed a Digital Dark Age.

INTERVIEW: Michael A. Burstein
by Deb Taber

Michael A. Burstein (www.mabfan.com) won the 1997 Campbell Award. His short fiction, mostly in Analog, has been nominated for ten Hugos and three Nebulas. He and wife, Nomi, live in Brookline, Massachusetts, where he is a Library Trustee and Town Meeting Member. He has two physics degrees and attended Clarion in1994. I Remember the Future, his collection of award-nominated short stories, was released by Apex Publications in November 2008.

POPPED CULTURE: Doomsgiving
by Justin Stewart

Doomsday has a sad Thanksgiving.

Definitely worth a read.
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