• four • Meditation on a Bar Stool • [Editorial (Analog)] • essay by means of Stanley Schmidt
• eight • A Fierce, Calming Presence • novelette via Jordan Jeffers
• eight • A Fierce, Calming Presence • inside paintings through Joel Iskowitz
• 23 • The Passionate Astrophysicist to His Love • poem by means of Robert Lundy
• 23 • The Passionate Astrophysicist to His Love • inside art through uncredited
• 24 • Alien Dimensions: The Universe round the corner • [Science truth (Analog)] • essay by way of Edward M. Lerner
• 31 • Remembering: Frederik Pohl, 1919-2013 • essay by means of uncredited
• 32 • toxins • shortstory via Don Webb
• 38 • The Oracle of Boca Raton • shortstory by way of Eric Baylis
• forty-one • Bud Webster and the earlier Masters • [The exchange View] • essay via Jeffery D. Kooistra
• forty-one • evaluation: earlier Masters and different Bookish Natterings through Bud Webster • overview by means of Jeffery D. Kooistra
• forty four • In dialog: Bud Webster • interview of Bud Webster • interview by way of Cat Rambo
• forty five • Wind Reaper • shortstory via Jon Hakes
• forty eight • In instances to come back (Analog, April 2014) • [In occasions to come back (Analog)] • essay via uncredited
• forty nine • First touch: mothers Rule • [Probability 0] • shortstory through Diane Turnshek
• 50 • It's no longer "The woman or the Tiger?", It's "Which Tiger?" • shortstory by means of Ian Randal Strock
• fifty three • The View from Cruithne • poem via Mary A. Turzillo
• fifty three • The View from Cruithne • inside paintings by means of uncredited
• fifty four • Whaliens • shortstory via Lavie Tidhar
• fifty four • Whaliens • inside paintings by way of Joshua Meehan
• sixty two • Lockstep (Part four of four) • serial by way of Karl Schroeder
• sixty two • Lockstep (Part four of four) • inside art through Mark Evans
• 104 • The Reference Library (Analog, April 2014) • [The Reference Library] • essay by way of Don Sakers
• 104 • Interview • interview of Don Sakers • interview by means of Don Sakers
• one zero five • evaluate: previous Mars through George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois • assessment through Don Sakers
• one hundred and five • evaluate: Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs by means of Mike Resnick and Robert T. Garcia • assessment by means of Don Sakers
• 106 • overview: canines of battle by means of Mike McPhail • assessment through Don Sakers
• 106 • overview: Skirmishes by means of Kristine Kathryn Rusch • evaluation through Don Sakers
• 107 • evaluate: The Plague Forge via Jason M. Hough • evaluation through Don Sakers
• 108 • Brass Tacks (Analog, April 2014) • [Brass Tacks] • essay via a number of
• 108 • Letter (Analog, April 2014) • essay by means of Michael Smith (I)
• 109 • Letter: The Editor Responds (Analog, April 2014) • essay via Trevor Quachri
• a hundred and ten • Letter (Analog, April 2014) • essay through John younger
• 112 • Upcoming occasions (Analog, April 2014) • [Upcoming occasions] • essay by means of Anthony R. Lewis [as via Anthony Lewis ]
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